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Online MBA

  • 2-3 Years

    Adjust your course load to fit your schedule

  • 57 Credits

    Core courses, electives, residencies and MAP

The Michigan Ross Online MBA is designed for working professionals who want to take their career to the next level. Online MBA students learn at their own pace through a combination of live class sessions and self-guided modules, and are taught by world-renowned Michigan Ross faculty.

Students will attend three high-impact residencies, either on campus or at an international location, and solve real-life business challenges for an actual company in the Multidisciplinary Action Projects (MAP) course.

With individualized career support and access to on-campus recruiting,* students get the help they need to reach their career goals and open doors to some of the world's most desirable employers. Visit the Michigan Ross Online MBA website to learn more.

*International students (excluding Canadian citizens) living in another country without an eligible U.S. visa are not able to participate in formal or on-campus recruiting and related career-development activities. Please contact our admissions team at to learn more.

Skills You'll Gain

  • Understand the foundational business concepts and frameworks used in accounting, economics, finance, marketing, management, and operations.

  • Recognize how various types of data and information can be used for problem solving, decision-making, and strategizing.

  • Apply strategic thinking principles to business issues in a global context, including problem-scoping and competitive advantage.

  • Learn how to identify one’s own underlying values and motivating forces, including how these inform one’s perceptions, decision-making, and actions.

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Distance Education Disclosure

Current and prospective online students are advised to review the notices provided on our Distance Education Disclosures page. This page contains institutional policies and federally required disclosures that impact online students, including information about the state authorization and professional licensure status of the university's online programs, unique complaint procedures available to out-of-state online students, and important notices for international students.