Here’s How You Can Earn an MBA on Apple Vision Pro

Germany's Tomorrow University announced a new master's of business administration program formatted specifically for the new Apple Vision Pro.
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  • Tomorrow University is offering a new online master of business administration (MBA) program on the newly released Apple Vision Pro.
  • The sustainability-focused MBA comes with a price tag of $21,000, although that includes the cost of the Apple Vision Pro.
  • Tomorrow University leaders hope the virtual reality technology will help enhance the social aspect of an online degree program.
  • The degree includes concentrations in various high-demand areas, like green energy and artificial intelligence.

As online master of business administration (MBA) programs grow in popularity among working professionals, a new learning format is emerging for students: the Apple Vision Pro.

Tomorrow University, a state-recognized higher education institution in Germany, is launching a new Impact MBA x Vision program to offer the popular graduate business degree in the U.S. on the Apple Vision Pro.

The program integrates Tomorrow University's Impact MBA onto the new Apple Vision Pro headset. The Impact MBA focuses on sustainability and innovation and includes a wide variety of specializations — from environment and social governance to green energy, tech, and artificial intelligence (AI).

Total tuition for the program is $21,000 and includes an Apple Vision Pro, according to the program website. That puts the program well below the average total cost of a traditional, full-time MBA and about on par with other part-time, online MBA programs.

The Impact MBA x Vision program features one live session a week, as well as asynchronous learning for built-in flexibility. The program has 2024 intakes in March, May, and September as part of a cohort-based model.

Tomorrow University Founder and CEO Thomas Funke said on LinkedIn that the program will allow an immersive and more social online MBA experience.

"In the past 20 years we have seen great ed-techs emerge," Funke wrote. "They made knowledge more accessible. Often through high quality videos or online lectures. One of the things that often fell short was social learning. Today, we luckily have everything at our hands to go beyond. We can focus on growing our social and emotional intelligence. We can use the benefits of technology for social learning while seeing the world as our campus and making flexibility a priority."

Sustainability MBAs Pick Up Steam

Sustainability is growing in importance for both prospective students and employers alike, with climate change breaching the top 10 most important topics for potential MBA students in a 2023 study.

A growing number of schools in the United States and beyond have moved to make sustainability a key part of their graduate business curriculum. The international business school INSEAD, for example, opted to overhaul its curriculum last year to focus on sustainability in all of its 14 core MBA courses.

INSEAD officials at the time underscored the importance of preparing leaders who can make a positive social and environmental impact.

"The renewed curriculum aims to equip students with the knowledge and tools so that they can make the right choices and have their own positive impact during their careers," Urs Peyer, INSEAD dean of degree programs, said in a press release at the time.

"When they make and create solutions for a business, they will take into account the social and environmental impact. When they lead a business and appreciate the financial performance, they also keep in mind progress."

That 2023 momentum for sustainability-focused MBA programs has continued into 2024. The University of California, Berkeley's Haas School of Business and Rausser College of Natural Resources announced in January that they will launch a concurrent MBA and master of climate solutions program starting in fall 2024.

"Future business leaders will require a depth of training in both business and climate change to work across disciplines and execute competitive strategies," Berkeley Haas Dean Ann Harrison said in a January release. "This new program will provide a breadth of skill sets, equipping our grads to lead in building a sustainable, low-carbon future."

The Michigan Ross School of Business launched an environmental, social, and governance (ESG) concentration for its full-time MBA students starting in 2024. Jerry Davis, the Gilbert and Ruth Whitaker professor of business administration and professor of management and organizations at Ross, said in a release that business "can be a positive force for progress in the world, and the ESG concentration prepares Ross graduates to make that happen."

Tomorrow University's Apple Vision Pro MBA offers a blend of flexible learning and sustainability curriculum that encapsulates current trends in business education, with schools looking for ways to blend flexibility with high-demand skill education.

"This will take our academic programs to new heights," Funke wrote on LinkedIn. "This launch is specifically designed to equip future leaders with the most in-demand skills, enabling them to drive meaningful impact. Our students can now learn without pausing their careers and lives. This makes it easy for them to become future leaders in the field of sustainability.”