With fall semester classes starting this month, anyone interested in SUNY Oswego's MBA program will have more options than ever before.
In addition to earning their degree at Oswego's lakeside campus, Syracuse Metro Center or online, students will soon be able to choose a new concentration in Health Service Administration.
Courses for the concentration offered this fall will be health care systems, health law and nursing home administration.
Also new this fall will be a course in supply chain management and one in new product development. The course in entrepreneurship will be offered for the first time at the Metro Center.
Students still have time to register and can take up to three classes before they are fully enrolled.
While the deadline to register is the first day of classes, Aug. 29, it is recommended to register three or four days earlier for an online course, to get organized and obtain required books before the class meets.
"We aim to give students a lot more flexibility. Core classes are offered on a rotation among the Metro Center, Oswego campus and online," said Oswego's MBA program Director Tammie Sullivan '04, M '05.
She added that electives are offered online to give students better access to them.
Or contact Sullivan by e-mail or by phone at 315-312-2911 to register.
The online MBA program just began in January and already has 18 students who are fully enrolled and accepted into the program, along with 47 working toward full enrollment.
"The exciting thing about the online program is that it doesn't preclude anyone from taking a class at the Metro Center or on campus, but gives students the flexibility to access the courses online," Sullivan said.