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With Huston-Tillotson University’s MBA program, you’ll graduate with the necessary expertise to confidently set yourself apart from the crowd with a unique leadership perspective, and even turn your passions into a successful business—and you don’t even have to take the GMAT to get started.
In this program, you’ll take classes focused on giving you the administrative tactics to become a well-rounded and agile problem solver, adaptive for a diverse workforce. After a deep dive into an array of subjects, you’ll graduate ready to:
As an HT MBA student, you’ll learn from tenured professionals with real experience in the business world whose time-tested techniques will guide you to success in your current and future roles. What’s more, as a member of our HBCU community, you’ll have the unique opportunity to learn from a deeper perspective to address current issues and societal challenges head-on.
In addition to learning from experienced professors with successful business careers, you’ll also study alongside fellow adult students with diverse backgrounds in business, giving you valuable opportunities to connect and network with other ambitious, accomplished professionals.
In this program, you’ll take convenient online classes from wherever you choose to learn, while also getting in-person help once a week during on-campus classes on Fridays or Saturdays. With this combined online and on-campus learning, and no GMAT to study for, you can finish your degree while keeping a full-time job and still graduate in 18 months or less.
Since our founding in 1875, we’ve been dedicated to providing educational opportunities to a diverse population of students. That dedication and tradition is infused in everything we do, so you’ll graduate prepared to tackle today’s challenges undaunted, unflinching, and unafraid.
“We always make sure our MBA students feel like they can talk to anyone, they are a part of the family, and they cannot fail.”
–Dr. Steven Edmond
Dean and Professor Emeritus
School of Business and Technology