Our 2020 rankings of the Top Online MBA Programs in Connecticut. For an explanation of ranking criteria, click here.

Top Connecticut Online MBA Programs - 2020 Rankings
1Quinnipiac UniversityHamden
2University of HartfordWest Hartford
1. Quinnipiac University, Hamden, Connecticut
Quinnipiac University

Quinnipiac University (QU) was founded in 1929 by business professor and politician Samuel W. Tator, under the name Connecticut College of Commerce. The school would later be renamed Junior College of Commerce (JCC) in 1935 and finally, Quinnipiac University in 1951. This private, coeducational university offers more than 110 programs to approximately 7,000 undergraduate and 3,000 graduate, medical and law students. Three campuses are located in Hamden and North Haven, Connecticut, and programs are offered in the College of Arts and Sciences and across eight professional schools.

The School of Business at Quinnipiac University  offers a 46 credit hour Online MBA Program that may be completed in as little as 2.5 years. The program allows students to “formulate customized concentrations that focus on specific professional interests,” says the school. Students may create a concentration by choosing electives from six areas including Computer Information Systems, Finance, Health Care Management, International Business, Management, and Marketing. A Health Care Management Track (MBA-HCM) is also available.

The AACSB-accredited QU Online MBA offers three start dates: Fall (late August), Spring (late January), and Summer (late May).

2. University of Hartford, West Hartford, Connecticut
University of Hartford

Founded in 1957, the University of Hartford (UHart) is a four-year private university serving nearly 7,000 students enrolled in more than 100 academic programs across seven colleges and schools, including Barney School of Business. Here, working professionals have the opportunity to earn an MBA in 24 months.

This fully online program consists of 12 courses for a total of 36 credits. Students will study several different disciplines in nine required classes ranging from economics to accounting to management. The remaining three classes will be electives in the chosen concentration. Concentration options include Accounting, Business Analytics, Finance, Healthcare Management, International Business, Management, Marketing, Project Management, and Supply Chain Management.

Graduates of the program are prepared to pursue careers in finance, management consulting, technology, marketing, logistics, other many other fields, in large corporations, family-owned businesses, not-for-profit organizations, and more.