The Online MBA From the University of Dayton

AACSB-Accredited

Top-50 Ranked by Fortune1

The University of Dayton offers an online Master of Business Administration (MBA) program that prepares you to become a strategic, service-oriented leader who applies ethical principles to your organization and community.

With the same curriculum and faculty as our on-campus format, the online MBA program teaches you practical business theories and principles in topics such as economics, finance and integrated strategy.

No GMAT/GRE scores required to apply

Complete in as few as
12 months

Attend at least
two immersions

Scholarships available

An Online MBA Program for Every Experience Level

The admission committee reviews each application holistically and may waive foundation courses based on your relevant work experience and undergraduate major.

Online MBA PathDegree and Experience RequirementsMinimum
Completion Time
Credit Range 
One-Year MBABachelor’s in business earned within the last seven years12 months to complete30–31.5 credits
Accelerated MBABachelor’s in business earned more than
seven years ago or at least eight years of related work experience
15 months to complete31.5–39 credits
Foundational MBABachelor’s degree in a non-business field18 months to complete36–45 credits

The Online Learning Experience

As an MBA@Dayton student, you can continue working while networking with classmates and faculty through our engaging online campus. The program features:

Live weekly classes that
bring you face to face with professors and classmates to develop lasting relationships

In-person immersion
experiences
, so you can apply what you learn in class to real
-world business challenges

Interactive coursework that
can be accessed 24/7, including video lectures and case studies

Learn how the AACSB-accredited online MBA program from the School of Business Administration can prepare you to pursue a fulfilling career in business.

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1Fortune2021 Best Online MBA Programs. Accessed August 2, 2021.arrow_upwardReturn to footnote reference