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Professionally Designed. That's the Point.

Advance in your profession with an accredited MBA degree from Point Park University.

We offer one of the top MBA programs in the Pittsburgh region and our location in the heart of the city provides our students with many career-advancing connections.

Our classes are taught by faculty who back up their academic teachings with real-world industry work experience. 

Flexible Formats Offered

Our 36-credit MBA program will fit into your busy life and work schedule.

You can complete your MBA degree in as little as 18 months and can choose from one of these program formats:

Pictured is MBA alumnus Oliha Grichang.

MBA Concentration Options

Each of our concentrations include the benefit of networking with professionals at successful corporations in Pittsburgh who work in those fields.

Choose from one of the following eight concentrations in our MBA program:

Faculty bring industry experience and expertise to the classroom

Learn from professors with extensive business industry and academic experience.

Meet the faculty
Pictured is Professor Angela Isaac, Ph.D.
FACULTY SPOTLIGHT
  • Served as senior vice president of operational risk and oversight at Fannie Mae in Washington, D.C.
  • Was director and product leader of Basel II Services with Protiviti, a subsidiary of Robert Half International, Inc.
  • Held executive positions at leading financial institutions including BankBoston, Bank of Hawaii, First Interstate and Citigroup

Alumni Success

Learn where our MBA graduates have gone on to build their careers.

More profiles
Pictured is MBA alumna Emily DeShantz. Photo by Nick Koehler.
"I felt an advanced business degree would make me more valuable in the job market. It was fantastic that I was able to continue working full time while earning my master’s degree."
Pictured is MBA alumnus Michael Banks. Photo by Brandy Richey.
"The faculty involved with the MBA program are amazing! The amount of experience and knowledge that each member brings is something that is not found in most academic settings."

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