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Master of Business Administration (MBA)
Discover the tools you need to move your career forward.
"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
Transform your career.
Getting an MBA can enhance your salary potential, build new career opportunities, and create your professional network. You will be challenged to find and follow your passion, forge meaningful connections, and apply your talents. Concentrations include:
- Leadership and Management
- Healthcare Administration
- General Business
- Project Management
Dynamic on-campus and online degree options that fit your life
Our unique case-based approach is designed to fit your busy schedule. That's why our MBA program offers you convenient scheduling with classes available on weeknights and online.
Following the cohort model, our small class sizes and personal attention from professors are designed with your success in mind. The workload is challenging but manageable, allowing you to accomplish your academic goals while maintaining your career and family commitments.
An MBA without a mountain of debt
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. We offer a variety of scholarships, grants, and benefits to help reduce the financial burden.
"Demand is strong for newly minted MBAs. Nine in 10 companies that intend to hire MBA candidates said they will bring on as many, or even more people in 2015, than they did the year before."
2014 survey of 169 employers conducted by the Graduate Management Admission Council
Concordia University 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 university also focuses on bringing together students from different backgrounds and disciplines in an effort to foster a learning environment that leverages 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.