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Program Details

A top-ranked U.S. business school, UNC Kenan-Flagler helps students develop the skills that make them highly effective leaders and prepare them for long-term success. The strength of the UNC Kenan-Flagler MBA comes from a school culture based on core values of excellence, leadership, teamwork, integrity and community. 

The online MBA@UNC program offers ambitious working professionals from anywhere in the world the opportunity to earn an MBA from UNC Kenan-Flagler. Through the use of innovative technologies and real-world immersive experiences, MBA@UNC blends the flexibility of a global online program with the rigor, quality and classroom interaction of an on-campus experience. This innovative program offers students the chance to:

• Earn a degree from anywhere in the world with no need to relocate.
• Become part of the UNC Tar heel community and build a global network of professional peers.
• Learn from expert faculty in live, face-to-face online classes. 
• Participate in three-day, in-person immersions in cities all over the world, including Sao Paulo, Singapore and Istanbul.

Requirements

For those with less than 7 years of professional full-time work experience a GMAT or GRE score is required. Official transcripts. Must have a minimum of two years of professional work experience. Essays. Interview. 

Required global immersions are held quarterly, allowing students to travel to major cities all over the world for intensive, weekend-long learning experiences.

Students may choose to concentrate in a one of the following specific area of interest, but it is not required: Corporate Finance, Entrepreneurship, Global Supply Chain Management, Investment Management, Marketing, Sustainable Enterprise.

Accreditation & Licensing

Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges

Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB)