Combine a Broad Academic Perspective
with Real-World Experience
Prepare for new career challenges, contribute to your sense of achievement and growth, and spark your discovery of new possibilities with a 100% online MBA program from The University of Texas at Tyler. Our accelerated programs give you opportunities to expand your accomplishments and your professional options affordably and conveniently.
Master of Business Administration Online
Develop your corporate leadership skills, prepare for management roles and deepen your knowledge of the evolving global business environment.
MBA in Healthcare Management Online
Learn the principles of financial, human resources, and operations management within the context of the American healthcare system.
MBA with a Concentration in Marketing Online
Grow broad-based business management skills while focusing on practical marketing applications designed to target consumer motivations.
MBA with a Concentration in Cyber Security Online
Bridge the space between executives and technologists and prepare for critical management roles in the high-demand field of information security.
Why Choose The University of Texas at Tyler
The MBA online is ranked a "Best Online MBA Program" by U.S. News & World Report (2017)
The MBA in Healthcare Management has been recognized as one of "The 25 Best Online MBA in Healthcare Management Degree Programs" in the country by TheBestSchools.org
The College of Business and Technology is fully accredited by The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB International)
What They're Saying About UTTyler
Discover the benefits of a UT Tyler online MBA
"We are a pioneer in online education."
JD, Associate Professor of Business Law; Director of Graduate Programs
Why earn an online MBA from UT Tyler?
Top 10 reasons to enroll in the UT Tyler MBA online program—watch this!
No time to learn? Time to go online!
"With the online format, it has really not been that disruptive to my home or my work life."
UT Tyler online class of 2014 (Temple, TX)
Online doesn't mean 'on your own'
"Almost every single one of my professors will take a phone call from you—even on their personal cell phone—if you have questions."
MBA, BSN, RN, UT Tyler online class of 2014 (Grand Rapids, MI)