Master of Business Administration (MBA)
Transform Your Career
"Concordia’s MBA program allowed me to gain relevant and strategic business knowledge, while still working full time and applying those learnings in my everyday life."
Sarah Cooley, MBA '14
Put the power of a Concordia MBA to work for you
Getting an MBA can enhance your salary potential, unlock new career opportunities, and build or expand your professional network. Relevant and rigorous, our case-based curriculum provides the knowledge and applied experiences necessary for career advancement – with customizable capstone projects and several dynamic concentration tracks, including:
- Leadership and Management
- Healthcare Administration
- General Business
- Project Management
Plus Professional Practice, a new accelerated track for professionals with graduate-level degrees or certificates.
Customize your degree to fit your schedule
Concordia’s MBA program is convenient and flexible, with classes offered on weeknights and online.
A cohort model, small class sizes, and accessible professors help support your success. The workload is challenging but manageable, so you can meet your academic goals as well as your career and personal commitments.
Get an advanced degree without a mountain of debt
We offer a variety of scholarships, grants, and benefits. Every MBA student receives a $4,000 Career Track Scholarship (or scholarship of greater value) as well as a $1,000 Educational Resource Scholarship to help offset the cost of textbooks and technology. Estimated tuition for the 2016-17 school year after scholarships is $26,316 - $29,770.
"Findings show strong employer demand for graduate management talent in 2017. Nearly 8 in 10 employers expect to hire MBA graduates in 2017. Among employers who plan to hire MBA candidates next year, more than half (58%) plan to increase annual starting salaries for these candidates at or above the rate of inflation in 2017."
2016 survey conducted by the Graduate Management Admission Council of 167 recruiters representing 140 companies located in 27 countries worldwide
Concordia considers many factors in making an admission decision. These include academic records (courses taken and GPA), professional experience, career achievements, and graduate test scores, if required. The program brings together students from different backgrounds and disciplines to foster a learning environment that welcomes diversity, academic inquiry, and multiple perspectives.
All candidates must submit or complete the following:
- Letter of Intent
- Professional résumé
- Bachelor's degree or higher from a regionally-accredited school
- Official transcripts from all colleges attended or a Transcript Release Form
- Admission interview
After reviewing your résumé and transcripts, your admission counselor can tell you if anything else is needed.
GMAT waiver available.