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Management (MBA)

Practical Skills and Flexible Learning for Today’s Leaders

ACBSP Accredited

100% Online With Live Virtual Sessions

Industry-Experienced Faculty

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  • Duration 2 years
  • Cost per Credit $700
  • Credit Hours 30

Program Benefits

  • Several specializations to customize your degree
  • GRE/GMAT not required
  • Gain the skills and confidence to meet leadership and management challenges head-on

ACBSP-Accredited MBA

Our online Management (MBA) gives you practical skills through hands-on application. Build this program around your schedule, goals, and life by learning 100-percent online or in a blended format through recorded lectures and in-person or live virtual classrooms. This flexibility gives you the opportunity to get immediate instructor feedback in live sessions, 24/7 access to material through online content, and the ability to learn when and where it’s convenient for you.

The two-year, 30-credit online Managment (MBA) degree has ACBSP accreditation (Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs). Recognition from this leading accreditation association affirms you’ll receive a high-quality education from Utica University.

Top-Ranked Online MBA Program

The Online MBA program was ranked a Best Online MBA4 program by in 2021, as well as a Top 100 Hybrid MBA Colleges5 for 2021 by University HQ. Metrics used to select schools include the quality of their program, and other factors like acceptance rate, cost per credit, retention rate, and alumni success.

Career Outlook

Utica University’s online Management (MBA) program gives you expertise that applies across industries in today’s global market.

You’ll graduate with a deep understanding of business and the confidence to meet leadership and management challenges head-on. Prepare for positions like Chief Financial Officer ($129K average salary1), Senior Financial Analyst ($74K average salary2), and Director of Operations ($88K average salary3).

Career Outlook

Curriculum: From Core Skills to Your Career

Your online Management (MBA) degree curriculum begins with business foundation courses. These 10 required courses are strategically designed for intense focus and application concerning fundamental business skills, including financial fluency, data-driven decision-making, the principles of leadership, and more.

Next, you’ll take four electives in your chosen specialization, tailored to your career goals and the needs of the market. You’ll complete your program with a three-credit capstone in which you’ll work with a real-world company of your choice and prepare for real-world success.

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Available Specializations

Choose a career-focused Management (MBA) specialization, or build your own General specialization, to set yourself apart from the competition and serve an organization’s business needs.

Management (MBA): Business Analytics

Specialize your Management MBA with a focus on business analytics. Use theoretical models in the collection, design, and analysis of quantitative and qualitative data, and the real-world process of creating and implementing solutions based on that data.

Management (MBA): Entrepreneurship

Specialize your MBA in entrepreneurship. This customized program is ideal for strategic early-career or mid-career professionals who are motivated to bring a communication, information, or media business idea to fruition.

Management (MBA): Finance/Accounting

Specialize your MBA and explore economic forces, how they relate to profitability and growth, and gain an introduction to managerial accounting and contemporary issues in cost management.

Management (MBA): Health Care Management

Specialize your MBA in Health Care Management and graduate ready for the challenges of patient-centered care, plus gain a thorough understanding of the complex ethical and legal issues involved from an organizational level.

Management (MBA): General Track

Build your own specialization with the MBA: General Track and explore your professional interests through a selection of elective courses.

Admission Requirements

Our online Management (MBA) is built to help you rise above your competition. We ensure this program is up to date in addressing the needs of organizations and that graduates are prepared to succeed in today’s marketplace. To apply, you need:

Incredible opportunities await an MBA-prepared professional with the right mix of practical skills and hands-on experience — across industries, in all kinds of companies.

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Tuition and Financial Aid

This 30-credit program costs $700 per credit hour. Utica University is dedicated to making an advanced education accessible and affordable and offers many avenues for financial aid.

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Faculty: Work With Business World Experts

As an online student in Utica’s MBA program, you’ll work directly with our expert business faculty. All of our instructors have current experience in today’s ever-evolving business world, with expertise ranging from digital marketing and economics to accounting and cybersecurity.

No matter how you choose to communicate — be it online, in-person, through live virtual sessions, or a combination of all three — your professors will pass on their most relevant and practical insights and deep knowledge of the field. They’ll guide you through your online MBA every step of the way, and they’re devoted to your success.

Mathew Marmet

Matthew Marmet, MBA, Ph.D.

Director, MBA Programs

Matthew Marmet, MBA, Ph.D., was born and raised in the Mohawk Valley. In addition to his position as Director of MBA Programs at Utica, he serves as an Assistant Professor of Management.

Marmet’s work experience includes time spent in Human Resources functions, such as organization and management development, training, and employee onboarding.

In addition to being an avid outdoorsman, he is a Harley-Davidson enthusiast and spends most of his summers on two wheels. He is happily married to his wife, Shawna, and they have two Bichon Frises named Leon and Louie.

Honors and Distinctions

  • Ph.D. in Industrial and Organizational Psychology from the University of Connecticut
  • M.A. in Industrial and Organizational Psychology from the University of Connecticut
  • M.B.A. from Utica University
  • B.S. in Psychology from Union College
Richard Fenner

Richard G. Fenner, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Economics

Richard G. Fenner, Ph.D., MBA, has been a Utica faculty member since 1989 and is currently Dean of the School of Business and Justice Studies at Utica. In addition, he also serves as the director of Utica’s Mohawk Valley Center for Economic Education.

Fenner’s research interests include the areas of education finance, pedagogy, creating teaching materials, and teaching economics. His most recent work includes a study for the U.S. Department of Education on the impact of state aid on local school districts. He also co-authored a book titled, “Teaching Financial Crises,” and developed curriculum for Aplia.

Honors and Distinctions

  • Ph.D. in Economics from Syracuse University
  • MBA from Cornell University

Selected Publications

  • Evensky, J., Kao, D., Fadele, R., Fenner, R., & Yang, Q. (2006). Addressing prerequisite mathematics needs—a case study in introductory economics, International Journal of Mathematical Education in Science and Technology, 28:5, 629-639.
“Earning a graduate degree at Utica College [now known as Utica University] is a great way to boost your resume and land you the career of your dreams.”

Benefits of Being an Online Student

Whether you are advancing your career or switching it, online learning gives you a unique perspective from your instructors and fellow students. You’ll get the same high-quality education, credentials, and faculty support without slowing down your life.

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Planning Your Budget

Paying for an online education doesn’t have to be stressful. We’ve compiled helpful resources that can get you well on your way to financing your education. Learn more about available options and how you can get started.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Advancing your life and career with an online degree comes with lots of questions, and we want to ensure your search for answers is effortless. If you have a question we haven’t covered, call (866) 295-3106 to speak with an enrollment counselor.

You can complete the MBA program in just 2 years. To see the curriculum, view our courses page.

The total estimated tuition for the MBA is $21,000. You can review all tuition costs here.

Utica University’s (formerly Utica College) MBA program is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP). ACBSP’s student-centered teaching and learning approach, which is measured and analyzed for quality, ensures that students gain the right skills from their educational investment. Institutions with programs accredited by ACBSP are committed to continuous improvement that ensures their business program will give students the skills employers want.

The first step toward applying for the MBA program is to start your application. Then, you should start to gather required application materials such as a personal statement, two letters of recommendation, official transcripts, and a résumé. You can learn more about admission to the MBA here.

You’ll complete 10 courses in the MBA business core, and the remaining number of courses will depend on the specialization you select. You can review courses now.

Yes, you can choose to complete this program 100% online or in a blended format through recorded lectures and in-person or live virtual classrooms. This flexibility gives you the opportunity to get immediate instructor feedback in live sessions, 24/7 access to material through online content, and the ability to learn when and where it’s convenient for you. Read more about the MBA.

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  1. Payscale (2019 January). Average Chief Financial Officer (CFO) Salary. Retrieved on January 9, 2019, from
  2. Payscale (2019 January). Average Senior Financial Analyst Salary. Retrieved on January 9, 2019, from
  3. Payscale (2019 January). Average Director of Operations Salary. Retrieved on January 9, 2019, from