Whether you need the support to earn your degree in a classroom setting or want to get there faster, and on your own, our two Master of Business Administration programs can prepare you to step up — and stand out.
Why choose us?
Our MBA programs enable you to:
Prepare for a new career, while balancing work and life
Learn from instructors who work in the fields they teach
Gain relevant skills you can use on the job
Take four concurrent courses in our competency-based MBA or one course at a time in our traditional program
Have confidence in your degree, because it’s accredited by the ACBSP
The Competency-Based program requires additional admission requirements:
An undergraduate degree, or higher, in business or business management
A cumulative GPA of 2.5
Three years of experience within the past 10 years in a business environment
Careers & Outcomes
What can you do with a Master of Business Administration ?
An MBA can help prepare you to be a:
General Manager (GM)
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, job growth for operations research analysts is projected to be much faster than average between 2020 and 2030.
BLS projections are not specific to University of Phoenix students or graduates.
Accreditation & Faculty
Count on the quality of your education
Experienced faculty will guide and assist you on learning activities and exercises to help build your knowledge in areas where you will be assessed to demonstrate your level of learning and comprehension for a competency. Faculty then will help support you by providing robust feedback and further development opportunities on your authentic assessments to assist you in reaching mastery.
Master of Business Administration programs have been reaffirmed for accreditation until 2027 by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP), ensuring the quality of your education.
What does that mean in real life? ACBSP-accredited business programs are committed to quality standards.
Our traditional Master of Business Administration allows you to take one course at a time, whereas competency-based programs are designed for you to take several 16-week courses concurrently, both allowing you the flexibility to demonstrate mastery that fits within your schedule — and the flexibility to balance work, life and school throughout your degree program.