Are you ready to take the next step in your career?
Consider an MBA program that combines
into an affordable package that's tailored to you.
A strong core and numerous elective options create a widely relevant yet uniquely tailored experience.
All MBA courses are taught one night a week for eight weeks at Barry Hall in Downtown Fargo. Attend class just once or twice a week to finish in as few as four to five semesters.
Specialize in areas such as:
Digital Marketing & Innovation
Leadership & Managerial Skills
Investments & Applied Portfolio Management
Each of these concentrations is also available as a stand-alone graduate certificate.
Each graduate certificate consists of four classes held either one night a week on campus–or online–for eight weeks each.
Concentrations are also available in Health Care Industry and inSupply Chain Logistics.
You're looking for a program with great value. Our MBA is one of the best around, offering outstanding quality at an incredibly affordable price.
Tuition and fees run about $625 per credit for ND residents and for residents of states participating in the WRGP program. The MN reciprocity rate is about $775 per credit.
Many of our MBA students receive tuition reimbursement or other forms of financial support from their employers. Additional funding options may include federal financial aid, private loans, scholarships, and assistantships.
*Scholarships and assistantships may be available on a very limited basis.
Online application and $35 application fee
Statement of purpose
Three letters of recommendation
GRE or GMAT score*
*Individuals with significant post-baccalaureate professional work experience in mid- to upper-management levels (i.e. leadership, managerial, or supervisory roles) -AND/OR- individuals who have earned a terminal degree (e.g. PhD, EdD, MD, JD, PharmD, PsyD, DPT) may request consideration for a GMAT/GRE waiver. Requests will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis and are not guaranteed.
NDSU's College of Business maintains the highest possible accreditation, matched by only the top 5% of business schools in the world.