• The Hamline MBA

    Gain the traction you need to take off in your career.

    It only takes 24 months to complete your degree and classes are held one night a week. The Hamline MBA program will help you enrich your knowledge and skills, plus it will help you make the personal connections that can further your career.

    The Hamline MBA program is highly respected and fits the lives of busy working professionals like you. You’ll learn from business scholars and leaders with advanced academic credentials and years of professional experience. The skills and knowledge you gain will give you the traction you need to take off in your career. You won’t have to do it alone. You’ll enjoy academic and emotional support from fellow students who will share the journey to earning a Hamline MBA with you. You and your cohort will develop bonds, share professional knowledge and build a life-long network.
     
     
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    The Course Work - MBA Curriculum

    MBA courses are arranged in six, 16-week semesters.   
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    Mark Your Calendar - MBA Schedule

    The MBA can be completed in 24 months.
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    It's Your Choice - St. Paul and Minneapolis Locations

    Students may complete their MBA degrees at either Hamline's St. Paul campus or Minneapolis campus. 
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    Invest in Yourself - MBA Degree Cost

    $675 per credit (48 credits total)
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    Scholars and Leaders - MBA Faculty

    Hamline MBA faculty bring diversity in experience and expertise into the classroom to provide students with a comprehensive view of the business world.
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    Apply to Hamline

    Admission to the Hamline MBA is a rigorous and highly selective process. Earning a Hamline MBA degree is not a competition. It’s a collaborative process. You must be a person with integrity—who has your colleague ’s back. If you have a strong work ethic and show leadership ability, request an information packet and attend an information session. We look forward to seeing you on campus.

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    Hamline Doctorate of Public Administration student Momoh Sekou Dudu recently published his memoir titled, Harrowing December: Recounting a Journey of Sorrows & Triumphs.

    Hamline School of Business Professor and Hamline MBA Director Dave Berg was interviewed on WCCO TV’s Good Question segment.

    Director of Public Administration Programs and the Center for Public Administration and Leadership Kris Norman-Major moderated a panel addressing the misadventures of policy implementation and the lessons learned.