On-campus Versus Off-campus: A Comparative Analysis of MBA Learning Outcomes for a Classroom-based Program
Journal of College Teaching and Learning
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Both direct and indirect measures of learning outcomes provide data that can be used to improve learning. The research reports a study of an indirect measure of learning outcomes in an MBA program. The measure was a Post-Then format using a five point Likert scale. Thirteen courses were analyzed generating 107,440 responses over a 5-year period. Two research questions were addressed: Are MBA students learning as demonstrated by an improvement in learning outcomes? and, Is there a difference in learning outcomes for on-campus versus off-campus students? Results are presented and future research directions are offered.
Preziosi, Robert; Alexakis, George; and Barnes, F. Barry, "On-campus Versus Off-campus: A Comparative Analysis of MBA Learning Outcomes for a Classroom-based Program" (2008). HCBE Faculty Articles. 36.