Online Learning

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The online program at MBU puts you within a mouse click of accomplishing your goals. Whether you’re moving up the ladder or moving to a new career, MBU will help you build a bright future.

Our online courses and degree programs are tailor made for the busy person with the drive to succeed. Thanks to this flexible learning environment, you can start at any point in the year and complete classes at your own pace. It’s your degree, your way.

Why choose online learning at MBU?

  • It’s flexible. Take classes from anywhere at anytime. Courses typically begin every eight weeks, so your start date is up to you.
  • It’s innovative. Choosing online learning means you get the same quality education as students who attend classes at one of our campus locations, but in a way that best suits you. Our experienced faculty members are always available, via e-mail, Skype or a quick phone call.
  • It’s affordable. Our tuition rates are among the lowest of both public and private schools. MBU’s Financial Aid Office is available to assist in any way to help further your education.
  • It’s a good investment. Invest in a bright future.

You don’t have to sit in a traditional classroom to shine on.




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