Boston University is launching a second-tier priced online MBA.
Reported by Inside Higher Ed, while many institutions make no pricing, or respective quality, distinctions between their online and on-campus degree programs, Boston University is promoting a purposely different online MBA.
Specifically designed for the part-time student, this online degree offered in conjunction with edX, offers a different curriculum and less specialization, and comes in at a $24,000 price tag as opposed to more than $56,000 for the full-time on-campus version.
The takeaway? With so many institutions working to make their online offering as close as possible to the quality and experience of their on-campus version, this marks a decidedly different approach – an admission of and promotion of something entirely different. We’ll all be looking to see how it works.
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