New Hampshire’s Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics aims to “excite, engage, and empower” its students and have them excel in becoming self-assured business professionals. The AACSB-accredited school’s 48-credit, one-year, full-time MBA features a cohort-based program model that supports team-based learning. MBA options are available for those looking to focus on a particular topic, such as Global Business or Growth & Innovation. Electives are taken alongside online MBA and part-time MBA students, allowing for extensive networking and learning opportunities within a variety of industries.
As part of the Paul College’s International Business course, students partake in an international residency where they gain exposure to international business practice. Students will also solve real-world business problems as part of Peter T. Paul’s corporate consulting project. In this course, small student teams are paired with an organization and act as business consultants. At the end of the project, teams present their recommendations to their respective organization.