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The M.B.A. at Kansas Wesleyan University is ideal for professionals looking for a flexible, affordable program. While the average graduate degree costs $23,800 (and many M.B.A. programs cost far more), the total cost at KWU is under $15,000. Our program provides working professionals the opportunity to pursue an advanced degree in as little as a full calendar year. Additionally, our students are empowered with options: complete the program entirely online or select a hybrid option, enrolling in several on-campus courses offered during evening hours. No matter your choice, our courses give students the chance to network with executives from the region’s top businesses. Students are billed per course, so if life throws a curve ball, students aren’t stuck with a bill for remaining courses. No GMAT is required for acceptance to the 30-hour program.
Why Choose KWU for your M.B.A.?
- Affordable - Total cost under $15K
- Achievable - Finish in as little as ONE YEAR!
- Flexible - Start any eight-week session
- Accredited - by the Higher Learning Commission
CURRICULUM - Complete your degree in 12 months!
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The MBA program at Kansas Wesleyan University welcomed M. Olaf Frandsen, the editor and publisher of the Salina Journal, to lead its 2017 Executive-in-Residence program.
Prior to Salina, Frandsen spent 30 years with the multimedia company Freedom Communications Inc., comprised of 28 daily newspapers, 10 weekly papers and eight broadcast television stations. With Freedom, he was an editor, publisher and, ultimately, regional vice president where he oversaw all operations of 10 of the company’s newspapers.
Frandsen, who teaches Organizational Management in the KWU M.B.A. program, also was an adjunct professor and distinguished lecturer at the University of Texas-Rio Grande Valley, where he taught Media Law & Ethics.
Earlier in his career, as the editor of a West Texas newspaper, Frandsen led a newsroom team that was awarded the Pulitzer Prize in news photography in 1988 for coverage of an 18-month-old girl, then known as Baby Jessica, who was trapped underground in an open water well pipe for three days.
He has an undergraduate degree in journalism from the University of Arizona, and an M.B.A. from the University of Phoenix. He is certified by the Stanford University Graduate School of Business in Leading Organizational Change.