Online Master’s Degrees in Business From Syracuse UniversityOnline Master’s Degrees in Business From Syracuse UniversityOnline Master’s Degrees in Business From Syracuse University
Learn From Expert Orange Faculty and Shape the Future of Business
Syracuse University’s Martin J. Whitman School of Management offers world-class online business degrees that prepare students to make an immediate impact in their organizations—all while being delivered in a collaborative and flexible online format.
Master’s in Business Administration (MBA)
Develop high-level analytical and leadership skills and take advantage of essential networking opportunities in this top-ranked online MBA program.
For over a decade, Syracuse University’s online business programs have empowered students to collaborate and network with diverse professionals from around the world and become a part of our Orange community. Each of our programs have been developed based on research about the best methods for online learning and all coursework has been designed by Whitman faculty with business students in mind.
Syracuse University’s online business students participate in live, face-to-face classes, hosted via Zoom, to promote collaboration and networking. All live classes are recorded for later review and include features such as breakout rooms for group projects, dark mode for night-time studying, and adjustable video speed for reviewing lectures.
Self-Paced Multimedia Coursework
On their own schedules, students complete weekly coursework that features high-quality videos, interactive content, quizzes, guest lectures and case studies.
Programs Designed for Working Professionals
Our online business programs are designed for working professionals who travel frequently or can’t commute to class. That’s why we offer classes six days a week, 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. ET, and all coursework and live classes are accessible via our full-service mobile app.
At Syracuse Business, MBA students are required to attend three residencies as a part of their degree program. Master’s students are welcome to attend a residency as a part of their degree program when the topics are relevant. These three-day events are designed similarly to business conferences, encompassing experiential learning, insightful talks from prominent speakers, and interactive panels. They also provide invaluable networking opportunities, allowing students to meet their peers and professors face-to-face. Residencies are held either on campus, in the U.S., or abroad.
The Whitman School of Management is committed to supporting a diverse student body and empowering business professionals around the world. See below for our class profile:
Female students: 43%
Male students: 57%
Average years of work experience: 11-12
Military affiliation: 29%
Race and ethnicity: 7% Asian, 16% Black or African American, 12% Hispanic, 58% White, 3% two or more races, 4% unknown
Syracuse University and the Whitman School have a long commitment to the military community. Visit our Military Resources page to learn more. For a full breakdown of each branch that our military affiliated students represent, see below:
U.S. states represented
This information is tracked using an enrollment report. This is a report that is manually updated each term by adding in each new cohort group and updating graduates and withdrawals. This data represents all-time student enrollment as of June 2020 in Syracuse University Whitman School of Management online business programs.
Of the 29% military-affiliated students in Syracuse University Whitman School of Management’s online business programs, 48% come from the Army, 19% come from the Navy, 16% come from the Marines, 15% come from the Air Force, and 2% come from the Coast Guard.
Meet Our Orange Business Students
Here at the Whitman School of Management, we celebrate the unique accomplishments of our diverse students and alumni. One such alumnus is professional NFL running back Latavius Murray, who chose Syracuse University not only because of its rich history of academic excellence but also because he grew up in Syracuse, New York.
“When I brought up the idea of going back to school, I thought, ‘Where can I go that would really mean something to me?’ I thought, Syracuse University. This was an opportunity for me to come back and be a part of this University that I’d been watching and keeping track of from a really young age, and also once I found out that this was one of the best schools to get your MBA, it was a no-brainer.”
Since its founding in 1870, Syracuse University has established a proud tradition of bringing students from diverse backgrounds together to create, grow and break boundaries. Today the Syracuse University network spans more than a quarter-million alumni across all 50 U.S. states and 160 countries.
The Martin J. Whitman School of Management has been a leader in education innovation for 100 years and introduced its first distance-learning MBA program in 1977. The Whitman School combines the resources of a large university with individualized attention to offer our students the best possible learning experience both online and in-person. Learn more about our on-campus program experience.
Give Your Career the Orange Business Advantage
Don’t wait to gain new business expertise and join a global network of professionals across a variety of fields and industries.
Help us get to know you better by filling out the brief form below. A member of our community will be in touch soon to connect and we will email you with information about the program.