Graduate & Professional Programs

Online Master of Business Administration (MBA)

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An affordable online Master of Business Administration program designed for the working business professional.

Competent and experienced business leaders are needed in nearly every industry. Advance to the next level of your career with our online Master of Business Administration program. Through a comprehensive curriculum taught by exceptional professionals from diverse backgrounds, you will gain the skills you need to ethically lead in the workplace. Our faculty have extensive experience in their respective fields and industries. They understand the modern trends and standards in business, allowing you to be exposed to practical, solution-oriented skills that can be immediately applied in the workplace.

With a flexible, accelerated online format, you can earn your degree at your own pace. Through asynchronous seven-week courses, you can study whenever and wherever it’s most convenient, meaning that you never have to choose between your career and continuing education. Our fully online MBA program consists of 36 credit hours, including the option to customize your degree with a concentration in either Human Resource Management or Research Administration, and can be completed in two years or less.

As you prepare for an advanced role in today’s fast-paced environment, you will study topics such as:   

  • Business law  
  • Accounting  
  • Finance  
  • Operations  
  • Data analysis  
  • Human resource management  
  • Marketing management 
  • Leadership 
  • Economics  
  • Organizational strategy  

Develop your management skills through an institution with 100 years of educational expertise in building Boston’s success stories. Transform into a business leader who thinks holistically about their firm, industry and the economy with Emmanuel College’s online MBA program.  

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