The Kogod School of Business equips students with the critical-thinking and problem-solving skills needed to serve as successful business leaders in public and private sectors worldwide. Business@American delivers four leading Kogod programs online, so students can earn a degree in their area of interest without relocating. The programs are delivered through live, face-to-face video classes; weekly course work; and immersions that take place in business capitals around the world. GMAT/GRE scores are not required to apply.
The online Master of Business Administration program prepares students with the core strategy, finance, and managerial skills to lead across a variety of sectors.
The online Master of Science in International Relations and Business program equips students with the skills needed to navigate the global economy and develop successful multinational business strategies.
Business@American is available to support students throughout the application process. Once a student requests information, they will be paired with a dedicated admissions counselor who will remind them of due dates and answer any questions they might have along the way. Admitted students will join a community of ambitious students and alumni in cities around the world.
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“At first I was apprehensive that working full time and being in graduate school part time would be incredibly challenging. However, the Business@American online platform made it very possible. The platform is streamlined, easy to navigate, and allows students the flexibility of independently managing course deadlines based on one’s personal and professional responsibilities.”
Throughout the online program, students will have the opportunity to gain real-life experience working for a DC-based company that aligns with their career goals. Working virtually as pro-bono consultants, students develop close relationships with local companies to help them grow and adapt to changing markets—all while building key skills that will give them a leg up in the job market.
This past spring and summer, six groups of students—ranging from first-year undergraduates to second-year MBA students—worked alongside six growing small businesses in the DC area through the Kogod in Practice initiative, to help these companies solve real business problems. Learn more about their experience in the initiative and how they produced results for their clients in our article here.
The Kogod School of Business is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). AACSB provides quality assurance, business education intelligence, and professional development services to nearly 800 accredited business schools worldwide.