The first documented distance learning program took place in 1728 in Boston when Caleb Phillipps ran an ad in the Boston Gazette to teach students how to write anywhere in the country by swapping letters. Fast-forward more than a century and a half to 1892 and the University of Chicago began offering “correspondence courses.”. . .
Research we conducted last year clearly showed that many veterans are looking for the chance to earn business degrees. We also know that veterans are particularly well suited to be entrepreneurs, which is why we designed an accelerated MBA particularly for veterans with a focus on entrepreneurship . . .
Student veterans are great contributors to the classroom and tend to stand out among their classmates. Their experiences enable them to look at things from a different perspective and solve problems in unique ways. Here are a few reasons why professors enjoy having student veterans in their classrooms . . .
Maybe you majored in philosophy as an undergrad or spent a few years after college teaching kindergartners their ABCs. But now you want to get an MBA and the idea of taking a class that involves math, as many MBA courses often do, scares you . . .
Syracuse University is working with a higher education service provider to update its existing online master's in accounting program.Accounting@Syracuse will use the university's admissions standards, faculty and curriculum and 2U's online course delivery platform, recruiting and marketing services . . .