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November 09, 2010


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I never knew there were so many different types of MBA. Thank you for sharing this information with us.

Great post as always;)

Awesome post! Thank you so much for sharing.

Hi Rosie,

There are quite a few AACSB-accredited schools that offer weekend executive MBA programs. Those types of programs are actually becoming quite popular, even for general MBA programs.

Weekend programs can be difficult, since schools usually keep you on campus all weekend for long days. But, it can be better than having 15 hour days--working all day and then going to class all evening.

You can search for executive MBA programs on our student website. Then, visit school websites to determine if they offer weekend versions. The schools on this list are all AACSB-accredited.

If we can assist you further, don't hesitate to contact me personally: sari@aacsb.edu.

Best of luck!

You have made a clear difference between all the types..Thank you..

Was unaware of the cohort version of MBA programs, will have to look into that. For those who work during the day there is a plethora of online MBA programs available today. Choosing such a problem looses reduces the networking possibilities you have in a normal program or as i learned just now in a cohort program. Keep up the good work!

What is leadership, and what are the qualities of a leader?

Professionals must go for Continuing Professional Education (CPE). This post of yours is a good idea for professional advancement. Gonna share this post!

Thank you for posting this on your blog. I have been searching for this. Thanks a lot!

Now I know the difference.Thanks for letting me know.I owe this to you.

I am very much grateful because through your blog I have known the different types of MBA. Honestly, I have not known their differences but now I know. Thanks so much.

Management colleges are categorising one mba program to different coz they want money from students. If one deeply analysis all above courses then he/she can realize that there is no difference between the courses. It's simply doing business.

There is two type of mba program; full time mba and other is part-time or executive mba. Working professional choose executive mba because they don't have time to study full time.

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