Online Master of Business Administration Program
The Online MBA program offers the same high-quality content of our full-time campus program to students who need a flexible option to accommodate their lifestyle.
Designed and instructed by our award-winning staff, the Online MBA curriculum will give you the skills to develop cross-cultural global business strategies that will prepare you to integrate and synthesize information from all business disciplines. You’ll analyze ethical management, problem-solving, and decision-making. Our applied approach ensures that you understand how to lead, manage, and network in real-world business settings.
Verna Supel, Program Director, Online MBA
Learning for a Lifetime
HU School of Business
Graduates who complete the program are more culturally aware and equipped to think critically, solve problems, and confidently make decisions as a business leader.
You will learn to identify and mobilize talent across an organization and develop strategies for solving complex business problems, nationally and internationally.
Gain access to an extensive and proud alumni network that reaches across the globe, opening doors of opportunity and connectivity to major corporations and organizations.
Good corporate citizenship is essential to building a successful company and career. Learn to champion a business that benefits the greater good while being attentive and respectful to the needs of humankind. Examine important legal and ethical business issues that can impact your integrity and morality.
Students focus on evolving industry issues and use an integrated approach to explore problem-solving and decision-making. You’ll learn to recognize the impact each decision has on the organization as a whole, and balance growth potential with risk management.
Explore a holistic view of business that considers the financial, ethical, and human factors that can shape your outlooks and perspectives. Discover new ways to create an environment that encourages and operationalizes innovation throughout the organization.
Online MBA with Full-Time Value
Learn to lead and manage using innovative strategies to solve business problems nationally and internationally. Students will have an opportunity to contribute their diverse perspectives to the business world, creating a truly global education.
International Immersion Opportunities
Who is This Program For?
Our Online MBA students are global business leaders and entrepreneurs in the private, public, and nonprofit sectors. The course curriculum is designed for early to mid-career professionals who want to grow as business leaders. Each student brings a unique background that adds to our collective learning environment. It is the perfect program for candidates who want to expand their expertise in global learning within an environment where they can be their authentic selves.
Is this the right program for me?
- I have at least 2 years of professional experience.
- I have a Bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited university.
- I want to further my education and learn more about business skills such as accounting, finance, marketing, entrepreneurship, and more.
- Does the OMBA curriculum match my professional skills and goals?
Your Learning Journey
Coursework for the Online MBA has a total of 48 credit hours consisting of 11 core courses and five electives. The comprehensive curriculum creates culturally aware change agents in the business and socio-economic environments.
This introductory course builds an understanding and awareness of organizational operations and oversight. Students deep dive into management, exploring the subtopics of planning, organizing, leading, and controlling. You will discover how organizations leverage their scarce resources to achieve their goals. This course provides students with an overview of management and insights into organizational structures.
In this fundamental accounting course, students apply executive, management, planning, and control processes to evaluate transactions and prepare and analyze financial statements.
This course examines the managerial use of statistical concepts and data analysis, covering topics such as descriptive statistics, probability, sampling, statistical inference and correlation, and regression analysis. Students become familiar with the Office Automation Systems and standard statistical software.
This course helps develop an understanding of financial management, with a focus on the valuation of cash flows, the relationship between risk and return, capital budgeting, and working capital management.
Prerequisite: Financial Accounting
Production and operations are the management of processes used by businesses when manufacturing their goods and services. Students will study the design, management, and improvement of production systems for efficiency and effectiveness. The course prepares students for various careers within efficient operations management, with a focus on analytically based decision-making and the improvement of processes, quality, and productivity.
This course dissects the strategy behind a firm’s marketing efforts when targeting their audience. Specifically, this course seeks to develop a student in two ways: (1) understanding of how the firm can benefit by creating and delivering value to its customers, and (2) further their skills in conceptual analysis and the application of marketing tools that improve segmentation and targeting, branding, pricing, distribution, and promotion. Students participate in lectures and case discussions, case write-ups, student presentations, and a comprehensive final examination to achieve these objectives.
This course develops a foundation of concepts and solutions that supports the planning, scheduling, controlling, resource allocation, and performance measurement activities required for the successful completion of a project.
Dive into a course overview of all information systems, including the integration of management, information, and systems concepts into a unified framework. Topics include management information systems development, design, implementation, and evaluation strategies.
This course provides a comprehensive overview of the entrepreneurship process. Topics include, but are not limited to, creativity and innovation, entrepreneurship, feasibility analysis, venture finance, and business plan development.
Prerequisite: Organizational Behavior and Leadership
This course is an in-depth study of the application of accounting methods to solve business management problems. You’ll gain knowledge, insights, and analytical skills to design, implement, and plan and control systems strategies. Topics covered include transfer pricing budget preparation, management compensation, motivation, and goal congruence.
Prerequisites: Financial Accounting and Financial Management
Learn to develop business plans that solve complex problems. This capstone course involves the formulation and implementation of corporate strategy. Topics include long-range planning, acquisitions and mergers, and business policy. Students will present their findings to a panel of faculty and top industry professionals, then receive feedback and recommendations for moving forward. Dean and other faculty will attend.
Dr. Anthony Anderson
Dr. Allison J. Morgan Bryant
Dr. Wen Gong
Dr. Subodh Kulkarni
Dr. Anupam Kumar
Information Systems & Supply Chain Management
Dr. Russell Price
Finance & International Business
Dr. Rayshad Holmes
Dr. Anthony D. Wilbon, PMP
Tuition for the Online MBA
Per Credit Hour
Scholarships and financial aid are available for eligible applicants.
Waived for those enrolling in Summer 2020, Fall 2020 or Spring 2021 Cohorts.
Waived for previous HU students and graduates and applied towards tuition.
Key Dates and Deadlines
Now enrolling for our Summer 2021 Cohort.
- Priority Submit Deadline
- January 18, 2021
- Priority II Submit Deadline
- February 1, 2021
- Final Submit Deadline
- March 1, 2021
Start of Classes
- April 2021
- Online MBA
- April 2021
No upcoming events.
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