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Aug 14, 2017

Discover How Elective Courses Work for the Foster Hybrid MBA Program

Foster Hybrid MBA

Beyond the traditional full-time and part-time MBA program options available at the University of Washington’s Foster School of Business, there is also the Hybrid MBA program. This unique work-compatible MBA option allows students to complete 95 percent of their program work online with only 5 percent of sessions requiring a visit to the campus. It’s a two-year program that’s ideal for working parents, business travelers, and young professionals.

In a recent Foster blog post, the school broke down how elective courses work as part of the Hybrid MBA. Just like for full-time and part-time students, hybrid students can enhance their academic studies by enrolling in five, unique two-credit elective courses during their second year.

Here’s how it will work. The Hybrid MBA is broken down into four quarters:

  • Q1: Autumn, year one
  • Q2: Spring, year one
  • Q3: Autumn, year two
  • Q4: Spring, year two

During quarter one of the Hybrid MBA, all students are required to participate in a preference survey. This survey reveals the areas of knowledge that are most interesting to the class. From there, the program team and faculty work together to determine which course topics and, thus, electives would best fit the Hybrid MBA class. Then, early in their second quarter, students receive a list of all possible electives—broken down by quarter—so that they can begin to plan their coursework for year two.

As for when students start to take their electives and how many electives they can choose between:

  • Three courses offered: Students choose one elective during autumn, year two.
  • Four courses offered: Students choose two electives during winter, year two.
  • Four courses offered: Students choose two electives during spring, year two.

All elective courses are determined based on the interest survey completed by the Hybrid MBA students. Most often, the areas of highest interest include Finance, Entrepreneurship, Marketing, Leadership, and Data Analytics. It’s important to note that elective courses are, most likely, only offered once during the second year, so if a student sees an elective they want, they should take it when they have the opportunity.

To learn more about how the Hybrid MBA program works, take a look at this infographic designed by the Foster School.

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Jul 31, 2017

Why You Should Consider Earning a Part-Time MBA in San Diego

San Diego Part-Time MBA

If you’re a busy working professional, taking two years off of work to earn your MBA might not be a viable option. However, that’s where a part-time MBA program can help.

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Jul 28, 2017

Metro News & Notes: Return on Investment, Firing CEOs and More

MBA ROI

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Here are a few stories you may have missed from the week that was …

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Jun 22, 2017

The Top Washington DC Accelerated MBA Programs

Washington DC Accelerated MBA

Putting your career and income on hold while you earn an advanced degree can be a difficult thing to do—and may often be a reason why someone might choose not to go back to school for their MBA. Thankfully, most schools acknowledge that a full-time degree is not just hard for students, but often a huge roadblock in the path to extending one’s education and career opportunities down the line. A quick look into any business school’s graduate offerings, and you’re likely to find a variety of different programs and ways to earn your degree, from part-time to online to weekends only.

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Jun 8, 2017

The Best Dallas Part-Time MBA Programs

Dallas Part-Time MBA

It’s well understood that both the cost and time commitment of an MBA can be often overwhelming, and for many students losing up to two years of income can be a deal breaker when  it comes to their education. Thankfully, part-time MBA programs are an excellent opportunity for students to earn an advanced business degree while still working full time. With flexible class schedules and the chance to complete the degree on your own schedule, a part-time MBA can be the perfect option for a student to continue in their full-time job without needing to pass up the chance for an incredible business education.

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May 23, 2017

The Best Washington DC Part-Time MBA Programs

Washington DC Part-Time MBA

It’s common knowledge that professionals with MBA’s have higher average salaries after graduation, greater networking potential and a number of other advantages. A part-time MBA is a great way to earn these advantages at your own pace while minimizing student load debt and maintaining career momentum. If you’re thinking of getting your MBA, but can’t imagine the time commitment of a full-time graduate program, there are a host of part-time programs that can accommodate a busy schedule.

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