Earning a Master’s Degree in Business Administration, online at Alvernia University, is as much about the future of business as it is about the present. We provide a rich and innovative education in business that provides value in a constantly changing world. Our MBA program online courses will give you the fundamental knowledge you need to take on today's challenges.
Our flexible, online, and ethics-driven program provides a comprehensive approach to the fundamentals of business administration and the new developments every business professional needs to thrive. Students in the MBA program are delivered online follow the same curriculum as their on-campus counterparts. The virtual setting allows students to share the classroom from any location.
Students can also elect to take some of their courses in the classroom since the course content is identical.
Get your degree on time and on target.
Our MBA program online lets you earn your degree at a faster pace than traditional programs. Most students take two classes per semester, and courses are offered in 8-week modules that provide students the opportunity to focus on one course at a time yet complete two courses per semester.
A strong business skill set.
Our small class size helps ensure you’ll receive personalized learning and attention to build a strong business skill set. Our cooperative culture emphasizes working with other students to achieve objectives — a powerful and necessary skill in today’s complex, fast-paced business environment. You will also put your customized skills into practice during your last semester with a final project in the capstone course Executive Leadership Seminar.
Learn from business-savvy faculty and instructors.
Our faculty members and instructors have real-world expertise as impressive as their academic backgrounds. Trained in adult online learning and committed to furthering your education in an online format, they continually refine what they teach to reflect what’s really happening in the world.
Graduate with an Accredited MBA in as little as 1 year.
Accelerate your career goals by immersing yourself for one year and taking between 30 and 39 credits. The core courses in this program provide additional understanding in business skills, while a choice of an elective helps to personalize the degree to any field. The elective choice will be made from the following areas: corporate, accounting, entrepreneurship, human resources, marketing and communications, and not-for-profit/government.
Alvernia University’s Business Department programs are accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) and by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education.
View the curriculum required for this degree, read the course descriptions, look at the MBA delivered online course schedule, read about the MBA program in our Graduate Brochure (PDF), learn more about our admission process, or request more information.
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