Does anyone have an opinion about the Queen's Accelerated MBA For Business Graduates?
According to their website, this is a part time MBA program that can completed in the student's home city. The classes are delivered via teleconferencing, with periodic visits to the Queen's campus.
It seems to be that the advantages are
you can work while studying, so you don't lose income
you don't have to revisit business concepts you have already learned
you can stay in your home city and don't have to move away
I am concerned about the reputation of "accelerated" MBAs amongst employers. Do they consider them equivalent to regular full-time or part-time MBAs?