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The University of Scranton is a private, non-profit, co-educational, Catholic and Jesuit research university, located in the historic Hill Section of Scranton, Pennsylvania, United States. It was founded in 1888 by William O'Hara, the first Bishop of Scranton, as St. Thomas College.
Study in United States of America
- The US is the most popular destination for international students while American universities often dominate the global rankings.
- As can be expected of a country with a population of 325 million, the US has a diverse range of cities and universities to choose from.
- The United States is the world’s greatest economic power in terms of gross domestic product and has been among the world’s highest-ranking countries in terms of GDP per capita. The US economy is marked by resilience, flexibility, and innovation.
The University of Scranton's Online AACSB-accredited MBA program is equal in quality and rigor to the program we offer on campus. The online programs are designed to meet the needs of working professionals, with access to courses at your convenience, 24/7. You can choose the Online General MBA, or choose from multiple specializations: Accounting, Enterprise Resource Planning, Healthcare Management, Human Resources, International Business, or Operations Management. The Online MBA offers a Flex Curriculum that requires 36 credit hours of coursework. There are also 12 credit hours of foundation modules, which may be required depending on your qualifications. You will be required to take the cornerstone and capstone courses, select at least four core courses, and three to six electives of your choice. We have designed the curriculum so that you can meet your specific interests and career goals, while still gaining an understanding of core business functions.
* To complete your admissions process, you’ll need to submit:
* An application;
* 3 letters of reference;
* A statement of intent;
* Your resume;
* Case study;
* Academic transcripts from all schools attended;
* Students from non-English speaking countries are required to verify proficiency in English through one of the following methods: TOEFL, IELTS, or STEP;