The increasing commonality with which higher education is being delivered at least partially online is hardly newsworthy. As professional schools seeking to respond to students who find themselves increasingly time and location-challenged to manage work and family commitments, it is also hardly surprising that business schools would be at the leading edge of delivering such courses and programs. What may be surprising, however, is the relative lack of resources for online learning that focus specifically on the challenges business schools face in the design and delivery of online and blended programs.

When a business school’s leaders and faculty consider the development, design and delivery of an online or blended degree program, one ...

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