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Globally Ranked and Online—at an Affordable Cost

Advance Your Career in the Program Ranked 17th in the World by CEO Magazine

“Globally ranked” and “affordable” don't often go together. At the University of North Alabama, however, you can earn an accredited MBA ranked by CEO Magazine1 for less than half the cost of the average MBA2.

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Start Sooner (No GMAT Required)

Our online Foundations of Business course allows you to start as early as one week after enrolling. If you have relevant professional experience, you won't even need to take the GMAT.

Graduate Faster

A streamlined admissions process, flexible online classes, and five opportunities to start throughout the year help you earn your MBA sooner, finishing in as few as 24 months.

10 In-Demand Specializations

Deepen your subject matter expertise or round out your skill set in specializations from Project Management to an Executive track.

Online and On-Campus Options

Earn your MBA online, on our campus in Florence, Ala., or in a custom mix that fits your schedule.

" If you want a quality education that will not break the bank, UNA is an excellent option that can help you achieve your goals. I was motivated to pursue my Executive MBA here and it became a gateway to the knowledge and self-improvement opportunities I was looking for in my career."

— Mike Veigel (MBA ’15), Software Development Manager

Our College of Business is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB International).

The University of North Alabama is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC).

Top 30 Global MBA Ranking

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