Three things you may not know about online MBAs

Are online degrees worth it? Do the professors provide rigorous web-based classes? Is financial aid offered for online programs? What about scholarships? These are questions many prospective students have about online MBA programs. Those who do take learning to the web find out it offers a competitive educational experience. 

In this U.S. News & World Report post on Jan. 19, 2018: 

“Students take the same classes from the same faculty as they would in our on-campus programs,” Amy Hillman, dean of Arizona State University’s W. P. Carey School of Business, said via email. “We began offering online degrees in the early 2000s, long before it was as widely accepted as it is now. So, we know from experience how to deliver great content to students and offer a flexible degree that will ultimately help them take that next step in their careers.”