One lucky 2006 NBAA attendee will return home not only having spent constructive time networking, developing themselves professionally, and learning about the industry’s latest developments, but being able to take their career to the next level with a full tuition certificate for Daniel Webster College's online MBA for Aviation Professionals.
Qualified individuals — those who hold a bachelor's degree and want to advance their future with an MBA designed specifically for their industry — are welcome at Booth #1383 at this year's NBAA Annual Meeting and Convention, October 17–19, to learn more about the Daniel Webster College online MBA for Aviation Professionals and to enter their name for the chance to win a full tuition scholarship for this unique program. Raffle participants will be notified by e-mail on October 30, 2006.
Daniel Webster, one of the oldest names in professional aviation education, has combined its industry experience with the latest technology, making earning that next degree both convenient and "virtual." The classroom goes where the student goes, as the two-year MBA Program, designed for Aviation Professionals, is offered entirely online, and adapts to the constantly changing aviation professional's work environment. The next class starts January 2007.
A three-semester, 13-course online curriculum allows students to participate in live, online presentations and chats with industry professionals and to utilize cutting-edge technology from Macromedia Flash and Blackboard. Students learn from the best flight management and business professionals in the field and study alongside professionals like themselves.
The MBA for Aviation Professionals uses the successful "cohort" model, where students who start the program move through the entire curriculum together, resulting in a built-in support network. Many of the courses are identical to the campus-based MBA program, but designed for online learning and with a tilt towards aviation issues with the use of case studies, papers, and examples drawn from the aviation industry; three of the program’s 13 courses focus specifically on the unique issues of the aviation industry.
Daniel Webster's MBA for Aviation Professionals has been found to be ideal for a wide range of professionals: managers currently working in the aviation industry; pilots, mechanics or air traffic controllers who would like to move into management; members of the U.S. military preparing for a promotion or transitioning to the civilian work force; and others with a bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited college or university and a minimum of three years of professional work experience.
By the end of Daniel Webster's program, students will not only have the broad foundation of a traditional MBA degree, but an in-depth understanding of the challenges facing the aviation industry today, as well as the confidence to meet those challenges.
Visit aviation.dwc.edu for more information or call 866-458-7525. When it comes to aviation education, these are the only call letters you’ll ever need: Delta. Whiskey. Charlie. The leader in professional aviation education.
And don’t forget to visit DWC at this year’s NBAA Annual Meeting and Convention, October 17–19, Orlando, FL, at Booth #1383 for your chance to earn that degree tuition-free!
Stephanie Smith, 28, of Albany, OR, couldn't believe it when she received the message that she was the winner of Daniel Webster College's NBAA raffle for a free online MBA for Aviation Professionals.
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