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Free Mini-Course Provides a Feel for SU's M.B.A. Program

An online course gives an introduction to SU's M.B.A. programSALISBURY, MD---Salisbury University’s Franklin P. Perdue School of Business offers an introduction course to its Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) program, allowing individuals to experience what it would like to be an M.B.A. student before making the decision to apply.

The free online mini-course introduces participants to the structure of M.B.A. courses, allows them to explore features of the online classroom and see examples of textbooks and technology required within the program. Students are introduced to the professors in the teaching team, as well as Perdue School Dean Dr. Christy Weer and M.B.A. Director Dr. Yvonne Downie Hanley. They also learn about program admission requirements.

The course is available online. Participants may log in with their email to take the course.

SU’s M.B.A. program is offered in two formats: 100 percent online, or hybrid with classroom and online components. Students may choose a one-year accelerated track or a two-year or longer part-time track, suited for working professionals with full-time careers. Applications are being accepted for fall 2020 admission, with the final deadline on Saturday, August 1.

U.S. News & World Report has ranked SU’s online M.B.A. among the nation’s “Best Online Programs” for the third consecutive year. The program is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business International.

For more information about the mini-course or the full program, email Downie Hanley at