American MBA offered to online students in India and China for under $3000
BIRMINGHAM, Alabama (USA) - Andrew Jackson University’s unique sponsored tuition program allows those holding acceptable baccalaureate degrees to obtain an American MBA from an accredited university for less than $3,000. University president Don Kassner expects this revolutionary low cost program will severely disrupt the pricing strategy historically used American universities. “Spiraling tuition and fees at most universities have far outpaced other costs for years, but Andrew Jackson University is changing the direction of the spiral. From now on the spiral is headed down,” said Kassner.
In order to qualify for this low cost program a student must sign up with a sponsor and participate in a beta test, agree to receive a newsletter, or be added to a membership list. There are, however, no contractual obligations and a student may opt out at any time. The low sponsored tuition cost levels remain as long as a student is enrolled.
One such sponsor, Pupilcity, is in beta test for a social network for college students worldwide. Prospective enrollees agree to participate in the beta test, expected to begin in early 2009, but there are no contractual responsibilities obligating a participant. Pupilcity benefits by attracting actual college students who will help guide the social network content and design. The student benefits from sponsored tuition, and Andrew Jackson University benefits by eliminating student acquisition costs.
All courses are presented online in English. The university’s admissions department will help with language and credential verification requirements. Tests are conducted online using webcam proctoring. Proctor fees and the estimated cost of books, plus an administrative fee of $400 per semester are included in the $3000. Baccalaureate and associate degree programs are also available for similar cost savings.
Andrew Jackson University (AJU) is accredited by the Distance Education and Training Council (www.detc.org). The DETC is listed by the United States Department of Education as a nationally recognized accrediting agency. AJU offers three master’s, three baccalaureate, and five associate degree programs, all online and all available to students enrolling through the sponsored tuition program. See www.aju.edu for more information.
Since AJU’s degree programs are provided entirely online there are no residency requirements. Students therefore do not qualify for U.S. student visas.
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