An Online MBA at the Center of Tech and Business

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Denver: A Forbes Top City for Business Careers

For three years running, the city of Denver has been named in the top five of Forbes’ list of leading U.S. cities for careers in business¹ and the No. 4 city for rising startups.² According to the Brookings Institution, it’s also among the top five cities for careers in tech.³ The University of Denver’s online MBA program will equip you to tap into the wealth of opportunity in this hub for collaboration, creativity and inspired leadership.

Earn your MBA in as few as 21 months

Scholarships Available for Admitted Students in Upcoming Cohort

GMAT Test Optional

Our online MBA —ranked No. 23 on Poets&Quants’ list of Best Online MBA Programs of 2021 — can be completed in as few as 21 months, accelerating your ability to connect with top professionals in Denver’s business and technology industries. GMAT or GRE scores are optional for applicants who start classes in 2021.

“Besides the incredible reputation and impressive network of Denver’s online MBA program, I wanted to go to a local school and be part of a community. The University is a Denver staple, and now I can say that I’m a part of that family, too.”

–Samantha Scalfani, MBA@Denver Graduate

Explore MBA@Denver

The city of Denver is highly charged with innovative professionals who find energy in discovering out-of-the-box business solutions in a variety of industries. With this in mind, the MBA@Denver curriculum was designed for today’s business leaders, developing the skills to help you become indispensable to your organization now and in the future.

Attend two in-person immersions

Complete concentrations online or on campus

Gain career insights from executive coaches

Meet successful alumni in the city of Denver

Apply Now for Scholarship Eligibility

Applicants who are accepted to our upcoming cohort and enroll in classes may be eligible for scholarships. Request information to find out more.


¹ “The Best Places for Business and Careers” (2019). Forbes. Retrieved July 20, 2020, from forbes.com/best-places-for-business/list.

² “The Top 10 Rising Cities for Startups” (2018). Forbes. Retrieved August 18, 2020, from forbes.com/sites/kurtbadenhausen/2018/10/01/the-top-10-rising-cities-for-startups/#3ae5ac826b37.

³ “No Matter Which Way You Look at It, Tech Jobs Are Still Concentrating in Just a Few Cities” (2020). The Brookings Institution. Retrieved August 18, 2020, from brookings.edu/research/tech-is-still-concentrating/?preview_id=722376.

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