About the Master of Business Administration
PROGRAM UPDATE: In these uncertain times, the Harbert College of Business is taking extraordinary steps to ensure the health and welfare of its students. Harbert is also adjusting to the needs of prospective graduate students by offering flexible enrollment options for Fall Semester 2020.
The application deadline for Auburn Full-time and Online MBA programs has moved to June 1 to provide more time to engage with our admissions team. Also, we will waive the GMAT or GRE requirement for Fall 2020 applicants who meet established criteria. Our team is available for appointments and at firstname.lastname@example.org to help you through this process.
An Auburn Master of Business Administration degree gives you an advantage in an increasingly competitive business environment by advancing your knowledge, intellectual creativity and skills in the areas of leadership, critical thinking, analysis and communication.
The Harbert College of Business offers multiple MBA programs. All provide the same outstanding MBA degree but differ in their delivery. Choose the delivery model the best enables you to pursue a degree while balancing personal and professional demands.
Auburn MBA programs have drawn high rankings from publications such as Financial Times, Forbes and U.S. News & World Report.
Our Full-Time and Online MBA programs offer a number of value-added options for candidates. Consider these when determining which MBA program is right for you.
MBA students have access to all services of the Office of Professional and Career Development and work with the Director of Graduate Career Services for personalized career coaching and professional development.
Dual Degree Options
Auburn MBA candidates can obtain dual graduate degrees in finance, industrial and systems engineering or information systems. Full-Time MBA candidates can attain a second degree with one-to-two additional semesters. Approximately 40% of our MBA candidates pursue this option. Online MBA candidates can also pursue a dual degree.
For an additional credential to complement your MBA degree, graduate certificates are an attractive option. MBA candidates can choose a graduate certificate in business analytics, cybersecurity management or information systems.
You can pursue a graduate certificates independent of MBA enrollment. This is a great option for professionals wanting to add business education credentials but unable to devote the time required for an MBA.
For more information about graduate certificates, please contact Graduate Business Student Services Coordinator April Hurley at email@example.com.
A competitive number of graduate assistantships are awarded annually to Full-Time MBA candidates. These tuition-waiver awards allow our students to work with our top business faculty and staff to support the mission and vision of the Harbert College of Business. Along with the tuition waiver, students also receive a stipend, making it affordable to pursue an MBA. Talk with us about the availability of assistantships.
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All programs blend traditional instruction with modern technology and are fully accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools fo Business (AASCB International).