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    Master of Business Administration

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  • Advance as a Business Leader with Your MBA

    Develop skills that will help you innovate and succeed in today’s highly competitive world with a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from Hamline University.

    Hamline’s MBA degree puts a unique emphasis on both team dynamics and leadership, helping you lead from any position. You’ll learn and practice new skills as you progress through the program with a cohort, building a strong professional network while you study.

    Ready to advance in business? Request more information >

    A Part-Time MBA Program You Can Complete in Two Years

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

    MBA Program Overview

    Finish faster

    Earn your MBA in as few as 24 months.

    Start sooner

    Begin your MBA in January, May, or late August/early September.

    Balance work and school

    Take courses part-time—just one night per week, 5:45-9:45 p.m.

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    You may qualify for up to $10,000 in scholarships.

    MBA Courses and Concentrations

    In this 48-credit MBA program, you will take courses one night a week at either our Saint Paul campus or St. Louis Park-West End location.

    Hamline’s core MBA courses are organized into modules designed to build on each other and develop skills that can be immediately applied in the workplace. Courses cover areas of expertise such as leading with integrity and purpose, managing financial resources, leveraging organizational resources, making data-driven decisions, and planning and leading organizations through times of change.

    As part of your MBA studies, you will also have the opportunity to specialize in one of these four areas:

  • Business analytics

    Example courses include Databases and Data Management, Data Quality and Governance, and Bias, Ethics, and Principles of Data Science.


    Example courses include Corporate Finance, Finance Theory and Applications, and Investments and Portfolio Construction.

    Leadership and change management

    Example courses include Leading through Change, Negotiation, Perspectives on Conflict and Change, and Project Management.


    Example courses include Consumer Behavior in a Digital Environment, Marketing Research, Social Demographics, and Marketing in a Global Environment.

  • Questions about courses or concentrations? Our admission team can help. Request more information >

  • Courses

    Choose one of four concentrations for an education tailored to your goals. Explore our MBA classes and concentrations.

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  • Affordable Tuition

    Earn a master’s at a price you can afford. Learn more about tuition and fees for the MBA program.

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  • Scholarships

    Your education could become even more affordable. Find out which scholarships or tuition discounts may be available for you.

    See if you’re eligible >

  • Career Opportunity

    According to an analysis from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 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.

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  • What Can You Do with an MBA?

    While some argue that an MBA is not necessary for advancement, there is a clear professional advantage for those who have one. The skills developed in this degree path are sought by employers across industries, in public, private, and nonprofit organizations.