Questions and Answers About Online MBA Degrees

Are you thinking about pursuing an MBA online at Colorado Christian University? If you are an adult student returning to school to earn your MBA, you may feel a little overwhelmed and “out of the loop” as far as higher education is concerned. CCU has an excellent online MBA degree program that many adults successfully complete to advance in their career, change careers, or start up their own business. If you have just always wanted an MBA and don’t have a clear career goal in mind, you may have several questions about the whole process of earning an advanced degree online. Maybe these questions and answers about online MBA degrees will help.

Is an online MBA degree a popular choice amongst the adult population?

Because online MBA degree programs allow professionals to pursue higher education without abandoning the careers they’ve already dedicated themselves to (or to the family they’ve begun), the popularity of these degrees continues to increase in the adult population. College and universities all over the country are offering online degree programs because attending classes on campus regularly is just impossible for many working adults.

How long does it usually take to complete the coursework for an online MBA?

As with any degree program, your schedule dictates a lot regarding how long it will take you to complete the coursework for your online MBA degree. Many online MBA programs can be completed at an accelerated pace in just one year, but most require a longer period of time to absorb the plethora of information the coursework for an MBA involves.  An MBA from CCU requires 39 credit hours, which usually can be completed in less than two years with full-time study.

What is the difference between the GMAT and the GRE?

The GMAT stands for Graduate Management Admission Test, and it tests students in English and mathematics with a specific application to measure students’ aptitude for succeeding in graduate business studies. The GRE stands for Graduate Record Examinations, and some schools accept this test as a substitute for the GMAT. Read the MBA admissions requirements carefully, so you will know what the requirements for admission into the program are before you apply.

Please contact the CCU admissions office and/or financial aid office today to learn more about getting an MBA online at Colorado Christian University.