MBA Degree Programs
The business world is evolving, and technology is constantly changing the way we work and connect to one another. A Master of Business Administration (MBA)1 from DeVry University’s Keller Graduate School of Management can help you stay competitive in today’s ever-changing markets.
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Our MBA degree program can help you develop business and leadership skills you need to prepare to pursue career advancement. Our Master of Business Administration program is designed to help you learn how to solve modern-day problems through innovative thinking and future-forward solutions utilizing current technology in today's digitally driven business world.
For motivated working professionals who want to develop management expertise, standing still is not an option. With career demands and personal commitments, taking classes on campus might not be an option either. To help you achieve your goals, Keller offers a hybrid or fully online MBA program taught by our knowledgeable professors, each of whom bring practical experience in the areas they teach.
Flexible scheduling means you can take classes when and how you choose. And with Keller's experienced staff, you'll have the support you need to navigate decisions and challenges.
Classes Start Every 8 Weeks
Whether you know exactly where you're heading, or you're still planning your next steps, it all starts with a simple conversation. Let’s talk.
Looking for a fast path to graduation? Our 10-course MBA may be a good fit for you.
Earn your MBA and get a graduate certificate along the way2
MBA Core Courses
When pursuing an MBA degree, there are a variety of different classes that you may take. Here is a quick overview of some core classes, along with a brief description of each course:
Financial Accounting: Managerial Use and Analysis
This course covers the high-level use of accounting for managers. It focuses on building an understanding of how accounting practices work in order to enable you to better analyze the way that this field impacts the overall health of an organization.
Business economics helps students understand high-level economic principles in order to help them better allocate resources and manpower within a company.
This course aims to teach students about finance within the corporate world. After completing this course, you should have a stronger grasp on how to approach the financial aspects of a business.
Leadership and Organizational Behavior
Work to better understand how leadership techniques and practices influence the way an organization is run, and what tools and motivational methods are most effective.
Innovation through Technology
Find out how technological innovations drive the success of businesses in the modern age. Discover new ways to take advantage of these technologies to drive your business success.
Gain insight into how marketing initiatives can be strategically deployed to increase brand recognition and positive brand associations.
What Is an MBA Degree Used for?
Earning an MBA degree is a great step toward developing a deeper understanding of business practices, interpersonal skills and leadership abilities. Most commonly, people choose to earn an MBA degree in order to further specialize their skillset or to improve their leadership and organizational capabilities as they prepare to pursue management roles in their chosen industry.
Is an Online MBA Degree Difficult?
Earning an MBA online is no more difficult than earning an MBA in person. If anything, earning an MBA degree online can be easier for some because it allows you greater flexibility when it comes to class attendance and assignment completion. This can enable you to take classes while you work a job or care for your family, which may be more challenging with in-person classes. Find out how to get started today!
Job Opportunities with an MBA Degree
Some careers that people with an MBA degree may consider include:
- Product Manager
- Project Manager
Keep in mind that the requirements for these jobs may vary depending on the company you’re applying to. Job titles and requirements are not standardized across the wider business industry, so while you may meet the application requirements to be a marketing manager at one company, it doesn’t mean that you will meet those requirements at every company.
"My professors did everything to help me succeed: met me in class early, emailed in the middle of the night, had phone calls. They really cared."