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Online MBA Degree From an Accredited Leader in Adult Education
Excelsior College knows a lot about leadership. We’ve been leading the way in distance learning and adult education for more than 40 years.
And we’re helping educate tomorrow’s leaders by offering a Master of Business Administration (Leadership).
Designed specifically for working adults, the leadership concentration can be earned online. You’ll take all classes from your computer, where and when they fit into your schedule, while gaining an MBA that carries weight in the job market.
A Better Way to Earn an MBA
Excelsior’s MBA degree lets you capitalize on your previous education. You can earn up to 24 credits (half the required total) by transferring in qualified coursework or passing credit-bearing exams. You'll only be required to take the classes you truly need to earn your MBA.
The lighter course load lowers the cost of your MBA, while the online class model helps you balance your leadership classes alongside job, family, and other commitments.
Leadership Begins with High Academic Standards
Excelsior is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. (Learn more about the MSCHE accreditation programs and specialized accreditations on our accreditation page.)
As an accredited college, Excelsior meets the highest standards for academic quality. The Master of Business Administration with concentration in Leadership covers the most current theory and practice, with specific emphasis on
Upon completion of an Excelsior College Master of Business Administration with a Technology Management Concentration, the graduate will be able to:
The MBA program requires between 33 and 48 credits, depending upon the student's prior learning. Students may transfer in up to 24 approved credits. The program has five foundation courses that can be waived either by approved undergraduate courses completed prior to enrollment in the MBA or by foundation exams from Excelsior College:
Any waivers will be counted as part of the 24 credits allowed in transfer. See catalog for further details.