The Masters of Business Administration degree is designed for professionals who want to make a lasting impression on the business world. We'll expose you to diverse people, places and situations - while challenging you to better yourself and your organization.
The MBA Program is accredited by AACSB International, the gold standard of business school accreditation and a distinction earned by fewer than 5 percent of business schools worldwide. Choosing an accredited program provides a reliable, objective measure of quality that is recognized by employers and academic institutions around the globe.
Increase in Pay
According to fortune for average MBA graduate (2021).
Most MBA graduates get promoted after graduating according to Fortune (2021).
For those in the consulting industry with an MBA according to Fortune (2021).
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When and Where
Marion County, Iowa
Courses are held at Pella, where the last cohort graduated in Fall 2014.
Webster County, Iowa
Courses are held at Fort Dodge, and we're looking forward to our first cohort.
Cerro Gordo, Iowa
Courses are held at Mason City, and we graduated a group in Spring 2019.
Are you ready for the next rung? University of Northern Iowa’s MBA program will arm you with the knowledge to expand your leadership, communication, critical thinking and management skills. An MBA can help increase your credibility and help get your noticed. Consider getting an MBA if you want to pursue one of these careers:
- Marketing manager
- Medical and health services manager
- Management consultant
- Financial manager
- Business operations manager
- Investment banker
- Logistics manager
- Operations research analyst
- Human resources manager
- Purchasing manager
- Budget analyst
- Policy analyst
- Sales manager
- IT manager
- Business intelligence analyst
- Product manager
The value in an MBA degree begins with substantive, demanding classroom experiences. Typical MBA courses include:
- Cross-Functional Operations
- Financial Management & Markets
- Management Information Systems Concepts
- Managerial Accounting
- Managerial Economics
- Marketing Management
- Research & Analysis for Management Decisions
- Strategic Management of Human Resources
- Strategic Planning and Organizational Analysis