If you need to advance your career sooner than later, you've found the online MBA that can fit into your busy life.
Southern New Hampshire University's new Master of Business Administration program has the flexibility you need to get where you want to go while positioning yourself for career advancement in about 1 year.
And at just under $19,000 – total tuition – our accredited online MBA program is also an affordable solution that can fit your budget.
Plus, you won't only earn an MBA. We revised our curriculum in 2021, so that in each course throughout the program, there's an opportunity for you to earn industry-recognized business credentials as well. You can gain a competitive advantage each term as you fill your resume with your additional skill sets and certificates.
"The exciting thing about this degree is that we left behind preconceived notions about what an MBA program is and really leaned forward into what it should be by thoughtfully anticipating the future," said Dr. Andrew Gallion, an adjunct instructor at SNHU who served as a subject-matter expert for the university's new master's program. "We looked at current trends to predict what skills will be required. ... This program will certainly differentiate itself with a different focus on the future whereas most programs focus on the present."
Learn how to:
- Analyze and interpret data for decision-making
- Develop and foster adaptable strategies for an organization
- Evaluate and implement various models and processes in the design and continuous improvement of organizations and their practices
- Cultivate globally aware and culturally responsive teams and organizations
- Create and implement plans around culture, ethical and legal standards, and sustainable practices
You can also choose from 15+ career-focused concentrations, to tailor the program more closely to your personal interest. Popular concentrations include healthcare management, project management and human resources.
With close to 7,000 students and a network of 14,000 alumni, the MBA is one of SNHU's most well-respected and rigorously maintained academic programs.
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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.