Online MBA (OMBA)

Master of Business Administration

Get real business experience from your online MBA program.






Weekly Live Sessions


Experiential (EXPO) credits

In today's data-driven economy, business leaders must possess a diverse skill set and experience to navigate cultural and technological changes with confidence.

Northeastern University's D'Amore-McKim School of Business is at the forefront of redefining what it means to earn your MBA online by leveraging experience to prepare you for success in the face of rapid change.

"I've been connecting with people from different industries and the exchange of ideas has really helped me have more ideas that I can apply in my daily work."

Ekin Alper, Online MBA

Customize your courses to match your interests

Northeastern’s Online MBA provides you with choices and flexibility to position yourself for success. With two-thirds of your classes as electives, you’ll choose 10-13 courses aligned with your personal career goals.

You’ll get immediately actionable business knowledge, insights and ideas for what’s next in business. The Online MBA program is designed from top to bottom to enable you to translate what you learn into effectiveness and leadership on the job immediately, including an emphasis on indispensable human skills.

Learn more about the OMBA curriculum.

Get real business experience

Learning by doing is a hallmark of a Northeastern MBA. Over one-fifth of your learning in the Online MBA program will be rooted in experience (what we call EXPO)—involving actual assignments with companies and organizations.

Learn more about the OMBA EXPO courses.

"When you study at Northeastern, you know that every course prepares you for a business world that's global, digital, and tech-driven. Employers know it, too."

Morgan Francese, Online MBA Success Manager

Attend live sessions and connect with faculty and peers

In addition to on-demand content, each Online MBA course provides optional live faculty connect sessions each week as well as open faculty office hours.

Attend optional in-person events like a Husky Huddle or the Campus Connect on the Boston campus to build deep with faculty, peers, and staff. 

Admission pathways for all backgrounds

Skip the application—let your performance pave the way. With the OMBA program's Performance-Based Admissions pathway, you can skip the application process and use your performance on two initial pathway courses to secure your place in the Online MBA program.

Complete two courses, get a ‘B’ grade or better, show proof of your bachelor’s degree by the time you complete the two courses, and you’ll join the next cohort in the full degree program.

Submit your Fast App to join the program today.

You can also apply to the program using the standard graduate application for direct admission consideration. 

Learn more about all the OMBA admissions pathways.

Upcoming deadlines

TermSubmit your Fast App ByStart Date
Fall IAugust 12September 4
Fall IISeptember 30October 21
Spring IDecember 9January 6

Submit your Fast App by August 12 to start courses September 4.

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Fast App pathway courses

Review the course descriptions for the Online MBA PBA pathway to get an overview of what to expect in your first two classes.

FINA 6318: Financial Management

Introduces time value of money calculations and applications. Building upon a basis in accounting, offers students an opportunity to learn how to extract relevant information from the accounting statements for use in financial calculations and ratio analysis. Also examines capital planning, including determining relevant cash flows, calculating decision measures, and making the correct decisions.

MKTG 6318: Customer Value and the Enterprise

Examines the role of marketing as an organizational function and a set of processes to manage offerings that provide superior value to customers. Focuses on developing student skill in analyzing the customer and business environment and using that analysis to build an effective marketing strategy. Emphasizes methods for the identification, acquisition, and retention of customers in a way that provides mutual value to the customer and the organization.

Meet the OMBA team

Haley Hostetter

Haley Hostetter

Assistant Director of Learner Acquisition

Online MBA

Morgan Francese

Morgan Francese

Success Manager

Online MBA

Jessica Ward

Jessica Ward

Program & Relationship Manager

Online MBA

Dr. John Bai

Dr. John Bai

Faculty Director

Online MBA

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