UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School has a rich tradition of leadership development. To continue that development and serve their career ambitions, MBA@UNC students have the opportunity to pursue a range of concentrations and enroll in graduate-level online courses from other top schools affiliated with our technology partner.
These cross-university courses—which span a range of electives—are designed to help you expand your skills in targeted areas, broaden your portfolio and explore areas of study that go beyond the traditional MBA curriculum.
See below for a list of schools and programs—both within UNC and beyond—where MBA@UNC students may complete select elective courses.1
- MPA@UNC: The online Master of Public Administration program from the University of North Carolina School of Government
- MAC@UNC: The online Master of Accounting program from the University of North Carolina Kenan-Flagler Business School
- MPH@UNC: The online Master of Public Health program from the University of North Carolina Gillings School of Global Public Health
- MPH@GW: The online Master of Public Health program from the Milken Institute School of Public Health at the George Washington University
- MSW@USC: The online Master of Social Work program from the University of Southern California Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work2
- International Relations Online: The online Master of Arts in International Relations program from the American University School of International Service
- @WashULaw: The online Master of Laws in U.S. Law program from the Washington University School of Law
- USC Rossier Online: The online Master of Arts in Teaching program from the University of Southern California Rossier School of Education2
As with all MBA@UNC courses, these cross-university offerings feature:
- Live, online classes taught by university faculty.
- A low student-to-faculty ratio.
- High-quality, immersive coursework that you complete on your own time.
MBA@UNC will accept as many as eight transfer credits from courses offered by participating universities. Credit will be granted by the course-providing school.
You will be billed by the course-providing school at their current per-credit rate. You may be able to apply your financial aid toward your course. Once you enroll in MBA@UNC, your student support advisor can help you navigate credit transfers, financial aid and other aspects of the planning process.