Students who choose the distance option of the MBA offered by Auburn University will have the same academic features as the on-campus students. Students enrolled in the distance MBA see the same lectures, have the same professors, exams and projects as the full time, on-campus program. This AACSB accredited program offers a convenient delivery method that allows students to complete their degree with no work stoppage. If for any reason students are transferred from their current location, this degree option is portable and can go where they go.
An MBA from Auburn, consistently ranked among the top public universities in the nation, prepares individuals to enter the workplace in key leadership positions. Hands-on leadership training is integrated throughout the program.
Students completing the online MBA through Auburn University can begin their studies in either the fall or spring semesters. Students may choose up to four specializations in the online MBA:
Auburn University also has dual degree options with Management Information Systems (MSIS) and MSBA-Finance.
The program accommodates students with undergraduate degrees in all disciplines. The GMAT is required for all applicants except those with a Ph.D. or J.D. degree. The GMAT is the preferred admissions test, the program and admissions office will review a GRE score on a case by case basis. Only students living in the United States can participate in the Online MBA, with the exception of US Military Personnel. Personal Statement. Resume. Two Letters of Recommendations. Transcript.
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