The Merage School’s Fully Employed MBA Hybrid Section

What is Hybrid Learning?

  • A blend of Face-to-Face and Online Learning.
  • Reduced in-class time, with class time reserved for hands-on learning.
  • Fluid and complementary interaction between online and face-to-face learning.

What Format is the Program Delivered?

  • A 60% online and 40% face-to-face delivery format is utilized. Face-to-Face meetings are held on only four Saturdays a quarter (Week 2, 4, 7, 10), which are reserved for experiential, hands-on learning and online learning occurs Weeks 1-10.
  • Saturdays classes will focus on hands-on learning.  Active, experiential learning rather than passive, lecture-based learning will take place in face-to-face meetings. Students come prepared to participate and expect to stay engaged with the faculty and their fellow peers.
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What Differentiates Us?

  • A rich student learning experience that promotes and stimulates a student’s social and cognitive presence online and in the classroom throughout the 10-week quarter that promotes a learning community of inquiry and engagement, both online and face-to-face.
  • Even though students only meet four Saturdays a quarter, the hybrid curriculum and courses promote the same rigor, relevance, and timeliness as face-to-face course offerings, while continuously adapting to address new social and economic challenges in our ever-changing, digitally driven world.
  • Just because 60% of the course is online, students will not have to learn alone. Our customized asynchronous online course environments promote a learning community of inquiry and engagement with peers and instructors that fit into anyone’s schedule.
  • Our hybrid FEMBA program aims to prepare students for future work in their industries with an agile mindset to adapt to an increasingly digital mediated business environment.
  • We graduate leaders with the exceptional ability to lead in a digitally-driven world and to help grow their organizations through strategic innovation — supported by analytical decision-making, information technology, and collaborative execution, all enhanced by a highly-personalized blended learning environment.

A Collection of Core Course Introduction Videos

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