Earn an MBA in as Few as 10 Courses
Get to Know Our Master of Business Administration (MBA)
Our MBA program blends management theory with practical applications to help you steer companies with modern-day solutions. It emphasizes the skills and concepts that businesses look for in today’s workplace. In our MBA program, you’ll have the opportunity to learn from experienced faculty who can help you find new ways to solve business problems and develop management skills all while developing the data analysis and leadership capabilities to help you lead them forward. Start advancing your knowledge and skills in areas such as corporate management and cross-functional business leadership by enrolling in our MBA program today.
Our flexible MBA program also gives you the freedom to focus on 10 industry-focused specializations.
Classes Start Every 8 Weeks
Earn your Master's Degree in Business Administration in as little as 2 years + 2 months*—or even more quickly with qualifying transfer credits.
*Not including breaks. Assumes year-round, full-time enrollment.
What’s next for someone with an MBA? Graduates of our Master of Business Administration degree program may consider careers such as:
Business Operations Manager
Market Research Analyst
Operations Research Analyst
Core Degree Courses
|ACCT503||Financial Accounting: Managerial Use and Analysis|
|MGMT591||Leadership and Organizational Behavior|
|MIS5404||Innovation through Technology|
Choose any 1
|HRM591||Strategic Human Resource Management|
|HRM587||Managing Organizational Change|
Choose any 1
|INTL500||Global Perspectives for International Business|
|HRM584||Managing International Human Resources|
Choose any 1
|MGMT520||Legal, Political and Ethical Dimensions of Business|
General Degree Courses
|ACCT5004||Essentials in Accounting, Finance and Economics|
|MATH5344||Applied Managerial Statistics|
|MGMT5014||Organizational Structures and Business Processes|
FAQs: Master of Business Administration
What is a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree?
An MBA, or Master of Business Administration, is a graduate degree that aims to prepare students for higher-level positions, such as leadership roles, within the greater field of business. Unlike many other graduate degrees, which tend to be highly specialized, an MBA can be taken with a general approach or focus on a specific topic. Some areas of focus for an MBA can include accounting, finance and marketing. Many MBAs are also focused on career preparation which can be helpful as you grow in your career.
Can I get my MBA online?
Yes! You can earn your Master of Business Administration (MBA) online. At DeVry, we offer our MBA program in both hybrid (on-campus and online) and 100% online formats. We know that many of our MBA students are already working in the business field and are looking for a way to improve their comprehension of business while adding an important credential to their resume. Because of this, we offer our MBA program with flexible online options to enable you to study on your schedule.
How long does it take to get an MBA?
The time it takes to earn an MBA can vary, depending on the institution. At DeVry you can earn your MBA in as few as 10 courses2, depending on your course load and any qualifying transfer credits5.
Is an online MBA worth it?
We believe that an online MBA can absolutely be worth it if you wish to further your understanding of the business world and work toward your goals. People with MBA degrees may be positioned to pursue higher-level or leadership roles, as MBAs typically develop not only your industry insight but also your interpersonal and leadership skills. For example, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, top executives at large corporate companies will typically hold a bachelor’s degree or a master’s degree in a business-related field, such as an MBA6.
What can you do with a Master of Business Administration degree?
An MBA degree can be an excellent first step toward pursuing a higher-level position within a company. Some of the jobs that graduates of our MBA degree program may consider include:
- Business Operations Manager
- IT Director
- Management Analyst
- Market Research Analyst
- Marketing Manager
- Operations Research Analyst
- Product Manager
- Project Manager
What Our Students Have to Say
"My experience at Keller Graduate School of Management shaped my life personally and professionally. I became more confident and started my own part-time business because I believed in myself and stepped outside of the box."
Kersha Robinson | MBA in Business Administration, 2019