Rollins MBA Launches New Executive Program

November 1, 2011 - The Rollins MBA today announced a new Executive MBA program designed for students with progressive management experience who prefer to attend classes on Saturdays. The new program, which will start next April, features all of the hallmarks of the top-ranked Rollins MBA program including personalized attention from world-class faculty, international study, career development services, and the opportunity to build lifelong connections with a strong network of fellow students and alumni.

“Trends in business education, as well as in the local economy and marketplace, have led us to refine our programs for executive-level students,” said Craig McAllaster, dean of the Rollins MBA at the Crummer Graduate School of Business. “Prospective students have told us they want an MBA program that will fit their schedules and budget constraints in these challenging economic times. We are pleased to be able to offer this program at a lower tuition cost in order to make it available to more students.”

Students will be exposed to advanced business techniques and practices through a variety of courses such as business concepts, core curriculum, and hands-on classes. Upon completion of program degree requirements, students will have the opportunity to continue their studies and achieve an optional concentration in finance, marketing, international business, management, entrepreneurship, or operations and technology management.

The new Executive MBA program is designed for students with several years of progressive management experience, who come from a variety of industries and educational backgrounds. The new program’s curriculum is designed to fit all undergraduate majors. A GMAT score is not required for admission.

Tuition for the program will be $50,400 and is guaranteed not to increase for students who remain in their entrance class. Tuition includes breakfast and snacks on class days, career development services, and access to Rollins College campus amenities, including the Olin Library, Alfond Sports Center and athletic facilities. As with all Rollins MBA graduates, Executive MBA graduates will be able to continue their education by auditing faculty-approved courses as alumni for free.

The Rollins Executive MBA program has two start dates: April and August. The first EMBA class will begin on April 23, 2012.


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