Mini-MBA

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Mini-MBA is a term used by many non-profit and for-profit institutions to describe a training regimen focused on the fundamentals of business. Mini-MBA programs are typically non-credit bearing programs that require less than 100 hours of total learning.[1]

In the United Kingdom, Durham University has positioned its credit bearing Postgraduate Certificate in Business Administration as a Mini-MBA.[2]

As for Canada, McGill University launched its first Mini-MBA in 1949 under the McGill Executive Institute.[3]

Mini-MBA programs are offered by several leading U.S. colleges and universities, including Florida Institute of Technology,[4] University at Buffalo and Rutgers University.[5] Minu-Sepehr Aero Space University "Mini-MBA in Aviation[6] However, Dr. Mohamed G. Kafafy is the author of "Mini-MBA for Leaders" and "Mini-MBA for Engineers"

References[edit]

  1. ^ University of North Carolina "About the UNC Business Essentials Business Certificate Program"
  2. ^ Durham Business School "The Mini MBA"
  3. ^ McGill Executive Institute "Mini-MBA Series"
  4. ^ Florida Institute of Technology "Mini-MBA Certificate Programs
  5. ^ Mini-MBA.me "Directory of Mini-MBA Programs",
  6. ^ [1],