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Weigh Trying a MOOC Before an MBA



MOOCs can offer a glimpse into an MBA program, but they can’t replace the academic and career opportunities available on campus. 2013 may well become known as the year of the massive open

MOOCs can offer a glimpse into an MBA program, but they can’t replace the academic and career opportunities available on campus. 2013 may well become known as the year of the massive open online course, commonly abbreviated MOOC, as more and more prestigious business schools began offering their courses for free to anyone in the world with an Internet connection. Stanford Graduate School of Business, University of Virginia’s Darden School of Business, Michigan’s Ross School of Business and Spain’s IE Business School are just a few of the top MBA programs bringing their courses to the people, and it seems more are joining the party every month. Most elite schools use the Palo Alto-based education company Coursera to host their MOOC content. While universities don’t offer official …Weigh Trying a MOOC Before an MBA
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