The business world is becoming increasingly global and mobile. Companies seek out leaders with business knowledge as well as practical experience. UB’s Master of Business Administration in Management (MBA) online program was created specifically to educate individuals looking to adapt and thrive in an ever-evolving business environment.
The MBA online program offers a valuable education for aspiring and practicing managers in any industry or field of endeavor. This graduate program provides early to mid-career professionals with the breadth and depth of theoretical knowledge and practical skills necessary for effective leadership in an increasingly international and dynamic environment. Our innovative, interdisciplinary, and interactive online MBA cohort model emphasizes leadership, teamwork, analytical thinking, competencies, and communication to give you a competitive edge for success.
Students holding a bachelor’s degree in a business related field will be able to complete the online MBA program in just one year. While this short time frame may seem overwhelming to some, UB’s online MBA program gives students breaks between each session giving students the ability to better keep up with personal and professional responsibilities. UB’s online MBA is also one of the most competitively priced programs in the Northeast allowing for maximum Return on Investment (ROI) for the student.
The MBA in Management online is a 30-credit program* consisting of 10 courses including core management foundation classes, in-depth concentration courses of the student’s choice and capstone courses that integrate each student’s learning in practical situations. UB’s unique blend of management, entrepreneurship and international classes was created to teach a wide variety of skills — from managing capital for a start-up company to project management in a global corporation.
Although students with work experience will find maximum benefit from the MBA, no previous work experience is required.
As a UB MBA student, you will:
*MBA students may be required to take additional prerequisite courses based on previous academic history.