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The distinguishing features of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s Kenan-Flagler Business School online MBA@UNC program include flexibility, a strong core curriculum, and talented professors and students. The material covered in the program is “heavily invested in analytical skills” and is “also very big on leadership and management.” Students have the option to earn their MBA with a concentration in entrepreneurship, “which is not offered at most schools.” The format of the program is comprised of both synchronous and asynchronous material, which “holds students accountable,” as it “reinforces learning” and “makes students to engage with each other.” “What the student learns from the material is on the student.” MBA@UNC students enjoy having “the ability to have synchronous sessions with classmates and professors,” as well as the “opportunity to meet classmates every quarter (or more often) in person.” “The rigor of the program is not lost through the use of an online platform”: The “live virtual classroom” gives students the feel of a traditional classroom with the convenience of being able to work from home or on the road. “Not needing to take a break in my career is a massive strength,” says one student. The program offers “the best combination of quality and convenience” for those with “career or family demands.” The faculty at UNC is “exceptional.” “They are incredibly knowledgeable in their fields and are very approachable,” says a student. The faculty and administration truly want students to succeed and follow the “it takes a village notion” in order to make that happen. One student states, “I would say six out of eight professors have been excellent, and the non-excellent ones were still good. I have also felt consistently informed and aware of changes and happenings in the program from the administration.” Not only are MBA@UNC students surrounded by outstanding faculty, they are also “surrounded by classmates from the most prestigious tiers of their respective specialties.” “There is a strong showing by current and post-military personnel,” as well as an assortment of other professionals with varying experiences and knowledge. One student states, “Each person brings a unique perspective to the table, which has helped me think differently about business and working with/leading groups of people.”

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CB 3490
300 Kenan Center Drive
Chapel Hill, NC, 27599
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