We are driven by a single goal: to prepare business leaders for success. Our cohort structure builds a lifelong professional network by grouping diverse, ambitious students together throughout the core program. Engage and connect with the business community through our Executive Speaker Series, research and internship opportunities. Gain a global perspective through a faculty-led international trip exploring the challenges and potential of an emerging economy.
Master of Business Administration
Earn Your MBA Online
Quality, convenience, and customization are the hallmarks of an exceptional online graduate program, and Montclair State University delivers on all accounts. We offer our Online MBA program in seven concentrations with flexible hours for working professionals.
MBA in Business Administration
Our MBA programs give busy professionals the convenience and flexibility of evening and weekend classes, letting you earn your degree in as few as 18, 21, or 24 months.
MBA in Business Administration (Combined BA/MBA)
The second half of an accelerated program allows students to earn both their bachelor’s degree and master’s degree in 5 years.
MBA in Business Administration, Business Analytics Concentration
MBA in Business Administration, Accounting Concentration
Accounting is integral to a broad range of business disciplines, from strategic planning to budgeting to financial analysis, reporting and control. Depending on your interest and focus, an MBA degree with an Accounting concentration can position you to work in virtually any business sector.
MBA in Business Administration, Digital Marketing Concentration
MBA in Business Administration, Finance Concentration
This discipline is a training ground for many top managers in modern corporations, with studies showing that most top executives have a background in finance.
MBA in Business Administration, Human Resources Management Concentration
MBA in Business Administration, Marketing Concentration
Today, practitioners in the field of marketing focus on individual and business consumers as much as the goods and services they are offered. This represents a shift from the more product-centric paradigm of the past, and is reflected throughout our Marketing concentration curriculum.