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The Online MBA program is offered through the Santa Clara University Leavey School of Business. Known for a long tradition of excellence and ethical leadership in the community, the business school has organized the Online MBA program in a comprehensive manner.
Our Online MBA program offers a well-rounded, real-world-applicable curriculum. With a focus on preparing professionals to lead innovation through ethical leadership, the curriculum is divided into three distinctions: core courses, “Challenges in” electives, and free electives of your choosing.
The benefits of an online learning environment are straightforward and dynamic. It allows you to pursue your graduate education and develop your business skill set while maintaining a full-time job, scheduling your class time on your time. It also lets you access a celebrated business school from wherever you may be living at the moment.
Average work experience
of prospective students pursue the Online MBA for career advancement
Ages 21-25 years old
Ages 26-30 years old
Ages 31-35 years old
Ages 36-45 years old
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