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Online Hybrid Master of Business Administration (MBA)

Online, on-campus, and hybrid MBA programs

As the business world evolves, so should you. That’s why we’ve designed our Minnesota-based MBA program to give you the skills that employers want, like critical thinking, data analysis, team leadership, and strategic decision-making that you can apply immediately in the workplace.

Business professionals with a master’s degree earn a premium over those with a bachelor’s degree. In some areas, that premium is nearly 90 percent higher.

At Hamline, you can focus your MBA in several in-demand areas:

  • Business analytics
  • Nonprofit management
  • Leadership and change management
  • Customized concentration area

Propel your career forward with our flexible MBA program online, hybrid, or on-campus

Can I attend part-time? 

Hamline's MBA is designed for working professionals who want to balance work, life, and school.

You’ll build your network and get the best of both theory and hands-on learning as you immerse yourself in one course at a time for eight weeks.

When can I start? 

You can apply and begin the program any term, including summer term.

How long will it take? 

You decide your pace and can graduate in as few as 24 months by taking just 12 courses.

Are courses available online and on-campus? 

With Hamline's MBA program, you can enroll completely online, completely on our Minnesota campus, or choose a mix of online and on-campus coursework for maximum flexibility and convenience.

How many courses will I take?  You can complete Hamline's MBA with just 12 courses (48 credits). 
Are scholarships and discounts available?  You can earn scholarships up to $10,000 and get a 10% discount as an employee of one of our partner companies.

Getting this MBA absolutely revolutionized my career. I cannot say enough good things. It took me from feeling almost a little trapped to feeling absolutely limitless. The moment I completed the program and added MBA after my name, so many doors flew open for me."

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Customize your master's in business administration with concentration options

With Hamline's MBA, you will be ready to adapt to shifts in the current as well as the future marketplace. You can also customize your MBA to fit your career goals with one of three concentrations or you can design your own concentration.

You'll get the advanced leadership, critical thinking, problem-solving, and business skills you need in just 12 courses.

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Business analytics concentration

Businesses need leaders who can make data-driven decisions. With a concentration in business analytics, you’ll gain the knowledge of statistics and data collection needed to make these decisions, as well as the communication and visualization skills to advocate for data-informed business practices.

Leadership and change management concentration

The ability to lead organizations through times of change is a highly sought-after skill set. With Hamline’s leadership and change concentration, you’ll develop your own negotiation, conflict management, and project management skills while learning how to enhance the performance of others and facilitate constructive engagement leading to sustainable change.

Nonprofit management concentration

Whether you are working in a nonprofit organization or with nonprofit organizations, it is important to understand the internal processes that make nonprofit organizations different. With a concentration in nonprofit management, you will gain skills and knowledge in nonprofit finance, fundraising, and strategic management which are at the center of leading nonprofit organizations.

Customized concentration

This option is for students who are motivated to study a topic relevant to their degree program in depth. Customized concentrations require 12 credits of graduate elective coursework and may be comprised of graduate courses at Hamline University and approved transfer courses. Sample concentration options might include marketing, finance, or business communications. Students who want to pursue this option should contact the School of Business graduate programs director for an application form.

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You don’t have to navigate your career on your own. Beginning with orientation, our career advisor will guide you in developing your own individual career plan that will best meet your professional goals.

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