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On-Campus and Online MBA Programs

Master of Business Administration (MBA) degrees are the most prominent advanced credentials in the business world. Completing your on-campus or online MBA program prepares you to handle a variety of complex jobs necessary to start, manage and grow a business. You can specialize your education with an MBA that has a particular concentration; some popular specialties include executive MBA programs and marketing MBA programs. Many business schools that offer quality MBA degrees are accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). Request more information about online MBA programs from the schools listed below!



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Kaplan University

UMassOnline

Regis University, College for Professional Studies

University of Phoenix

California State University

Colorado State University

American University

UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School

George Mason University

Northcentral University

University of Maryland

Southern New Hampshire University

University Of Alabama Birmingham

Grand Canyon University

Saint Mary's University of Minnesota

Washington State University

Full Sail University

The Catholic University of America

Keller Graduate School of Management

Utica College

Northeastern University

Marylhurst University

Capella University

New England College

Walden University

American University

Brandeis University

Brandman University Online

Norwich University

University of Southern California

Benedictine University

Lewis University

Quinnipiac University Online

Ohio University

Michigan State University

Florida Tech University Online

St. Francis University

Kent State University

Pepperdine University

The George Washington University

Gannon University

Saint Joseph’s University

Our Lady of the Lake University

Notre Dame de Namur University

Queens University of Charlotte

Abilene Christian University

Columbia College

Sacred Heart University

University of Saint Mary

Academy of Art

MBA Program Requirements

Graduate business programs are often selective. In order to be admitted to an MBA program at an accredited school, you will generally need a bachelor’s degree and an acceptable score on the Graduate Management Admissions (GMAT) test.

Most MBA programs prefer students who earned their bachelor’s degree in business or a closely related field (such as finance or marketing). However, if you have significant and relevant workplace experience, many business graduate schools will accept any bachelor’s degree. Additionally, some institutions now offer no GMAT MBA programs.

The nation’s best MBA programs often look for additional qualifications. Activities like starting your own small business, becoming a member of your local chamber of commerce, and participating in college business plan competitions can all help land you a coveted spot at a top institution.

Job Outlook for On-Campus and Online MBA Program Graduates

Whether you earn your MBA degree online or on-campus, it can provide you with the skills and knowledge you need to take your business career to the next level. Here are some positions your MBA can qualify you for, along with salary and job growth data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS):

  • Chief executive ($168,140 median annual income, 5% job growth through 2020)
  • Financial manager ($109,740 median annual income, 9% job growth through 2020)
  • HR manager ($99,720 median annual income, 13% job growth through 2020)
  • Marketing manager ($119,480 median annual income, 14% job growth through 2020)
  • PR manager ($91,810 median annual income, 21% job growth through 2020)