Our online Master of Business Administration programs enhance your expertise as a responsible business professional who can successfully compete in the global economy. Focusing on a unique combination of analytics and innovation, our affordable AACSB-accredited online programs are designed for working professionals.
Why Study Business at Radford?
We’ve crafted a unique program which allows you to choose from the following two tracks:
- A General M.B.A. which offers a broad-based, cross-functional education in core business areas such as operations management, marketing, accounting, finance, and strategic management
- The M.B.A. with a concentration in business analytics, which prepares you to understand and apply big data analysis to navigate general and industry-specific business challenges
Our courses are developed and taught by experienced faculty members who are experts in the business field.
An M.B.A. degree can open a variety of career opportunities across many different industries including:
- business management (general manager, operations manager, HR manager)
- financial services
Additionally, students who pursue the M.B.A. track with a concentration in business analytics can pursue careers in industries like business analytics, financial analytics, marketing analytics, business intelligence, and operations.
- A completed baccalaureate degree with a minimum overall GPA of 2.75
- Minimum GMAT (or equivalent GRE) score of 400
Note: The GMAT/GRE may be waived (GMAT waiver request must be made with the application) for candidates with:
- A final cumulative undergraduate GPA of 3.0 or higher (no waiver request necessary)
- 5 or more years of professional experience (waiver request: GMAT Waiver Request Form for Professionals)
- Membership in selected Radford University programs/organizations or students from one of our external college/university partners (waiver request: GMAT Waiver Request Form for Students)
100% online option
30+ years of schools in the world are AACSB accredited
(Advance Collegiate School of Business)
7% of schools are AACSB accredited