Delaware has a special connection to the birth of this nation and to "firsts." Three of the signers of the Declaration of Independence were among the first to attend the school that would years later become UD. As the first of the original 13 states to ratify the Constitution, Delaware became the "First State" in the nation.
Today, the Alfred Lerner College of Business and Economics—UD's second largest college, with a diverse, global community of thousands of alumni—introduces yet another first: an innovative, new online MBA degree.
An online MBA degree from UD will provide analytical tools and data as well as creative processes for improving business decision making. While the MBA program offers a broad view of business, courses in international business and finance will empower you with the skills and confidence to navigate a dynamic, global economy.
In the capstone course, teams of students will apply the knowledge and skills obtained throughout the program to turn around a multimillion-dollar company. Groups will compete within the cohort to determine the best strategic plan and execution.
Challenge yourself to be among the first to earn your MBA from the University of Delaware's new, online program. Are you ready? Please review the admissions criteria below. Many factors are considered when making an admission decision, and everyone is encouraged to apply.
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UD is ranked 75th among the nation's best universities. (U.S. News & World Report, 2012)
UD is ranked a top 25 best-value university by Kiplinger's Personal Finance.
UD is considered 16th in the nation by Smart Money magazine for graduates' earning power versus tuition.
Lerner College's part-time MBA was ranked 5th in the mid-Atlantic and 21st in the nation. (Bloomberg Businessweek, 2011)
Lerner College is accredited by AACSB International, a distinction that assures faculty academic qualifications and student learning outcomes are held to a high standard.