The University of Scranton - Kania School of Management - Online MBA
800 Linden St.
Scranton, PA 18510
The online Master of Business Administration program offered at The University of Scranton mimics the traditional, face-to-face MBA program offered on campus. Designed for the working professional, the online MBA program emphasizes a set of skills and perspectives needed to succeed in the increasingly fast-paced, global and technology-oriented business environment.
The online program format provides working professionals with convenient and flexible access to a high-quality MBA program without the need to interrupt their careers. With 7 career-focused concentrations, students can choose an MBA that aligns with their professional goals. These specialized concentrations include:
- Enterprise Resource Planning
- Healthcare Management
- Human Resources Management
- Operations Management
- International Business
- General MBA
Founded on the tradition of Jesuit education, this MBA program is distinguished by its strong emphasis on ethics, social responsibility, and technology-enhanced management skills. The excellence of the Kania School of Management's faculty and curriculum is confirmed by the highest designation possible for business schools worldwide. The University of Scranton's MBA program is accredited by AACSB International —The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business.
The University of Scranton, Scranton PA
The University of Scranton is committed to helping you maximize your potential through a learning environment that is active and reflective. Such active learning empowers students and instills in them a confident sense of their own ability to change the world. Their online courses are designed to give you a deep understanding of your field.
This institution is a selective and highly ranked university, one of just 28 Jesuit colleges and universities in the United States. You only need to look at the positive rankings and reviews awarded to The University of Scranton for academic rigor, best business school, and great value to see why The University of Scranton is consistently ranked among the top universities in the U.S.
The Business School
The Kania School of Management at The University of Scranton is among a small number of institutions accredited by the AACSB International (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business). Only about 5% of educational institutions worldwide that offer business degrees have achieved this distinction. The Kania School of Management's current online graduate degree and certificate programs.
Students must have an accredited bachelor's degree with a minimum 2.75 GPA, as well as 3 or more years of professional work experience in addition to:
- Professional Resume
- Statement of Intent
- Case study (topic provided by your Program Manager during the application process)
- 3 Letters of Reference- At least one reference must be from a supervisor or other professional reference
- No GRE/GMAT scores required for entry
For additional application information please contact a Program Manager today by calling 866-373-9547.
The University of Scranton's Online MBA program has 6 start dates throughout the year. A Program Manager can help you apply for a start date that works best for you by calling 866-373-9547.
Programs at Scranton - Online MBA
Enterprise Resource Planning
- Students can take up to six years to complete the MBA
- Some students may be required to take an additional 12 credit hours of foundation modules
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