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FEMBA FLEX Hybrid Option? [#permalink] New post 09 May 2012, 14:59
I was on the UCLA FEMBA website and I saw this pretty cool option that UCLA offers for MBA students that is called FEMBA FLEX which is an online option where you can take your classes half online and half on campus. It looked really cool and extremely flexible for MBA students. I was just curious if anyone else has looked at this, I know that it is the same curriculum as the FEMBA program but just online. Seemed pretty cool, and I know its brand new. :-D
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Re: FEMBA FLEX Hybrid Option? [#permalink] New post 09 May 2012, 15:57
I've been hearing about this new option that UCLA offers. They've also opened up a 4th application round and I'm assuming this is to help fill this section. It seems really cool for people that live far away from Los Angeles, and would be very helpful to only have to come to capus 4 times a quarter. Seems interesting, and they are promoting it hard, so I'm sure they'd be happy to discuss it with you in more detail if you contact them.

It seems like the wave of the future... I can see more schools beginning to offer this option
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Re: FEMBA FLEX Hybrid Option? [#permalink] New post 09 May 2012, 16:38
I was accepted to FEMBA in round 2 and went to the welcome event two weekends back. They seem excited about the Flex program. They already have a basis for the online classes from previous years where some professors recorded and live-streamed classes. I'm not a fan of online classes in general, but I imagine that Flex will end up being a pretty good program. UCLA seems to really know how to run their part-time MBA program.
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