BE MORE THAN YOUR GMAT SCORES. EARN AN MBA FROM AMERICAN.

The Kogod School of Business at American University prepares business leaders in a collaborative, student-centered learning environment. Kogod's interdisciplinary approach to business education prepares our graduates to succeed in a variety of leadership roles.

Complete your degree in 15 months

No GMAT/GRE requirement

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CORE COURSES INCLUDE:

  • Marketing Management
  • Business Law, Ethics, and Governance
  • Financial Accounting
  • Management Information Systems
  • Strategic Thinking for Decisions
  • Finance
  • Organizational Behavior
  • Human Resources

CONCENTRATIONS AVAILABLE:

Marketing

Learn to develop products, strategies, and marketing campaigns based on measurable customer needs.

Finance

Cultivate the financial expertise necessary to succeed in a career in governance, risk management, corporate finance, and more.

Cybersecurity

Use a management lens to focus on strategies and methods to prepare for, prevent, detect, and respond to cybersecurity risks.

International Business

Gain access to Kogod's global network of professors and alumni in all of the principal business domains.

Business Analytics

Build valuable skills in data manipulation and prepare for a career as a data-management specialist.

Consulting

Combine courses from analytics and management to enhance your strategic value to prospective employers.

If you are ready to learn more about MBA@American, request information today.

Experience a Diverse and Inclusive Learning Environment

The Kogod School of Business is committed to providing a diverse and welcoming classroom experience. Ranked the No. 3 business school for Greatest Resources for Minority Students¹ and the No. 4 business school for Greatest Resources for Women² by Princeton Review in 2018, the Kogod School offers students personalized support—giving them access to career resources, alumni events, and one-on-one mentorship from professors. The current class profile of MBA@American students is proof positive of this commitment, with a student body consisting of 49% underrepresented minority students* and 46% women³.

*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.

¹ According to The Princeton Review in 2018.
² According to The Princeton Review in 2018.
³ Data represents all students currently enrolled in the program as of August 10, 2018.