Did I register my program correctly as a part-time MBA program for the MBA Student Exit survey?

I chose “Part-time/Online”, but that’s not a completely accurate description. We run our program more like an Executive MBA program, but with a slightly younger student demographic. I’m not sure if how material the choice in program format is for driving the template questionnaire.



Our students are "full-time" status. 2 year, lockstep, cohort program. All students also work full-time jobs.
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  • You did register correctly. The program you described is a part-time program since the students also work full-time jobs while receiving instruction.

    The MBA Lifecycle Survey Suite currently offers questionnaire templates based on 4 types of programs based program format and student type:

    1. Full-time (FMBA) - The programs are provided to full-time students (i.e., they do not work during the program and focus solely on academic instruction).

    2. Part-time/Online (PMBA) - These programs are provided to working professionals and are typically delivered in the evening or weekends, after normal working hours.

    3. Executive MBA (EMBA) - These programs are provided to meet the educational needs of managers and executives, allowing students to earn an MBA in two years or less while working full-time.

    4. Specialized Masters (SpecMS) - These are graduate level programs in business with coursework that is typically isolated to that particular area of study (such as accounting, supply chain, finance, marketing, etc.). Graduates typically earn a Masters in Science (MSc) or Master's of Arts (MA) degree, not a Masters of Business Administration (MBA).
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