Program FAQs

The online application is available on the UNC Charlotte Graduate School website. The deadline for fall semester applications is Aug. 1, 2022. Applications will be accepted and reviewed as long as space remains in the program. However, candidates should plan to allow a minimum of 30 days for their application to clear the review process. 

Online MBA courses are offered through the Canvas learning management system, which includes discussion forums, on-demand lecture presentations, streaming video and group collaboration software.
Classes will be mostly asynchronous (students do not have to be together at the same time). However, some faculty may develop select lectures to be delivered synchronously (all students are together in real time virtually through technology video tools). Your courses will have due dates for assingments throughout the semester. 
Courses are seven and a half weeks.
If taking a full load, students can complete the program in as little as three semesters. The typical part-time student can expect to complete the program in three years.
The Professional MBA offers a traditional, on-campus MBA experience with flexible options for concentrations. The new Online MBA will be delivered fully online with shorter course length. Students can choose from a choice of tech-focused concentrations. 
Just like Charlotte's Professional MBA, which has been ranked as top value in public universities in the Carolinas, the Online MBA offers a strong value and return on investment. Tuition for the program is $30,000-$55,000, depending on student residency status.
Online MBA students have access to the same, top-quality professional development and networking opportunities offered to other Belk College graduate programs, including career coaching seminars and programs, student events, community events and more.
Students must be enrolled in the Online MBA program to take the courses.
MBA students may transfer up to 6 credit hours, based on UNC Charlotte academic policy.
Yes. Students from all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands are eligible.
At this time, graduate students with F1 or J1 Visas or who reside outside the United States and its territories are not eligibile to take Charlotte MBA courses online.