University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
What do you want to study at university?! This is a question, that many students have no answer to it, as there are a good percent of students confused, and no nothing about the best disciplines at the universities, but if you want my advice, MBA is one of the best disciplines that you can study at the universities in the U.S. such as New York University, University of Michigan, Harvard University, and the business school of the University of North Carolina, the Kenan Flagler Business School. The University of North Carolina has a total enrollment than 200,000 students.
The graduate and undergraduate school of the UNC at Chapel Hill offers a business certificate program, Ph.D., Master of Accounting, MBA for Executives, MBA, Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, and many executive education programs.
These concentrations and departments are offered at Kenan Flagler:
- Supply chain management/logistics.
- Operations management/production.
- Health care administration.
- Real estate.
- Portfolio management.
- Organizational Behavior.
- General management
University of North Carolina Tuition:
At (Kenan Flagler):
- Executive (out-of-state): $110,313 total program.
- Part-time (out-of-state): $1,728 per credit.
- Full-time (out-of-state): $58,138 per year.
- Full-time (in-state): $43,015 per year.
About 79% of the students of full-time are employed when they graduate.
Teaching business strategy that creates profit but does little damage to the planet, and developing leadership skills through hands-on experience, is among the most important things that Kenan Flagler stresses on. The UNC’s school of business has campuses in Monterrey, Mexico, São Paulo, Brazil, Rotterdam, The Netherlands, Hong Kong, Thailand, Bangkok, N.C, and Chapel Hill.
A Global MBA and an online MBA, a weekend MBA, an evening MBA, and a full-time MBA, along with a Master of Accounting and Ph.D. program, are also offered at Kenan Flagler. The students at Global MBA, which is also known as OneMBA, are allowed to learn from 5 accredited universities on 4 continents. More than 50% of the executives in Global MBA work and live outside the U.S.
Michael Jordan, former American basketball player, Andy Griffith, an American actor, Brad Sparks, director of KPMG’s Global Citizenship, James K. Polk, 11th U.S. President, Ken Jeong, an American comedian, Vince Carter, American basketball player, and Paul Clayton, former CEO of Jamba Juice.
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