Fox School of Business - Temple University

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12 Jan 2018

Jessica Rothstein, a full-time MBA at Temple University’s Fox School of Business, thinks b-school is the perfect place to develop your own startup venture

29 Nov 2017

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The Power of Fox is our ability to produce business leaders who know how to solve problems. Not just talk about them. It all starts with our new, innovative curriculum – and ends with you being ready to meet any challenge.
When redesigning our full-time, two-year Fox Global MBA program, we surveyed 300 corporate leaders on the skills and abilities MBA students need to succeed in this complex global economy. We pored over the data. Then we worked tirelessly with our renowned faculty and administration to design a program that is integrative, global, experiential, and competency driven.
That’s the recharged Fox Part-Time MBA. And it’s how you earn the #1-ranked part-time MBA in the region. Complete your degree in just 24 months, without sacrificing your professional priorities. Our unique hybrid structure combines cutting-edge online technology with face-to-face learning—and prepares you take charge of your career, on your schedule. Quality and convenience in one program? That’s why no one outsmarts a Fox.
  • 2-year pathway to completion
  • Hybrid face-to-face and online format, powered by the same technology as the Fox School’s #1 Online MBA
  • Flipped-classroom approach
  • Competency-driven curriculum
  • Measure progress with your personal Roadmap Dashboard
  • Flat tuition rate for in-state and out-of-state residents*
Succeeding in today’s competitive business environment requires the edge that comes with an MBA from Temple University’s Fox School of Business in Philadelphia. The Fox Online MBA program combines an integrated and collaborative curriculum, highly-ranked student services and technology, a dynamic learning community, and internationally-recognized faculty, to provide aspiring business professionals the opportunity to earn a respected MBA without disrupting their personal or professional commitments. We invite you to learn more about what makes the Online MBA program at the Fox School of Business right for you.
One weekend per month for 16 months: that’s all the time you need to earn the region’s #1 Executive MBA. That’s because with the Fox School, your leadership transformation starts on day one.
With the Fox Executive MBA, you’ll strengthen your decision-making abilities, expand your global perspective, and enhance your c-suite communication skills through a cutting-edge curriculum delivered in person by some of the most highly respected business leaders and academic researchers. You’ll also experience the support of a highly engaged network of executives for an immediate, and powerful, impact on your career.

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The Fox School of Business at Temple University is thoroughly committed to providing a student-centered education and professional development relevant to today’s digital, global economy. That commitment is reflected in the integration of technology into the curriculum and classroom, and in the encouragement of entrepreneurship and innovation in business and education.
  • Established in 1918.
  • Accredited by AACSB International, the premier business education accreditor.
  • Over 200 full-time faculty members, including some of the world's top researchers.
  • Largest business school in the Philadelphia region, and one of the largest business schools in the world.
  • 19+ graduate programs contribute to making the Fox School the most comprehensive business school in the region.
  • 16 research institutes and centers that connect students and faculty to industry.
  • One of the Top 10 Graduate Schools for Entrepreneurship Studies for 2015, according to The Princeton Review and Entrepreneur Magazine.


65,000 Alumni Around The Globe

8,000 Current Students

Nearly 195 Full-Time Faculty


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