At the Kogod School of Business's online Master of Business Administration (MBA) program, we are committed to delivering an online MBA program that is both rigorous in its curriculum and supportive of students’ unique career goals. We evaluate potential students holistically and welcome a diverse group of professionals to our online MBA community.
Scholarships are available for qualifying applicants.
We believe that test scores are not the only predictors of success. Because of this, we do not require students to submit GMAT or GRE scores to apply.
Success as a business leader is not judged by test scores—it comes from insight and a passion for finding innovative, team-based solutions to today’s business challenges. That is why MBA@American has no GMAT or GRE requirement for admission.
To emerge as a leader in your field, you need to first have a solid understanding of core business principles. Business Fundamentals is the first course in the online MBA curriculum, where you will learn to think critically about all aspects of business and develop a strong foundation before diving further into advanced concepts in your core courses.
What matters to us most is not how many hoops students jump through to get into our program, but rather how we can help them succeed once they do. Students in our online MBA program are able to:
The Kogod School of Business is committed to providing a diverse and welcoming classroom experience. The current class profile of MBA@American students demonstrates this commitment, with a student body consisting of 48 percent women, 48 percent underrepresented minority students*, and 7 percent military affiliated.²
If you are ready to learn more about MBA@American, request information today.
¹ Best Online MBA Programs. (2021). Fortune. Retrieved from https://fortune.com/education/business/mba/rankings/best-online-mba-programs/ on May 20, 2021 ↑
² Data represents all students currently enrolled in the program as of July 2020.
This information includes Hispanic/Latino, black or African American, non-Hispanic/Latino, and American Indian or Alaska Native students, as well as two or more races when one or more are from the preceding racial and ethnic categories. ↑