A Tradition of Excellence, for Today's Busy Student
If you're seeking a degree from a well-established university that still offers the flexibility of an online program, Concordia University Chicago's online MBA program is right for you. Concordia-Chicago has been educating leaders for more than 150 years. Our respected programs are known for being affordable, yet rigorous, providing an outstanding value for your educational investment.
Maximum flexibility: Whether traveling or facing an unpredictable schedule, the online program accommodates your timeline and location. Students choose to view class and complete assignments when and where it is convenient
Community: We facilitate a close working relationship between students and faculty. Our unique cohort system groups students together throughout their educational experience. This collaborative environment accelerates learning and builds strong peer relationships that last a lifetime
Hands-on work: Students will complete a capstone course, which integrates the knowledge and skills gained from the MBA courses and applies them in a real business environment. Students will learn how to use teamwork to solve an authentic business challenge
Experienced faculty: Our talented faculty members offer personalized attention and are eager to share their business experience with you. They teach in a practical, not theoretical, manner.
14 classes for a total of 39 credit hours.
Eight-week terms allows for accelerated learning
Complete one class at a time
Finish in less than two years
Get started right away: No GMAT scores are required for admission. Instead, we review each individual's work experience and peer recommendations, along with other personal attributes.
"While I really enjoy my job, I was looking for something more. I wanted to have exposure to the big picture of banking. The Concordia University Chicago program was the perfect fit. They even tailored courses specifically for my employer, which makes me a valuable asset for the organization. The faculty is amazing. It helps all of the theories make sense and connect when you understand how they are put into practice." — Rena Hall