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Earn your MBA at D'Youville in as little as 17 months — online or on campus — and gain the leadership skills and knowledge needed to take your career to the next level.

Overview & Distinctions


The Graduate Management Admissions Council (GMAC), the global nonprofit council of business schools, recently reported that “more than a decade of research … reveals two truths — business school graduates are highly employable and they credit their degrees for the opportunity to advance their careers.”

A worldwide survey of MBA program graduates found:

  • 92% of graduates agreed that their MBA prepared them to take on leadership roles in their organization,
  • 87% of graduates stated that their MBA helped them advance faster in their careers,
  • 86% said that getting an MBA increased their earning potential,
  • 95% felt that earning an MBA clearly impacted their career in a positive way so much that they’d recommend a graduate business education to other people.

Earn Your MBA Online or On Campus in as Little as 17 Months with Our Accelerated Program 

If you’re ready to give your career a boost by earning your MBA, D’Youville provides two formats, online and on campus, perfect for working adults who don’t want to (or can’t) put their careers on hold in order to earn their degrees. Our unique accelerated format for our IACBE-accredited MBA program means that only one course is taken at a time, allowing you to immerse yourself in one subject at a time.

Every five weeks you’ll begin a new course, allowing you to master each specialized area before moving on to the next. You'll be able to immediately apply the knowledge you gain each semester to your current career while developing the skills required to shift to your ideal industry or take your current career to the next level.

Why Choose D'Youville?

We know that there are many options available for  individuals who want to pursue an MBA. What’s the D’Youville difference?

  • D'Youville's MBA program is one of the fastest to completion and most affordable MBA options in Western New York.
  • We offer an IACBE-accredited program tailored for working adults that combines the advantages of face-to-face classroom learning with the flexibility of online learning, to allow you to join in virtually anywhere.
  • With our accelerated format, you will focus on one class at a time, mastering each topic area before moving on to the next, without having to juggle multiple classroom commitments.
  • Our MBA program draws upon over a century of D’Youville’s commitment to compassionate, ethical scholarship in the liberal arts, allowing us to offer a truly interdisciplinary MBA program that provides perspectives on business from nearly every angle.
  • Our faculty brings their real-world business experience to everything they teach. They are the link between theory and practice, allowing students like you to apply what you learn to actual business situations.
  • The D’Youville MBA’s focused approach transforms students into effective decision makers, whether in human resources, marketing, financial management, or other areas of business.
  • Small classes allow faculty to work directly with students while enabling students to get to know each other, expanding their networks, building professional contacts, and forming the kinds of relationships that last long after graduation.


At D'Youville we understand that financing your MBA degree can be difficult. That's why we we ensure various forms of financial aid are available to all students through scholarships, grants, and loans. Some affordability highlights are:

Admission Requirements

Admissions Requirements

  • A completed bachelor's degree in business from an accredited college or university*
  • A minimum grade point average of 3.0 (based on a 4.0 system) at the undergraduate level
    International Students: A minimum Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) score of 550

Admissions Materials

  • A completed, no-cost application (required)
  • Official undergraduate and graduate transcripts of all institutions attended (required)
  • Over two years of full-time employment experience in a professional, corporate, or business environment (recommended)
  • Personal statement of purpose outlining applicants professional goals and objectives (recommended)
  • Two letters of recommendation from employers, professional supervisors/colleagues, or previous professors (recommended)

*Other majors are welcome to apply. Students possessing degrees in non-business majors are required to successfully complete five online modules prior to the start of the program.


explore Courses in the MBA

Business Methods Statistics — MBA 501

Learn to apply and analyze the descriptive and inferential methods of statistics. Use computer models to enhance the underlying mathematical concepts. Delve into research through design, data collection, and analysis.

Theories of Economics — MBA 602

Go beyond just the principles of macro and microeconomics to learn how economic issues impact business decision making through the analysis of concrete, real world problems.

Special Topics in Business Management — MBA 623

Gain in-depth knowledge of current management issues; specific problems and issues related to organizational change; analysis of human resources; operations, and strategic management, finance and investments; or in areas of international trade and global management.

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Almost anyone who’s a professional or aspires to a professional career can benefit from earning their MBA. Earning an MBA can have a huge impact on your future opportunities and can help you learn the skills you’ll need to succeed in nearly any profession.

Studies evaluating  the impact an MBA has on a professional’s career has shown that earning an MBA is one of the best investments you can make in your future.

  • Bloomberg’s survey of 6,400 MBA graduates found that those who used their MBA to switch careers enjoyed a median pay increase of $55,000. Their survey also found that those who stayed in the same field still enjoyed a median $47,000 salary increase.
  • A GMAC survey of students in their final year of business school found that 62% of students about to graduate who were looking for a job had an offer of employment before graduation. Students who planned on staying with their current employer reported expecting an average 36% salary increase after completing their degrees.
  • The Financial Times annual survey of MBA graduates found that, on the average, three years after graduation MBA grads saw their salaries increase between approximately 50% to as much as 145%, depending on the age when they began their MBA.
  • Earning your MBA can provide greater benefits than just a potential increase in salary. It can also provide you with the skills and knowledge you need to thrive in an increasingly uncertain world. As Alison Goggin, Executive Director of MBA Admissions at the NYU Stern School of Business explained in TIME magazine recently, an MBA is essential for professionals who want to thrive in today’s economy:  “We live in a constantly evolving world. Companies are changing the way they do things. New industries and types of companies are emerging. Having an MBA will ensure you are prepared to flourish in this environment. An MBA gives you a broad base of business knowledge, the confidence and the network to embark on any kind of opportunity, whether it’s at your current organization, a new one or in your own business.”

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