Earn Your MBA Online from the Kogod School of Business
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MBA@American is the online Master of Business Administration (MBA) program from the AACSB-accredited Kogod School of Business at American University. The program emphasizes a global perspective by exploring how international economies impact business decisions.
Students develop foundational business skills and have the option to customize their degrees by taking electives in a career-specific focus area, such as entrepreneurship, marketing, analytics, or consulting.
The Kogod Student Experience
The Kogod MBA encourages collaboration over competition. Students in the program will:
experience our student-centered, collaborative approach to business education
learn from dedicated, experienced Kogod faculty
have access to career development services, the business communication center, and tutoring
Benefits of Learning Online at Kogod
All online graduate programs from the Kogod School of Business use innovative technology to create a highly customizable learning experience. Students in the program will:
participate in live, seminar-style classes of approximately 15 students
discover the intersection between business and politics at American University campus in Washington, D.C.
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Optional Focus Areas
MBA@American students can align their growing business expertise with their specific goals by selecting one of seven areas of focus. Students in each focus area work closely with Kogod faculty who have extensive experience in that field, developing the deep understanding and marketable skills they need to excel in their chosen career path.
Kogod’s Commitment to Diversity
MBA@American students bring a wide range of perspectives and experiences to the classroom.¹ The Kogod School of Business is proud to encourage these viewpoints in an inclusive learning environment. Kogod offers students personalized support—giving them access to career resources, alumni events, and one-on-one mentorship from professors.
2 This information includes Hispanic/Latino, black or African American, non-Hispanic/Latino, and American Indian or Alaska Native students, as well as two or more races when one or more are from the preceding racial and ethnic categories.arrow_upwardReturn to footnote reference