Cincinnati State & Technical College started a renewable energy major, expecting 10 students. The college got 50.

At Xavier University, there’s growing interest in the MBA-plus program, which gives those who already have the advanced degree add-on certification in highly desirable areas such as marketing, finance or eBusiness.

Miami University’s popular 14-month MBA program sends students overseas for six weeks to work with employers in Vietnam, China and Spain.

All across Greater Cincinnati, higher education is adapting to student and global needs with innovative business programs. That means that full-time workers who want to study business only on Friday nights and Saturdays can find a degree or certificate program that fits.

And those who don’t want to travel to the big campuses for traditional business programs can find quality alternatives at smaller schools or satellite campuses.
 
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