Marietta signs MBA articulation agreement with Marshall University
Marietta College officials recently signed an articulation agreement with Marshall University’s Lewis College of Business to facilitate admission of Marietta’s students into MU’s new online MBA program.
“We are very excited about this new partnership with Marshall,” said Dr. Janet Bland, Marietta College Provost. “We think it will be a great opportunity for our students.”
Marietta students who take nine Business Foundation Courses taught at Marietta College (seven from the Department of Business & Economics and two from the Department of Math, Computing & Information Systems) and earn a grade of “B” or higher in each course may use the Marietta courses to shorten their time to earn the MBA from the Huntington, West Virginia, institution.
“There are many reasons for Marietta College students to seriously consider the Marshall online MBA program,” said McCoy Professor Grace Johnson, Marietta’s faculty contact for the program.
Johnson cites the high quality of Marshall’s business school faculty and courses, its experiential learning opportunities, the flexibility of an online MBA, and the affordable cost of the program as benefits.
For more information: Grace Johnson, email@example.com, or www.marshall.edu/cob/graduate/marshall-mba-online/.