December 1, 2022
Inside Higher Ed recently published an article featuring Charlotte Wang, Learning Facilitator, discussing BU Questrom’s online MBA program.
Wang has been with Questrom’s online MBA (OMBA) program since its inception in the fall of 2020, watching the program evolve and experiencing its explosive growth firsthand. Continuous improvement is part of OMBA’s DNA. The program is constantly evolving based on student and faculty feedback, which is one of the many aspects that makes this program such an exciting venture for Wang.
The residential and online MBA programs appeal to completely different audiences. The average OMBA student has 11 or 12 years of experience, and most are looking to round out their business skills in their current industry or function rather than making a career change. At a competitive price point, this high-quality master’s degree program has an integrated curriculum that combines core and elective content to address key business problems. Believing that the OMBA program is at the forefront of the seismic changes we’re seeing in higher education today, Wang shared, “As online and other forms of digital learning proliferate, it is time that we should ask ourselves, ‘What business is higher ed in?’”.