ACPE, University of Massachusetts team up to offer Online MBA. (ACPE: News).
The Online MBA in Medical Management is ideal for working physicians who need the flexibility of attending classes when their schedules permit. Coursework can be completed from any computer with Internet access. That means you can study at home, at work or even on the road.
"With all the time and financial pressures our members are under, giving them the opportunity to study at home is one of our primary goals," says ACPE executive vice president Roger S. Schenke.
"The University of Massachusett's Eisenberg School of Business is a top tier school that will ensure the quality of the training our members receive," he says.
The Online MBA program is self-paced and can be completed over a number of years. Along with the convenience of completely online classes, students also utilize the resources of a world-class research university and its award-winning faculty. US. News and World Report ranks the Online MBA program at UMass among the top 20 in the U.S.
The Online MBA complements the College's established master's degree programs--the Masters in Medical Management offered at Tulane University, Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Southern California.
"We will continue to promote and support the Masters in Medical Management as the degree of choice for our members who prefer the 'live, face-to-face' contact with faculty and other students," Schenke says.
Just like the MMM program, the Online MBA is divided into two sections. Section I courses are offered by ACPE and are available in your choice of live or online classes. Section II is presented by the UMass completely online. Section 1 courses are a prerequisite to Section II courses.
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|Title Annotation:||American College of Physician Executives, masters in business administration|
|Article Type:||Brief Article|
|Date:||Jul 1, 2002|
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