UNM's Executive MBA program goes hybrid

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Feb. 22—ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — The University of New Mexico's Executive Master of Business Administration program will transition to a hybrid format starting in June while also adding a new location in northern New Mexico, a release said.

The hybrid format requires students to take one to two courses each cycle with coursework held online and in-person classes held monthly, Dykeman said.

"The cohort-based executive leadership curriculum remains the same, and students typically complete the program in two years," she wrote.

It was not immediately clear where in northern New Mexico the in-person classes will be held, but Dykeman said the change will make the program more convenient for students in places like Santa Fe, Los Alamos and Taos.

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