The Master of Business Administration (MBA)
Earning an MBA from the UAA College of Business and Public Policy provides students with the perspectives and skills needed to assume significant leadership and managerial roles. Through action-based learning students will learn the collaborative skills necessary to lead effective teams to success. Students will learn how to ask the right questions, to identify challenges, and generate solutions. With a thorough understanding of the underlying principles of business, students will graduate prepared to lead organizations to be adaptive to change, and realize success, in the complex global environment in which they operate. Learn more about the UAA difference today!
Our MBA program is designed to fit around your schedule! Designed around an 8:00am-5:00pm workday, our MBA program allows you to build a degree relevant to your profession and interests without disrupting your existing responsibilities during the day.
Our upcoming MBA hybrid format will provide you with even another level of flexibility so you can fit your degree into your busy life without losing the benefits of face-to-face interaction with your instructors! Students can begin completing their MBA degree in this new hybrid format in Fall 2020. Contact us to learn about the program and your options.
Additionally, as an MBA student at the College of Business and Public Policy you will experience innovative teaching techniques, such as working in and managing teams, student led classes and presentations, simulations, case studies, and role play. These are cutting-edge techniques employed by best-in-class universities nationwide. It is through these techniques you will learn the skills necessary to communicate and be successful in today's business environment.
Our MBA program has deep ties to the economy and business community in the largest metropolitan area in the state of Alaska. Through faculty, alumni, professors, and perhaps most importantly other MBA students, you will be exposed to a vast network of professionals.
For more information please contact Janet Burton (907-786-4171), Graduate Programs Coordinator.