McGraw-Hill Goes Mobile with Leading MBA Program

This week, leading academic publisher McGraw-Hill confirmed its new partnership with Cleveland State University. Together, the partners will change the face of MBA programs forever.

Thinking about going back to school for an MBA? If so, you may be able to use your mobile device to help secure the degree.

Cleveland State University is expanding access to graduate education through the Mobile Accelerated MBA (MAMBA) program. This is the first completely online, one-year MBA to be accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).

The Mobile AMBA program allows students to earn an accredited MBA within one year by completing all classes and tests online.

How about this for cutting edge? Each student in the program is given a brand new Apple iPad 4G LTE to access the digital course materials developed by McGraw-Hill Education – including ebooks, interactive learning systems, course modules and studying apps – that they will need to complete each eight-week module.

“The digitization of education is opening access to educational and career opportunities that many of today’s students wouldn’t have access to otherwise,” said Tom Malek, vice president of McGraw-Hill Higher Education’s Learning Solutions group. “Cleveland State University has the largest MBA program in Ohio and we’re partnering with them on this groundbreaking program because we know that the economic success of our nation is directly related to the educational opportunities of our students.”

To learn more about the program, click here.