Grove City College currently offers:
Master’s degrees have a high return on investment (ROI). According to the Wall Street Journal, "At about 98% of universities that offer master’s of business administration programs, graduates typically made more money two years out of school than they had borrowed, a Wall Street Journal analysis of federal student loan data for nearly 600 programs found." In addition, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, on average, those with a master’s degree earn approximately $13,000 more per year than those with a Bachelor’s degree.
Grove City College is a nationally-recognized institution with a collaborative learning community and a strong history of creating national leaders. (CEO Ed Breen and the Hon. Paul J. McNulty are graduates of Grove City College.)
Current graduate students provide additional insight into this question:
Yes. The online graduate degrees are accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education.
Grove City College’s online graduate courses provide structure with due dates for project deliverables, but also provide flexibility for you to maintain your current employment. You will complete projects, assignments, papers, and engage with your professors and cohort to solve problems, discuss relevant topics, and network. You will periodically journey to Grove City College for weekend residencies. Although the residency requirement is minimal, it will greatly strengthen valuable connections within both the cohort and the professional community.
You are encouraged to take courses with your peer group and meet in person with periodic networking opportunities.
Yes! You will be invited to campus for networking events.
The Master of Business Administration (MBA) is a 39 credit program (30 core and 9 concentration), while the Master of Science in Business Analytics is a 30 credit program.
Costs vary by program; see your chosen program for costs.
Grove City College’s online graduate courses are taught by Grove City College’s award-winning faculty. Grove City College faculty are well-published, current in research and most have executive level corporate experience. See the fact sheet for your chosen master’s program to find the faculty who will be teaching in that program.
Prospective students may be required to submit the following (check the Graduate Degree Program you plan to enter since requirements may vary):
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Grove City College offers online courses to help you meet the graduate entrance requirements. Prospective graduate students are invited to enroll in any of the available online courses, including the graduate program prerequisites:
Additional expenses include books and other course related items, expenses incurred during residency periods (e.g., hotel, food, travel, misc.), and an application fee. (Note: Residency periods may occur twice a year for approximately three days).