William Paterson University launches new 100% online MBA program

By Emily Bader
Wayne | Apr 22, 2020 at 11:22 am

William Paterson University announced on Tuesday it has launched an MBA program that is entirely online.

The program offers six degree options delivered in a 100% flexible online format, the Wayne-based university said in a news release.

The 30-credit-hour Master of Business Administration online program from the university’s Cotsakos College of Business can be finished in as little as a year (12 months). Students can choose from broad-based MBA tracks or from five specialized concentrations:

  • MBA with a concentration in Marketing;
  • MBA with a concentration in Entrepreneurship;
  • MBA with a concentration in Finance;
  • MBA with a concentration in Human Resource Management;
  • MBA with a concentration in Accounting.

“Our new fully-online, fast-track MBA program has been designed with working professionals and current business needs in mind,” Joshua Powers, provost and vice president for academic affairs, William Paterson University, said. “Our new program provides a work/life balance that enables students to complete an MBA in one year, online, on their own time, and with various available start dates.”

The program has six start dates to choose from, a pay-as-you-go tuition offering and a GMAT waiver for those who qualify. The first cycle of MBA classes begins July 13.

Emily Bader | ebader@roi-nj.com | @emilybader