Beginning November 2019, Iona’s MBA program can be completed fully online! Students will gain all the benefits of the Iona MBA in 18 months while having the flexibility to balance work, family and personal commitments.
Complete your degree fully online. Take classes from anywhere and within your schedule.
Learn from the same faculty that teach Iona’s in-person MBA courses.
Interact and network with classmates in different areas of the country.
Save on travel expenses and time since there is no need to come to campus.
Students enrolled in our online MBA will take 6 credits (2 courses) concurrently during each 10-week trimester.
Online classes are taught by the same award-winning faculty that teach Iona's on-campus courses and students receive the same personalized attention and support as their in-classroom peers. Furthermore, online students have the same access to the Iona community as on-campus and commuter students, including an alumni network that is over 45,000 members strong and growing.
The program offers rolling admission, so students can enter the program at any of four terms during the year – June, August, November or February.
Additionally, Iona does not require a GMAT for applicants into the MBA program.
Courses & Electives
Students take a total of 24 core credits and 12 elective credits. When choosing electives, students may take any four courses of their interest from a selection of our most popular MBA electives.
What Your Schedule Might Look Like...
Each term is 10 weeks long.
Term 1 MBA 500 - Business Perspectives
MBA 510 - Quantitative Tools for Managers
Term 2 MBA 520 - Financial Accounting & Reporting
MBA 560 - Marketing for Managers
Term 3 MBA 550 - Finance for Managers
MBA 580 - Information Systems
Term 4 MBA 570 - Management and Organizational Behavior
Elective 1 - Choose from a set of Term 4 electives.
Term 5 Elective 2 - Choose from a set of Term 5 electives.
Elective 3 - Choose from a set of Term 5 electives.
Term 6 Elective 4 - Choose from a set of Term 6 electives.
MBA 710 - Strategic Management