Learn How to Secure Financial Support From Your Employer

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As an aspiring MBA candidate, gaining support from your employer can be tremendously valuable, both financially and from a time-management perspective. Many employers will provide significant resources toward higher education to help employees make a greater impact on their organization; the key is knowing how to approach the conversation.

Our detailed Employer Benefit Guide offers tips and resources that may be useful in requesting and securing educational support from your organization. The guide outlines key program features and requirements, and highlights the benefits of supporting your education.

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Top-Ranked Online MBA by The Princeton Review in 2020

With the same academic rigor and content as the Martin J. Whitman School of Management's on-campus program, MBA@Syracuse allows you to:

  • Develop real relationships with peers and professors through face-to-face online classes
  • Grow your business skills on your own time with self-paced coursework
  • Join a successful, talented community of Syracuse business professionals
  • Invest in yourself without the need to relocate

No GMAT required to apply.

Accreditation and Reputation

The online MBA program at Syracuse University's Whitman School of Management is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) and was recognized among the top 25 online MBA programs by The Princeton Review.¹ Syracuse is also ranked the #1 private institution for veterans by The Military Times.² Both rankings were published in 2020.

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¹The Princeton Review, Top 25 Online MBA Programs 2020, https://www.princetonreview.com/business-school-rankings?rankings=top-25-online-mba-programs (Retrieved January 24, 2020).
²The Military Times, Best for Vets List, https://charts.militarytimes.com/chart/15 (Retrieved January 24, 2020).