Join Us For Virtual MBA Zoom Info Sessions

If you are ready to advance your leadership skills and your analytical knowledge, now is the time to consider the Lerner MBA at the University of Delaware’s Alfred Lerner College of Business and Economics. There’s still time to join us in fall 2022. Register here.

Meet with the Lerner College MBA admissions team during one of our upcoming Wednesday Zoom Info Sessions from Noon to 2 p.m. (EST). Lerner’s admissions team will answer your questions and help you design a UD Lerner MBA degree that fits your goals, in the right format for your schedule: on campus, online or a hybrid of both.

Why is this the right time to apply for the Lerner MBA? We have made the GMAT/GRE requirement optional for qualified candidates. The Lerner MBA is available part time, with evening classes that can be taken hybrid, online and in the classroom, for greater flexibility.

Our top-ranked program provides you with a rock-solid foundation in business management, techniques across essential business functions and the flexibility to specialize in majors or concentrations. Last year, 65% of Lerner MBAs changed careers, were promoted or received a raise while pursuing their degree. They saw an average salary increase of $16,000 and 95% rated their overall educational experience as excellent or good.

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