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Master's Degree in Business Administration - Online MBA at UMass Lowell
Earn your accredited MBA online through UMass Lowell's College of Management. The University of Massachusetts Lowell's Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree program is designed to prepare managers to become effective leaders in a rapidly changing and diverse competitive environment. This MBA program puts great emphasis on using case studies, experiential learning techniques, and field programs applicable to a wide variety of commercial, industrial and not-for-profit settings to integrate theory and practice for students.
Accredited Online MBA Program
The UMass Lowell Online MBA Program is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). AACSB accreditation assures quality and promotes excellence and continuous improvement in business education.
For students who have taken undergraduate courses in Financial Accounting, Business Financial Analysis, Marketing Fundamentals, Operations Fundamentals, Organization Behavior, Global Enterprise and Competition and who have completed those courses with a grade of "B" or better within the past five years (this must be evidenced on your official transcript which you will submit along with your application into the program), the Online MBA program consists of a total of 10 courses (30 credits). For students who have not completed undergraduate coursework in the above areas, the Online MBA consists of a total of 16 courses (42 credits). Courses are offered online every Fall, Spring and Summer, allowing students many opportunities to take courses. Courses are asynchronous, meaning you can access your coursework any time, any where.
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As a non-degree student, you can take up to six credits in the Online MBA program before you are formally accepted to the program.
RESIDENTS OF Arkansas, Kansas and Minnesota: The University of Massachusetts Lowell is not presently accepting applications or registrations for online courses, degrees or certificate programs from residents of Arkansas, Kansas or Minnesota. Due to recent legislative changes the University of Massachusetts Lowell is not seeking state authorization to offer online programs in those states. State and federal laws require colleges and universities to receive state authorization to offer online programs in states other than their own. Current UML students that move their residence to one of these states should contact Catherine_Hamilton@uml.edu in Online and Continuing Education to determine their eligibility to continue their program of study.
Classification: Doctoral/Research University—Intensive
Loans Offered: Availability of financial aid varies depending on course status and matriculation. Check with your advisor to determine your eligibility and application procedures.
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