University of Detroit Mercy to Offer MBA Program in Downtown Detroit

AACSB-accredited part-time program to be offered on the school's Riverfront Campus

Beginning this August, the University of Detroit Mercy's MBA program will be delivered in downtown Detroit.

The part-time MBA program's evening classes will be held on the school's Riverfront Campus. The school will continue to offer evening and weekend classes on its McNichols campus as well.

Detroit Mercy's MBA program is accredited by AACSB International. Its Riverfront Campus is some three miles away from Wayne State University's School of Business Administration, which also offers an AACSB-accredited flexible part-time MBA. 

To apply for the program, prospective candidates should have at least an undergraduate degree and a GMAT score. However, the GMAT can be waived for those whose undergraduate GPA was at least 3.0, or for those who have at least seven years of work experience.

Students who score a 600 or higher on the GMAT and may reduce their tuition by half, according to the program's webpage.

In 2013, the school was ranked by Corporate Knights as one of the top 30 business schools worldwide in terms of sustainability. However, the school fell off the ranking in 2014.

For more information, please see the University of Detroit Mercy's MBA program webpage.

Photo: Downtown Detroit by David Tansey / Creative Commons (cropped and rotated)

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