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Choose an MBA that works for you

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MBA By the Numbers


Highest ranked

U.S. News & World Report ranks our online MBA program highest among online MBA programs in Connecticut (2020).



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

Full-time faculty bring their significant industry experience, knowledge and relationships to the classroom, where they teach 98% of our business courses.


Employer contacts

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.

Program Overview

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
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MBA programming to fit your needs

Amanda Gross, a student in the accelerated dual-degree BS/MBA (3+1) program, majoring in finance, walks behind the Arnold Bernhard Library. Quinnipiac offers a number of on-campus and online MBA options.

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

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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. The 2020 rank it as #35 online MBA program, putting it among the top 12% of online MBA programs in America and leading all peers in Connecticut. The online MBA is also recognized as one of the best graduate business programs for veterans.

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Best on-campus 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.

On-Campus Full-Time

Our two-year MBA offers a hands-on approach in an active classroom setting, allowing you to collaborate directly with faculty and peer groups.

On-Campus Part-Time

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

Online Only

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.

Dual-Degree Programs

Dual-Degree BA or BS/MBA (4+1)

This unique program is best for current Quinnipiac students who want to continue their studies and obtain an MBA in just one additional year.


This program allows you to maximize your course load to earn both the Juris Doctor and Master of Business degrees in one interdisciplinary approach.

Accelerated Dual-Degree BA or BS/MBA (3+1)

For prospective undergraduates who are just applying to Quinnipiac, we offer an accelerated dual-degree program that enables you to complete your bachelor’s and MBA degrees in just four years. Students may elect to combine their MBA with a major from the School of Business or a theater major from the College of Arts and Sciences.

Capstone Course

Inclusive thought shapes decision making

Every day, business leaders across the globe make difficult decisions that directly affect them, their workers and their community. Moving these decisions forward takes more than just a consideration of the bottom line. It takes the ability to think and act with an inclusive worldview. What is inclusive thought? How is it moved to action? These were the questions that Quinnipiac MBA students had to answer as part of their MBA 690 Decision Making Capstone course.

Six student groups from each capstone section applied inclusive thought to tackle a different topic, from how to address homelessness to reducing the use of plastics on Quinnipiac’s campuses. They sought the perspectives of friends, family members and many in the Quinnipiac community, and distilled their experience into one-minute videos. The assignment was part of the United Nations' Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME) initiative, a platform to teach business students how to balance economic and sustainability goals to enact change.

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Hands-on learning

Ashley Guattery '18, MBA '19, participates in one of the many events that are sponsored by the School of Business over the course of the school year.

“They had to explore on their own how to take an important, but abstract, concept and put it into action,” said Professor Margaret Goralski, who taught the course. “It forced them to listen to others and consider different ideas before making a decision.”

“People usually have a very particular idea about what inclusive means. In the world of business, inclusive thinking is often associated with recruiting a certain demographic to increase diversity or involve lower-level managers in decision making. However, inclusive thought and the actions associated with it are broader than that. It means taking action to ensure that everyone within the community, however that community is defined for the business, is engaged.”
Ashley Guattery `18, MBA `19

Video Overview

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Setting you up for success

Learn more about our unique curriculum, facilities, global learning, internships and delivery options that make an MBA at Quinnipiac so effective.

In Their Words

“My internship at Ernst & Young was a very unique opportunity because I was able to spend a month working in London. Through my internship experience, I secured a full-time position at Ernst & Young in Manhattan before I graduated with my MBA degree. Quinnipiac will always hold a special place in my heart for the people it has allowed me to meet and the stories I'll never forget.”
Chris Roberts ‘16, MBA ’17
Assurance Associate, Ernst & Young
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Planning for success

Chris Roberts ‘16, MBA ’17, works with Michael Taylor, associate dean, to plan his final semester.

“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 '15
Marketing Director, Oncology and Biosimilars – Mylan