MBA By the Numbers
U.S. News & World Report ranks our online MBA program highest among online MBA programs in Connecticut (2018).
With thousands of MBA alumni in the region, throughout the country and across the world, you'll be part of a vast network of opportunities.
Full-time faculty bring their significant industry experience, knowledge and relationships to the classroom, where they teach 98% of our business courses.
As a student, you'll have access to our Quinnipiac University Career Connection online job portal, where you'll find thousands of opportunities for internships and jobs.
Aim higher, work smarter
Many Master of Business Administration programs promise an edge in a fast-paced and globalized job market. In the School of Business at Quinnipiac, we aim higher than that. Our AACSB-accredited MBA program develops extraordinarily well-prepared professionals and industry leaders who can thrive in any business environment and corporate structure anywhere in the world.
Our program combines a deep and diverse skill-set with immersive learning experiences and constant opportunities for career development. You have the option of pursuing your MBA in one of four ways:
- Traditional MBA
- Finance track
- Health care management track
- Supply chain management track
Our faculty draw upon decades of experience in the fields of finance, entrepreneurship, international business and marketing, just to name a few. In a small classroom setting, they’ll teach you decision-making models, financial analysis, leadership and organizational skills necessary to distinguish yourself in any industry.
A long list of technological resources make hands-on application of that knowledge possible. You’ll analyze real-time economic data, develop financial models and run trading simulations in the Terry W. Goodwin ’67 Financial Technology Center. You’ll also have access to networking and career events that bring distinguished representatives from organizations such as Apple, GE, Goldman Sachs, Johnson & Johnson, JPMorgan Chase and others to campus.
Whether you prefer an on-campus or online experience, or a combination of both, we have programs tailored to fit your career goals, obligations and schedule.
Rankings and Distinctions
Best online MBA program
U.S. News & World Report consistently ranks the Quinnipiac School of Business online MBA program as one of the leading national graduate programs. 2018 rankings include #35 online graduate business programs, #61 online MBA program. The online MBA is also recognized as one of the best graduate business programs for veterans.
Best on-ground MBA program
The Princeton Review consistently ranks the Quinnipiac School of Business. In 2019 we were named outstanding on-campus MBA program on the “Best Business Schools for 2019” list.
Choose Your Program
A Quinnipiac education is always personal
We offer many ways to personalize your MBA degree. You might consider building on our traditional MBA by customizing your experience around your particular business interests through our specialized tracks — in finance, health care management or supply chain management — or by building your own.
Or you might complete your degree online or combine it with a JD. Our curriculum is designed to best suit your personal and professional needs. Explore your options below.
Our two-year MBA offers a hands-on approach in an active classroom setting, allowing you to collaborate directly with faculty and peer groups.
Perfect for working professionals who prefer the on-campus MBA experience, but don’t have the time to commit to a full-time course load.
Online and Flexible
This convenient option allows you to complete our MBA program from anywhere in the country without interrupting your busy work schedule.
Flexible Delivery (online and on-campus)
True to its name, this option offers students a customized experience that includes both on-campus and online components.
In Their Words
“Oftentimes in business the problem is not having too little information, but too much, and the Quinnipiac MBA program has increased my critical thinking skills to better focus on those factors most vital to the success of the program or project.”John Goughnour MBA '15Marketing Director, Oncology and Biosimilars – Mylan
Enrollment and Graduation Data
Enrollment and number of graduates
Number of management program graduates:
- 2017-18: 267
- 2016-17: 267
- 2015-16: 192
- 2014-15: 161
- 2013-14: 152
Student enrollment in management in 2017-2018: 416
Retention and graduation rates
- School of Business freshman retention rate: 87%
- School of Business 6-year graduation rate: 75%
- School of Business graduate placement rate: 99%