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About the Radford University MBA
The Radford University Master's of Business Administration (MBA) provides a broad-based, cross-functional education in core business areas with target electives in analytics and innovation designed to prepare students for advanced leadership roles in both private and public sectors of the global economy. Graduate business courses provide experiential learning opportunities that engage students in the educational process, thereby providing a bridge between theory and practice.
Our AACSB-accredited MBA program is offered on campus and online
Radford University MBA Classes are offered on campus and online. As a full-time student, you can earn your MBA in 2 years (no summers) through face-to-face evening classes on campus while engaging in programs and coursework designed to prepare you to become a leader in a diverse global work environment.
As a part-time MBA student, you can complete the program online in as little as 2 years (includes summers) and you will develop relevant skills and knowledge that will benefit your career during your coursework, not just after receiving the degree. Learn more information about MBA classes online.
Course Rotations for on-campus and online classes are designed to run in a continuous loop so you can start at any time and finish in 2 years:
On campus 2 year rotation
Online 2 year rotation
The Radford MBA Program is flexible: Students are welcome to take courses in their preferred delivery format, on-campus or online, and can complete the program at their own pace as long as it’s within the six-year degree completion requirement.