Online MBA

The Online MBA program aims to build on your managerial effectiveness and leadership potential, while fostering sensitivity to the ethical, moral, and cultural aspects of contemporary global society. The MBA curriculum is designed to leverage the changeability of the 21st century global business environment and offers you coursework developed in consultation with corporate stakeholders. We encourage you to email the MBA Office or phone 610-660-1690 or 888-SJU-MBA-1 with questions or to schedule an advising appointment.

Please view the current course schedules here.

The Online MBA offers all foundation, gateway, core, and elective courses for flexible online study. We will offer a variety of online formats, including 8 week and 15 week semesters. Each semester is broken into halves and provides a selection of courses to choose from:

Sample Online MBA Course Offerings Spring A
Spring B
Summer A
Summer B
Fall A
Fall B
ACC 500 - Accounting Concepts (Foundation Course)  
ACC 550 - Creating & Measuring Shareholder Value (Core Course)  
DSS 500 - Math for Graduate Business Studies (Foundation Course)            
DSS 510 - Statistics Proficiency (Foundation Course)            
DSS 525 - Contemporary Information Technologies (Foundation Course)            
DSS 560 - Business Analytics (Core Course)            
FIN 500 - Managerial Economics (Foundation Course)            
FIN 503 - Financial Management (Foundation Course)            
FIN 550 - Shareholder Value Management (Core Course)            
FIN 600 - Financial Institutions & Capital Markets (Elective)            
FIN 601 - Personal Financial Planning (Elective)            
FIN 602 - Portfolio Management (Elective)            
FIN 603 - Tax Planning (Elective)            
FIN 604 - Personal Insurance Planning (Elective)            
FIN 605 - Pensions & Benefits Administration (Elective)      
FIN 606 - Estate Planning (Elective)      
MGT 500 - Managing Work Organizations (Foundation Course)            
MGT 545 - Global Revolutions in Business (Gateway Course)            
MGT 553 - Excellence in Organizations (Core Course)            
MGT 554 - Ethical Practices in Business (Gateway/Core Course)            
MGT 661 - International Management (Elective)            
MGT 668 - Leading for Sustainability (Elective)            
MGT 789 - Global Business Strategy Simulation (Capstone)
MHC 651 - Career Management in Organizations (Elective)            
MHC 667 - Human Resource Fundamentals (Elective)            
MKT 501 - Marketing Concepts (Foundation Course)            
MKT 545 - Sustainability: A Business Perspective (Gateway Course)            
MKT 550 - Marketing Strategy (Core Course)            
MKT 604 - International Marketing (Elective)            
MKT 605 - Research in Marketing (Elective)            
PMK 545 - Health Care: A Global Perspective (Gateway Course)            


You must choose three electives at level 560 or above that are open to MBA students. Three electives in the same subject, e.g. Finance, will result in an MBA concentration degree; three electives in different subjects will result in a general MBA degree. Concentrations are available in seven subject areas.

Complete course descriptions and admission policies may be found in the Haub School Catalog. You may also visit our Course Sequence Planning Guide for the Online MBA Program to see all of the courses that may be required for the degree.

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Admission Requirements

Below you will find a brief overview of our admission policies and MBA prerequisite coursework. Please contact us with questions or to schedule an advising appointment.

1. Undergraduate degree, official copies of transcripts from any institution attended. Students may need foundation courses depending on grades and previous coursework
2. Standardized test scores (GMAT or GRE). Foreign applicants whose native language is not English are required to take the TOEFL, IELTS, or PTE English Proficiency test
3. Two letters of recommendation
4. Business resume
5. Personal statement

Complete Admission Requirements can be found here.

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Prerequisite Coursework

The following foundations are required (each is 3 credits). Up to 20 credits may be waived in favor of previous coursework or examination.

ACC 500 - Accounting Concepts
DSS 525 - Contemporary Information Technologies
FIN 500 - Managerial Economics
FIN 503 - Financial Management
MGT 500 - Managing Work Organizations
MKT 501 - Marketing Concepts

If you do not have a proficiency in Mathematics or Statistics, you may be required to successfully complete DSS 500, a one credit math workshop and/or DSS 510, a one-credit statistics refresher course.

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Tuition and fees for the 2013-14 academic year are $ 918 per credit, $ 2,754 per 3-credit class

Examples based on current tuition rates:

MBA degree with all prerequisite courses (53 credits) and core courses and electives is $ 48,654

MBA degree with prerequisites waived and core courses and electives only (33 credits) is $ 30,294

Please contact us for graduate assistantship opportunities and with financial aid questions.

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You may apply online here and learn where to send all of the supplemental documents required for admission.

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The Haub School is dual AACSB-accredited in Business and Accounting – less than 5% of business schools worldwide meet this dual standard of excellence U.S.News & World Report, Princeton Review, and Business Week have all ranked the Haub School as one of the nation’s top graduate business schools Beta Gamma Sigma recognized the Haub School for five consecutive years with Outstanding Chapter Awards The honor society for Decision Sciences, Alpha Iota Delta, awarded the Haub School the Chapter of the Year 2008, and 2008 Faculty Sponsor of the Year awards.