Alabama MBA Programs
In the state of Alabama, you can study for and receive your Master of Business Administration Degree either online or at a walk-on campus. Online MBA programs are an increasingly popular alternative as they offer such a tremendous degree of flexibility and affordability.
This page lists several of the more popular online MBA opportunities as well as most of the traditional walk-on schools in the state. Not all of the instate schools listed here offer graduate degree programs; however, all of the online schools listed here do offer an MBA degree program for Alabama residents.
Popular online choices:
University of Phoenix
Founded in 1976, University of Phoenix is dedicated to meeting the needs of working students. Now the largest private university in North America, we offer conveniently located campuses and learning centers as well as a flexible online learning format available in most countries around the world. Regardless of where or how you attend class, you’ll receive a real-world education with real value.
DeVry University’s Keller Graduate School of Management
A degree from DeVry University’s Keller Graduate School of Management gives you the credibility to succeed in your career, whether you are just starting out, already in the work force or contemplating a career change. For more than 34 years, Keller has delivered relevant, practical graduate management education that has helped thousands of alumni transform their skills and sharpen their competitive edge.
University of Liverpool
With an international reputation for high quality, The University of Liverpool is one of the most highly respected educational institutions in the UK. Study international online Master programmes in a virtual classroom with senior management students from all over the world.
Instate Schools (not all offer graduate programs):
Alabama A & M University
Alabama State University
Athens State University
Auburn University Main Campus
Birmingham Southern College
Jacksonville State University
Southern Christian University
Spring Hill College
Troy State University Dothan
Troy State University-Main Campus
University of Alabama
University of Alabama at Birmingham
University of Alabama in Huntsville
University of Mobile
University of Montevallo
University of North Alabama
University of South Alabama
University of South Alabama-Baldwin
University of West Alabama