MBA

Ian Wilson '20G says his MBA is teaching him to make data-driven decisions to drive growth and change
When Ian Wilson ‘20G decided to apply to MBA programs, he carefully weighed his options before pursuing a part-time MBA at the University of New Hampshire’s Manchester campus. The Hudson, N.H., resident researched graduate programs in Greater Boston and New Hampshire, ultimately choosing the Paul...
Program ranked #40 out of 345 U.S. business schools
U.S. News & World Report has ranked UNH’s online MBA program No. 40 in the nation. The ranking includes programs at 345 U.S. business schools. Offered by UNH’s Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics, the program climbed 11 spots from last year’s No. 51 ranking, and 38...
A lifetime fascination turned career
Russell Miles, senior lecturer, decision sciences, Paul College of Business and Economics. “Growing up in East Rochester, New Hampshire, my friends and I would often go exploring in an old abandoned shoe factory near my house. Well, technically, it was trespassing, but it was fun, and I was...
Jesse McGowan '18G says an MBA complements his engineering degree, helping him embrace complexity
Jesse McGowan '18G earned his B.S. in mechanical engineering at UNH in 2002. He chose Paul College's online MBA program because it allowed him to continue working and, at the same time, learn the business skills needed to better manage his staff and his organization. It far exceeded his...
Bianca Nicolosi '18G gained the knowledge and skills needed to advance her career
Bianca Nicolosi '18G loved the flexibility of the part-time MBA program. If was the perfect fit for a busy professional looking to gain a deeper understanding of the skills necessary to grow her career, and the specialization in information systems and business analytics gave her a competitive edge...
Explore the possibilities
From large corporations with global reach to small startups or nonprofit organizations, many companies are looking for skilled MBA graduates to add value to their missions. Today, there are many options for students to pursue an MBA, from ...
The ability to play collegiate soccer while earning an AACSB-accredited MBA was a draw for Dante Lamb '18
In addition to the small cohort, and the New York and China residencies, two things stuck out in the Full-Time MBA program for Dante Lamb '18G: the faculty in the program and the Corporate Consulting Project. “The commitment that the professors show is amazing."
US Army, MBA '16
“To grow in my military career, I felt I needed to strengthen my knowledge in the areas that an MBA focuses on –the softer skills of leadership that are not afforded by military rank, as well as the more technical skills you learn in classes focused on topics like information technology and...
US Air Force, MBA '18
"This program is a great fit for military veterans because it gives them so many different options. In the military you’re basically trained to do one thing. Here, you have a whole different variety of different classes. You can really focus in on the ones that you enjoy, anything that calls to you...
"I had been thinking about getting my MBA for a long time. My talent and skillset is in English and Creative Writing—I’m a very right-brained person—but I wanted to build a stronger foundation in Finance, Economics, and the language of business, so that I could be more marketable for future...
"The program was outstanding. For me, working individually is much easier, but this program forces you to come at your problems as a group so that you can learn from your peers, all of whom have multiple experiences, opinions, and work styles."