Partner with the #1-ranked Kelley Online MBA to create a custom course plan and maximize your passions. With seven majors, 50% electives, and a business functions core, our innovative curriculum enables you to gain the deep specialization of a master’s degree and take the courses that align with your professional interests.
Personalize your MBA experience to achieve your goals.
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Kelley's new online MBA curriculum is unlike any other. You’ll show employers that you have real-world experience in your specific area of interest through experiential learning courses that may include:
Consulting with a small business in an emerging economy in another country
Presenting recommendations to Fortune 500 executives in a major US market
Meeting your classmates, faculty, and career coach in Bloomington, Indiana
Why the Kelley Online MBA?
The Kelley Online MBA provides ultimate specialization and customization options so that you can tailor your degree to your personal needs and career interests. Here’s how:
Expert Career Coaching
You’ll work one-on-one with a certified career coach to chart your career path in your chosen field, improve your interviewing skills, and connect with your target companies.
Our immersive, in-person experiences build your skills and confidence in your area of interest—and stand out to employers. These experiential learning courses include consulting projects with major US firms or small businesses in another country.
Connect with professors—experts in your field of interest and the same faculty who teach in Kelley's renowned in-residence program—in weekly live classes and via phone, email, or video conference.
While most online MBAs provide scant opportunity to enroll in many elective courses, Kelley is doubling the number of elective classes that its online students will be able to take. For the first time, online students will have the option of majoring in a discipline ... (with) seven majors, ranging from finance and marketing to entrepreneurship and innovation and business analytics.John A. Byrne, chairman and editor-in-chief, Poets & Quants