Touted repeatedly by parents and educators alike, the “traditional college experience” is something every warm-blooded American should have a chance to encounter. 8 a.m. classes, jam-packed lecture halls and communal bathrooms are all included in this classic adventure—the pros and cons making for an unforgettable time. But with the steady rise of online education, is this quintessential process losing its luster, turning what was once a tradition into passé?
In January of this year, Temple University’s Online MBA Program was ranked No.1 nationally by U.S. News and World Report for the second year in a row. In 2015, The Princeton Review ranked the program fifth— in the world. According to Darin Kapanjie, the academic director for both Online MBA and BBA courses, “the reputation of our online programs is on the rise, and we couldn’t be more proud.”
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