Technology, staff support, and the resources of a world-class university combine to facilitate learning in the Eller Evening MBA program.
Because class times are limited to one night a week, participants do the majority of their work outside of class. This requires an intensive level of communication between faculty and students achieved by the use of technology. Blackboard, a web-based tool for course content delivery and management is used to assign and collect coursework. Additional technologies are used for online conferencing and class-wide communication. A combination of in-class and remote learning is key to understanding the information presented in the accelerated Eller Evening MBA. Your comfort with new technologies will be an advantage.
A dedicated program manager ensures the Eller Evening MBA students can focus on their studies by taking care of the program mechanics. All books and course materials are delivered to the students by the start of each session. Accommodations and food are arranged for the students for each residential session, as well as the international trip. The program manager is accessible throughout the program to answer questions and help resolve issues that may arise. Eller IT professionals provide technical support to participants throughout the program. Combined, these resources make the transition between work and family and the Eller Evening MBA as seamless as possible.
As a student in the Eller Evening MBA program, you have access to the research and support resources of The University of Arizona, one of the nation's leading education and research institutions. The library system offers online access to hundreds of databases — most of them offering full-text content — as well as research guides, reference resources, and e-journals.
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