Online, but on target? Internet-based MBA courses: A case study
Internet and Higher Education Volume 5, Number 2, ISSN 1096-7516 Publisher: Elsevier Ltd
In this study, the author investigates students' reactions to and attitudes about the Internet, online learning, and courses delivered online in a part-time MBA program with online course options. Two hundred and seventy students in a part-time MBA program are surveyed regarding Internet-based courses. In general, student feedback regarding online courses is very positive. Students cite lack of networking and interaction as concerns. The implications of these results are discussed. The results of this study may provide direction for future investigation and more descriptive research regarding the development of online programs for a graduate population.
McGorry, S.Y. (2002). Online, but on target? Internet-based MBA courses: A case study. Internet and Higher Education, 5(2), 167-175. Elsevier Ltd.
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