Technology, globalization, and cultural shifts are changing the way we interact, defying what we constitute as the norm. Evolving advancements, both technically and culturally, have changed the way that business is conducted. We place an emphasis on your practical professional development, building on foundational knowledge to increase savviness and adaptability to developing trends. Our programs are designed to train effective team managers, champion ethical business practices, and develop the next generation of business leaders.
Degrees in Leadership, Management & Business
You’ve proven yourself as a worthy employee within your organization, and now you want to channel your ambitions towards upper-level management. Our bachelor of management degree will help you learn how to effectively lead and engage a workforce through strategic and systematic management decisions. You’ll then be capable of leveraging new knowledge and enhanced leadership skills to take a human-centric approach to management, increasing productivity and building a more positive workplace.
Antioch University Online’s bachelor’s in applied technology and business leadership degree blends academic course work with your professional experiences with the goal of enhancing your career. You’ll develop a broadened outlook to support your ongoing development as a well-rounded professional.
Antioch’s MBA is designed as a series of 7-week online courses taken one course at a time. It’s a demanding program – but work-life balance is important, and graduate school needs to fit into your life.
- 36-credits. Earn your MBA in two years or less
- 100% online learning, 24/7 access to classwork and resource for convenience
- Three entry points – begin your MBA in January, May, or September
- No GMAT required. We value you and your experiences
Hands On – Online
- Online does not mean isolated! Faculty are active practitioners in their field. They are engaged and present throughout the class. Video, audio, guest speakers, and other tools keep things vibrant and moving forward
- Your classmates are just as intelligent, engaged, and purpose-driven as you are
- You’ll love networking and learning from each other
- We’re an active member of Net Impact. With over 300 chapters in nearly 40 countries, Net Impact programs help new leaders broaden their thinking, build their networks, and scale their impact beyond just individual action, you’ll have an opportunity to participate in special projects and innovative initiatives.
Are you looking for a way to make a greater difference in the world? Do you desire to work more effectively toward equity and justice—from human services and environmental issues to the arts, culture, education, and more? Join a community of people who want to bring positive change—while also building a career and earning a livable income.
Antioch University is a nonprofit institution that has prioritized making a difference for nearly 170 years. When you enroll in our Master of Arts in Nonprofit Management (MANM) program, you join a thriving and committed community—led by a team of faculty with decades of leadership experience who are dedicated to the highest level of academic rigor. Our MANM will support you in building the practical skills, professional network, and knowledge you need to increase your impact, advance your career, and excel at your mission.
Antioch’s MANM is designed for working professionals who are ready for the next step in their career. We have a diverse group of students, from those just starting out in the nonprofit world to people who already have leadership positions in agencies and institutions.
Antioch’s Master’s degree in Human Services Administration (MHSA) prepares service-minded practitioners who seek the skills and knowledge to lead in organizations where they can help have a positive impact on the lives of others. Whether you want to advance your current career or pursue a role as an executive director, grant writer, or program manager, our master’s degree program could help you meet your educational goals.
The Doctor of Education in Educational and Professional Practice is intended for professionals who use educational practices in the service of social, economic and environmental justice, in schools and beyond. The program is designed with working adults in mind. Classes are offered online, with a four-day, face-to-face residency each July on one of our campuses. A new cohort will enter the program each summer term and, if you take two courses each term, you should be able to complete the degree in three years. Each semester is launched with a virtual Zoom residency the first Saturday of each term.
You will study with an accomplished, diverse, and caring faculty who will guide you through a transdisciplinary curriculum that integrates scholarship and practice. Your culminating project will be a dissertation that establishes your place among scholar-practitioners who seek workable solutions to complex issues in schools, communities, and national and global settings.