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When you earn an MBA, you build skills in communication, team collaboration, data analysis, and data-driven decision-making that help you advance as a leader. What you learn can take you further on your career path and open doors in the world of business.
Every MBA experience is unique for the person who starts the program. That’s why our online MBA lets you focus on your goals, giving you the potential to learn the skills you need.
Our MBA specializations are designed to help you gain leadership skills, while giving you the flexibility to live your life while you earn your degree.
Learn more about admissions requirements, costs, and courses for your specialization.
Each of us has unique preferences for the way we learn. That’s why we offer two online learning formats—GuidedPath and FlexPath—to give you options. Both provide 100% competency-based learning. Not sure which learning path to choose? Our Path Finder Quiz can help you decide.
See how you can save on your MBA tuition. You may be able to transfer credits from courses you completed at other accredited institutions, get tuition assistance through your employer, or receive a discount if you’ve served in the military. You might also be eligible for a $3,000 MBA scholarship—enroll in a qualified program, apply for the scholarship, and meet the eligibility requirements.
Choose your path, pick your courses, then build the skills you want to develop. Our Self-Designed MBA lets you personalize your learning to fit your career goals. Choose from business electives such as marketing, finance, or operations, and select eligible grad-level courses that help you focus on the area in business you want to pursue.
Earning an MBA can be a great investment for many reasons. It shows that you’re committed to advancement in your career, and that you’re familiar with in-depth research, data analysis, critical thinking, and management techniques. Earning your MBA can also help you develop contacts with your professional colleagues and peers, as well as potential employers.