SNC Launches Online MBA
Sierra Nevada College has just announced the launch of its new 100% online Master of Business Administration degree. The MBA program is designed to meet the needs of a wide range of students who want to improve their future prospects. The program offers rolling admissions and welcomes applicants with a bachelor’s degree in any major. No entrance exams are required. Three start dates each year and a 100% online course format ensure maximum flexibility for working adults.
This new program is part of the college’s ongoing mission to expand affordable pathways to advanced degrees. With 2019-2020 per-credit tuition of just $350, the program is competitively priced. Students can complete this highly valuable degree without taking on excessive debt. Both salaries and job opportunities for those with an MBA are high and growing. New data* show that the median annual base starting salary for new MBA hires in 2019 is more than double the median for new bachelor’s degree hires, and the highest ever recorded in the U.S. when adjusted for inflation.
“This new, fully online, MBA degree brings together accessibility, rigor, and affordability at a Nevada university with a 50-year record of student success.” – Dr. Mark Atkinson, Vice-President of Academic Extension
Like all of Sierra Nevada College’s academic programs, the online MBA is fully accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities (NWCCU). The program builds on the college’s history of excellence in business education. For undergraduates on the Incline Village campus, the Business Department at SNC offers Bachelor of Science In Business Administration degrees in Entrepreneurship, Finance and Economics, Global Business Management, Marketing, and Ski Business and Resort Management.
BSBA degrees in Accounting, Entrepreneurship, and Global Business Management are also offered through our Extension Centers in Nevada and California. Starting Spring 2020, SNC Tahoe undergraduates will be able to take up to nine credits that count towards both their bachelor’s and MBA degrees, putting bachelor’s degree graduates within four semesters of an MBA.