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Program Details

The Master of Business Administration is an online degree offered by Robert Morris University. This program aims to prepare students with the necessary skills and knowledge needed in subjects such as finance, accounting, marketing, human resources, operations management, etc. This MBA program emphasizes problem-solving orientation as well as real-time issues that help to identify and implement strategic and tactical solutions.

The core Business Administration courses include: Managerial Accounting, Economic Foundations for Decision Making, Marketing Management, and Managerial/Corporate Finance. The Theory and Practice courses include: International Business, Legal Issues of Executive Management, Organizational Behavior/Theory, and Operation of Management Executive Decision Making. This program encourages internships as well as on-the-job experience.

Robert Morris University offers career-related services such as counseling and workshops, job search assistance, job fairs, and volunteer opportunities. This program is designed for busy professionals seeking job security. This program seeks to reinforce career experience with knowledge from outside areas of expertise.


Bachelor's degree or higher from an accredited institution. Minimum undergraduate cumulative GPA 3.0 on a 4.0 scale. All final & official transcripts from all colleges & universities attended . Two letters of recommendation. A one-page essay. Current resume. GMAT: Waiver may be available for some.

Accreditation & Licensing

Middle States Commission on Higher Education

Association to Advance Collegiate School of Business (AACSB)


Higher education regulations restrict Robert Morris University from accepting applicants for admissions to online courses and degrees from residents of the following states: Alabama, Minnesota, Arkansas, Montana, Illinois, North Dakota, Indiana, Wisconsin, Maryland.