With the flexibility to take courses 100 percent online or in combination with night or weekend-intensive courses, Plymouth State University makes it possible to earn your MBA and accomplish your goals while working full-time.
- Rated one of the top 20 values in the country
- 10-year track record of success and innovation online
PSU’s accredited MBA program has been opening doors to students from more than 35 years and is home to the award-winning Small Business Institute®. The MBA program is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) and the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC).
Rolling admission enables you to start your program throughout the year and you can complete your MBA in as few as 12 months. The MBA curriculum consists of eight core courses and two elective courses. Specialize your MBA degree by choosing electives from the following areas:
- Health Care Administration
- The Human Side of Enterprise
- International Business
- Investment and Finance
- Organizational Communication
- Small Business and Entrepreneurship
- Strategic Marketing Management
Students may earn a graduate certificate in one of the seven specialization areas mentioned above—independent from or in conjunction with an MBA degree. You don’t need to be admitted to the MBA program to earn a certificate, which make these programs excellent for individuals who are seeking professional development.
Completing your degree with Plymouth State is more convenient than ever with courses offered on- and off-campus throughout the state, including Plymouth, Concord, and Waterville Valley.
Course Planning Matrix
Use the Course Planning Matrix to see where and when MBA courses will be offered to plan your program.
Take up to 12 credits (4 courses) before being admitted to Plymouth State, and you may transfer up to 15 from other accredited MBA programs. No admissions tests are required. Financial aid is available for qualified students.
Are you an American University of Antigua student? Visit the AUA partnership site for information about the MBA in General Management with a certificate in Health Care Administration.
Getting started is easy!Apply today or request more info.
To begin planning your program, contact an advisor:
- Jennifer (Isham) Pinckney, (603) 535-3020 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org