Seattle - Albers Launches Online MBA

School also announces an Online MS in Business Analytics

Seattle University's ​Albers School of Business and Economics has announced plans to launch a new Online MBA program.

Aimed at full-time professionals, the new Online MBA program is designed to be completed in two-and-a-half years. Besides the online components (the program includes 19 courses), the MBA will also include one on-campus retreat.

To apply for the Online MBA, prospective candidates should have at least two years of work experience plus a GMAT score of at least 500 (or a comparable GRE score). GMAT waivers are available for some applicants.

In addition to the Online MBA, Albers has also announced the launch of an Online Master of Science in Business Analytics. This program is designed to competed in two years, and will cover a variety of topics in business analytics, programming, and data science. To apply for this program, applicants should have a GMAT score of at least 550, although GMAT waivers are available.

Seattle - Albers is accredited by AACSB International.

For more information, please see the Seattle - Albers news release announcing the launch of the new online programs.


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