Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.)
The John B. and Lillian E. Neff College of Business and Innovation's flexible Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) program is the ideal graduate program for those that strive to challenge themselves and progress in their career. All of our graduate students have hands-on opportunities to learn practical business applications and network with professionals from all industries and fields.
UToledo's AACSB-accredited M.B.A. program has a market-relevant curriculum and a variety of specializations. Expert faculty members give students an in-depth, well-rounded knowledge of business analysis and strategy. Recognized by the Princeton Review as One of the "Best Business Schools," the University of Toledo Will Help You Reach New Career Heights and Fuel Your Tomorrows.
Begin the program in the Fall, Spring or Summer and progress at your own pace. Courses are offered in-class, online and a blend of the two learning modes enabling multiple options to suit your busy life and work schedule.
One of the best values in the Midwest, the UToledo M.B.A. offers affordable tuition and opportunities for scholarships. Many students take advantage of employer-sponsored tuition assistance to subsidize their graduate education costs.
Courses are offered in-class during the evenings, fully online, or a hybrid blend of the two learning modes. Students typically schedule classes to facilitate maximum work/life balance.
Our pipeline program permits UToledo John B. and Lillian E. Neff College of Business and Innovation undergraduate students to take graduate degree program courses at the undergraduate price. These classes may “double-dip,” counting towards the completion of both a B.B.A. and graduate degree.
Speed to Degree Completion
Earn your UToledo M.B.A. in as little as 12 months. The typical working professional, taking 2 courses per semester, can complete the degree in as little as six semesters.
The UToledo M.B.A. program is fully accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), which represents one of the highest standards of achievement for business schools worldwide. The program is a member of the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC), an international association of business schools distinguished by their commitment to excellence in graduate management education.
The John B. and Lillian E. Neff College of Business and Innovation consistently builds its relationships with local and national companies, forming valuable partnerships to provide our M.B.A. students with employment and career-building opportunities.
For a MBA Administration, you must complete the MBA core course requirements in addition to the following:
The MBA Administration concentration/major is designed for students who want the added flexibility of taking courses in a variety of areas. The Administration major is completed by taking three 6000-level M.B.A. electives within the College of Business and Innovation. Students are not permitted to take PUBH courses from the Public Health Management major toward the Administration major. However, students are permitted to complete BLAW 6100 Business, Government and Society, EFSB 6590 New Venture Creation, or EFSB 6690 Technology Commercialization.
Leadership -- Each student can practice reflective thinking to assess personal strengths and challenges and can formulate strategies for lifetime development of leadership
Ethics and Social Responsibility -- Each student can analyze and resolve ethical issues in decision-making and recognize their impact on the larger community
Innovation and Creativity -- Each student can examine problems, opportunities, relationships, and situation from different and unique perspectives and develop creative solutions.
Critical Thinking and Analysis -- Each student can think critically to identify problems, research, analyze and make sound inferences from and use effective problem-solving and decision-making techniques
Business Acumen -- Each student can identify, interpret, evaluate, and suggest solutions within the legal, global, financial, marketing, and operational dimensions of business
Technology -- Each student can understand and utilize current and emerging technology to improve business competitiveness and personal productivity