Your academic counselor will help schedule your courses for a Master of Business Administration degree.
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An MBA degree stands for Master of Business Administration. This is a graduate degree that delves into the study of business management and administration. Courses focus on critical thinking and effective management so that MBA program graduates are prepared to lead organizations of any size into the future. You can choose a traditional MBA program that allows you to take one course at a time, or a competency-based MBA program designed for you to take several 16-week courses concurrently. Regardless of which program you choose, you’ll learn 33 career-relevant skills with our Master of Business Administration degrees.
An online MBA lets you attend class whenever it fits your life—days or evenings.
You can choose either traditional or competency based. Select a degree that best fits your needs.
Choose a traditional online MBA if you:
Choose a competency-based online MBA if you:
University of Phoenix offers professional career services and information and assistance to help you on your MBA journey.
Gain access to professional career coaching, resumé building and interview prep. Find information on personal brand development and job support. Through virtual job fairs and networking with the alumni community, we've made it easy to tap into the professional experience and connections of your peers and colleagues at the University.
You can attend class whenever it fits your life—days or evenings.
Access regularly updated and expanded online information in our University Library. We also offer help in math and writing
The University of Phoenix admission requirements include: