Shidler airs distance learning business programs commercial
Both programs allow working professionals to pursue a graduate degree, while continuing to live and work in their place of residence.
The commercial will air from February to June on several Oceanic cable stations—Food Network, Discovery, History, ESPN, A&E Network, HGTV, TNT, TBS, National Geographic and CNN. The commercial will also run during Hawaiʻi High School Sports and NBA Basketball games.
More about the Distance Learning Executive MBA and Master of Human Resource Management programs
The 22-month Distance Learning Executive MBA program with a healthcare management track is designed to sharpen business and strategic tools, refine leadership skills and put global challenges in perspective. The 16-month Master of Human Resource Management program is designed to enhance the skills of human resources professionals with advanced courses in staffing, training, compensation, career development, health and safety, and labor relations.
This distance learning format allows students the convenience of a distance education program paired with face-to-face classroom work on O’ahu to foster networking, peer learning and collaboration.
Classes meet online weekly and at the Shidler College of Business on alternating Saturdays. Travel stipends to attend classes in Honolulu are included in tuition.
The college is currently recruiting for its 2016–2017 academic year, which begins in August of 2016.
Dates and locations of upcoming information sessions are available at the Shidler College of Business website.
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