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Masters In Economics Degree | American University Online


Admissions Overview
Kogod's online programs have four start dates throughout the year: October, January, April, and July.

[email protected] is Kogod’s Master of Business Administration (MBA) program delivered online. As with the on-campus program, [email protected] is designed for domestic and global business professionals who want to start or advance their career.

The Kogod School of Business has been a part of the Washington, D.C., business community for 60 years. It takes a distinctive approach to business education, recognizing that 21st century development relies upon partnerships between corporations, government—federal, state, and local—and nonprofit enterprises. [email protected] engages students across the broad domain of business, including accounting, finance, marketing, international business, and analytics, in preparation for a managerial career path.

[email protected] is a student-centered program, with Kogod faculty leading courses that explore the importance of interpersonal relationships and collaborative learning. Students benefit from the relationships they build in both the online classroom and during in-person immersion experiences, growing and learning from professors, business leaders, and one another. [email protected] emphasizes the importance of connection over competition and focuses on practice-based, experiential learning.

Blending online classes and real-world learning, [email protected] offers students around the world a chance to earn a Kogod degree. Online students are full members of the Kogod community, with all the resources and support of our on-campus students.

American University’s Kogod School of Business is accredited by The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB International). AACSB accreditation represents the highest standard of achievement for business schools worldwide.

Admissions Overview
Kogod's online programs have four start dates throughout the year: October, January, April, and July.

[email protected] is Kogod’s Master of Business Administration (MBA) program delivered online. As with the on-campus program, [email protected] is designed for domestic and global business professionals who want to start or advance their career.

The Kogod School of Business has been a part of the Washington, D.C., business community for 60 years. It takes a distinctive approach to business education, recognizing that 21st century development relies upon partnerships between corporations, government—federal, state, and local—and nonprofit enterprises. [email protected] engages students across the broad domain of business, including accounting, finance, marketing, international business, and analytics, in preparation for a managerial career path.

[email protected] is a student-centered program, with Kogod faculty leading courses that explore the importance of interpersonal relationships and collaborative learning. Students benefit from the relationships they build in both the online classroom and during in-person immersion experiences, growing and learning from professors, business leaders, and one another. [email protected] emphasizes the importance of connection over competition and focuses on practice-based, experiential learning.

Blending online classes and real-world learning, [email protected] offers students around the world a chance to earn a Kogod degree. Online students are full members of the Kogod community, with all the resources and support of our on-campus students.

American University’s Kogod School of Business is accredited by The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB International). AACSB accreditation represents the highest standard of achievement for business schools worldwide.

A fraternity house located off the campus of American University had so much booze inside the air tested positive for alcohol, police said.  (Google Earth images)

Police said they were called to the scene after neighbors complained of the noise coming from the house. The officers were allowed inside where they found the windows covered, scattered bottles and cans of beer and a sticky basement floor.

Officers found eight people huddled together in a bathroom and one partygoer who jumped out of a second-floor window to avoid police. Officers noted the home’s air had a .01 reading on a breathalyzer, court documents obtained by the television station stated.

The six students who lived at the home, Ashton Acosta, Matthew Berger, Jeffrey Becker, Tristan Ralph, Kevin Alkinburg and Anthony Acosta were charged with 126 counts of “allowing underage possession of alcohol and furnishing alcohol to a minor,” court documents stated.

The students, all part of Sigma Alphia Epsilon, allegedly refused to tell police how they acquired the large amount of alcohol. The fraternity members each also face “up to $315,000 in fines pertaining to their stack of criminal charges.”

American University confirmed to WJLA that the fraternity members were all enrolled at the college. Alkingburg, Berger and Ralph were all on the fraternity’s executive board, according to the television station.


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