Business Schools with IACBE-Accredited Online MBA Programs

In today’s dynamic job market, having a bachelor’s degree sometimes is not enough. A master’s degree in business administration (MBA) is considered to be the top qualification for business management. Students pursuing an MBA learn about all facets of the business world through instruction in marketing, economics, accounting, leadership, finance, and human resource management. The coursework and real-world examples prepare students to tackle all areas of business administration.

MBA graduates can obtain management-level roles in public and private companies. They work in a wide range of industries, including retail, supply chain management, accountancy, public relations, real estate, banking, investment, and hospitality. Many universities now offer fully online MBA programs, along with several concentrations from which to choose depending on each student’s experience and professional interests.

The International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education (IACBE) is one of three organizations that offers accreditation to MBA and other business programs. IACBE approves entities based on the mission of a school, as well as the performance of students. The purpose of the IACBE is “to be the leader in mission-driven and outcomes-based programmatic accreditation for business and management education.” The IACBE provides accreditation to bachelor’s, master’s, associate, and doctoral degree programs.

The following guide covers five IACBE-accredited online MBA programs, as well as three distinguished faculty members from these programs.

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Professors to Know in IACBE-Accredited Online MBA Programs

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    Mark Harvey, PhD - University of Saint Mary

    Dr. Mark Harvey is the director of undergraduate and graduate programs at the University of Saint Mary. He teaches business courses on legal and ethical issues, leadership, international political economy, and international business. He also teaches political science classes on political theory, international relations, political strategy and management, and American government. He has taught at Duke University, the University of Kansas, the University of Birmingham, and the London School of Economics.

    Dr. Harvey is a member of professional organizations, such as the Kansas Association of Historians and American Politics Group. He completed his bachelor's degree in political science, English, and psychology from Washburn University. He also has two master's degrees—one in political science from the University of Missouri-Kansas City and one in international relations from Swansea University—and a doctorate in political science, international relations, comparative politics, American politics, and political theory from the University of Kansas.