The Eller Online MBA program offers the perfect blend of academic excellence and schedule adaptability. The program offers six starting date options per year, then allows you to finish at any pace that works for you—completing your degree in as little as 14 months or as much as two and a half years. You’ll finish with the skills and knowledge that uphold the Eller reputation in the business world, all without sacrificing too much work or family time along the way.
Online MBA courses are offered in a carousel format, repeating every 14 months.
There are two sessions per semester, and a typical session offers two core courses and a minimum of two electives. To complete your degree, you’ll take 45 credits, including 28 core units and 17 elective units.
Today’s global marketplace is rapidly evolving. Here, you’ll learn to not only stay a step ahead—you’ll learn to truly lead, wherever you set your sights in the business world. We’ll cover areas including:
- A core set of rigorous and analytically oriented business topics such as finance, accounting, marketing, economics, operations, management, information systems, leadership and business communications.
- The fundamentals for success in individual and team-based settings
- Experiential learning, managerial and business communications capabilities and professional development activities
- An optional Global Business Experience trip
Earn a resume-boosting concentration by taking grouped electives. Concentrations are available in:
- Health Care Management
- Management and Organizations
- Privacy and Security
To complete your units of electives, you’ll choose from options ranging from Health Economics to Integrative Leadership to Social Media Marketing. View all our online MBA electives:
The same highly-regarded faculty who teach in the on-ground MBA programs teach in the Online MBA. Most hold doctoral degrees and are published experts in their fields of research.
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Data sources: IPEDS, National Center of Educational Statistics, U.S. Department of Education, Institute of Education Sciences (ERIC), Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), 520 MBA Schools, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). If you notice errors in the MBA program database, please contact us.