About Quinnipiac University
Since its founding in 1929, Quinnipiac University has emerged as a national leader in higher education. Quinnipiac offers over 80 programs to 6,000 undergraduate and 2,500 graduate and law students though its School of Business, School of Communications, School of Medicine, School of Health Sciences, College of Arts and Sciences, School of Law and School of Education.
Online Learning Expertise and National Recognition
Quinnipiac’s student-centered technology led PC Magazine and the Princeton Review to rate Quinnipiac among the nation’s top 10 “most wired” campuses. The University has been delivering online education since 2001 and has received recognition for the quality of its online courses from the Sloan Consortium and Quality Matters. Quinnipiac is well known for the Quinnipiac University Polling Institute; our independent poll is frequently cited by journalists, public officials and researchers.
The University is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges. In addition, the School of Business maintains the exclusive 'Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business' (AACSB) international accreditation.
Ranked within the Top Online Education Honor Roll for Graduate programs by U.S. News & World Report.
Since 2001 our experience in online learning means we understand how to deliver an online learning experience that exceeds expectations.
All of our School of Business online graduate programs maintain the exclusive AACSB accreditation, one more distinction our graduates enjoy.
The MBA program is the only one of our online programs that requires scores from either the GMAT or GRE for admission consideration. School of Business programs include:
- MBA – Health Care Management
- Master of Science in Organizational Leadership
- Human Resource Leadership
- Public Service/Nonprofit Leadership
- Strategic Leadership
- Master of Science in Information Technology
- Master of Science in Interactive Media
Additional online graduate programs and certificates include:
- Master of Science in Teacher Leadership
Bridget Maybury of New York City completed one of our online certificate programs. She says, “I’m a people person, so I was reluctant about taking a course online. I questioned how everything would be interpreted and wondered if I would get the most out of it, but it’s amazing how the courses are set up. You can watch videos, download reading materials and forms and print everything out. The professors are always checking in. I really enjoyed it.”
Cynthia Smith of Stratford, Conn., completed her master’s degree in organizational leadership. She says, “I had done a lot of reading about organizational leadership and the curriculum seemed to be right on target to what the business needs of today are. I’ve always had people reporting to me or working on projects for me, and the curriculum was very tied in to that. What I really liked was that it was a hybrid. You still have that personal connection with instructors and peers in your cohort, but you’re not limited by time and space.“