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Master of Business Administration (MBA) Online
George Mason brings its unique perspective from the Washington D.C. world stage to an online MBA program. Prepare to lead in the new era of business with a diverse skillset and global expertise you can immediately apply to a broad range of industries and in-demand leadership opportunities. Through the online MBA at Mason, students are able to obtain a Business Analytics Certificate or are able to take the certificate program independently. With the Business Analytics Certificate option, students will be able to gain the skills needed for big data through hands on-use of modeling and other techniques.
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Why Choose Mason's MBA?
- No GRE or GMAT Required
- COMPLETE IN LESS
THAN 3 YEARS
- 48 Credit
- Earn your MBA in 33
months and put what you learn to work immediately in your current role
- Mason’s School of Business
is recognized by the
Association to Advance Collegiate
Schools of Business Accreditation Standards
- A core curriculum with
a variety of electives
to explore the breadth
of business and leadership
Connect with a diverse online student body and the same faculty of industry shapers and innovators who teach our on-campus MBA courses. You’ll gain an understanding of business leadership in a rigorous, engaging business and management curriculum, which emphasizes four primary areas:
Preparing MBA Leaders and Innovators
George Mason’s online MBA prepares the next generation of business, government, and public institution leaders. We delve into the technical and human aspects of successful management of enterprises in the ever-evolving global market space. Our program has a proven track record for advancing position and pay for graduates, who also benefit from life-long access to George Mason’s career services.