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June 4, 2010

ULM to offer MBA online

The University of Louisiana at Monroe College of Business Administration is set to offer a distinctive, yet affordable, Master’s of Business Administration degree online beginning with the 2010 Fall semester.
Billed as the iMBA, the online program will provide the same quality business education and excellent faculty of ULM’s face-to-face program, according to ULM Dean of the College of Business Administration Ronald Berry.

“We are confident the iMBA will provide professionals the experience and convenience that has made our traditional classroom program such a success,” said Berry.

“The program offers the same accreditation as our traditional MBA – the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business-International,” Berry continued. “It’s the best accreditation a school can offer for those seeking an MBA degree.”

Berry said the online program was developed in an effort to meet the needs of working professionals, and can be completed in less than two years at a very reasonable cost.

Decisions about entering the new program are made by the Graduate Admissions Committee and based on a broad range of criteria.

Professionals may submit documentation of work experience and be eligible for points based on review from the CBA Graduate Coordinator and CBA Graduate Admissions Committee, who make final determination.

For more information about the requirements of the program, visit ULM’s Gold Program Web site online at

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