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MBA Programs

With an assortment of MBA programs, we are confident Rawls College offers a degree that matches your needs. Whether you're looking to visit campus as part of your studies or earn your degree as you continue to work, you will find the right program to advance your career. When you graduate with a Rawls College MBA, you will possess the in-demand skills required to navigate the challenges facing the future of business.

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Dual MBA

We partner with top-ranked colleges within Texas Tech University to offer an array of dual degrees, allowing you to complement your business education with another area of study.

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Online MBA

Our Online MBA empowers early-career professionals with the competencies, practical experiences and innovative perspectives required to lead a variety of industries. Our comprehensive, 100% online format allows you to complete coursework from any location, earning your degree in as few as 12 months. With options to concentrate in Healthcare Organization Management, Information Technology or Marketing Analytics, you can gain niche knowledge and increase your career prospects.

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Professional MBA

Designed for experienced professionals, our Professional MBA is ideal for driven, high-potential professionals from around the world. Our two-year, part-time hybrid program allows you to complete coursework online and meet in-person one weekend a month (three times per semester) at one of three convenient locations: Lubbock, Marble Falls or Rockwall, Texas. With options to concentrate in Big Data Strategy, Energy Business or Health Organization Management, you can create a program that meets your academic and career goals.

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STEM MBA

Our STEM MBA is designed to prepare individuals with an undergraduate degree in Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics to become managers, business leaders and entrepreneurs. Through the lock-step, accelerated program, courses are offered in a condensed format of either five or eight weeks, allowing you to earn your degree in as little as one year.

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