SUNY Empire State College program will award graduate-level credit toward an MBA for relevant military training.
Implementation Dates: April 2012-December 2014
Description: The program assigns American Council on Education credit values for military training specialties that are relevant to civilian business leadership, reducing the time and tuition costs of program completion for many veterans. The program will also replace a traditional introductory MBA course with one specifically designed to serve veterans transitioning to civilian life and business leadership. The program's overall goal is to ease veterans' transition into civilian business leadership.
i2i Challenge Ideas being Implemented:
Progress Update November 2012: Helping Veterans Build the Skills They Need to Succeed
Project updates include the development of a project outline and the examination of more than 900 case recommendations. Hear from Empire State's Tai Arnold.
Progress Update August 2012: Empire State Adds Project Coordinator and Advisory Board
Empire State kicks off its Veteran and Service project with the formation of an advisory board made up of veteran services and military transition leaders who are now planning the cirriculum for the "Leading in a Civilian Context" course. Hear from Empire State's Tai Arnold.