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The Professional MBA Program
US News Top 14
If you've ever felt your career has suffered because you don't have a graduate degree... If you want the university on your resume to be one whose reputation is built on a century and a half of providing outstanding education... but you can't shut down your life for a year or two to go back to school.. then we have a solution for you.
The US News & World Report top 14 Ole Miss Professional MBA program is geared toward the working business person. It can be completed in as little as two years, or longer depending on the student's desires. Courses are delivered primarily in an on-line format — giving you the most flexibility possible to allow you to fit coursework into any work schedule.
In just four regular semesters and two summer sessions, you can earn an MBA from an accredited business school at the widely respected, historic University of Mississippi. The Ole Miss Professional MBA curriculum covers the same ground as the on-campus program and is taught by the same faculty. The difference is that you don't have to leave your job or uproot your family to get your MBA - and you don't have to settle for a less prestigious school. Select a category below for more information.
Tuition for the 36 semester hour program can be calculated at the current rates http://www.online.olemiss.edu/degree_programs/business_pmba.html
The Professional MBA employs a fully supported online learning system integrated with features such as video conferencing, interactive discussions and similar collaborative technologies necessary for effective online instruction.
The Office of Student Disability Services (SDS) at The University of Mississippi is committed to ensuring equal access to a quality education for qualified students with disabilities through the provision of reasonable academic accommodations which support University standards and academic integrity. It is the responsibility of any student with a disability who requests a reasonable accommodation to contact the Office of Student Disability Services (915-7128). http://www.olemiss.edu/depts/sds/index.html