Video – MOOCs and the future of business schools

It has been more than two years since massive open online courses (MOOCs) entered the higher education scene, resulting in a whirlwind of new developments in the delivery, as well as the perceptions of higher education.

The implications for business schools and the form and delivery of MBA courses globally could be significantly altered by the growth of MOOCs.

In this video, produced by AACSB International, Darden School of Business research professor Michael Lenox discusses the challenges and opportunities that MOOCs and other technological advancements in education present to business schools, including program delivery, implications for institutional strategy, branding, financial and revenue models, and more.

Ben Ready
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