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University of Connecticut’s School of Business


Contact our general manager with any questions. Profile updated: April 4, 2023.

Contact Information

Graduate Business Learning Center
100 Constitution Plaza
Hartford, CT 06103
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School Data

Annual Tuition: $44,100

Acceptance Rate: 34%

Full-Time Enrollment: 93

International: 49%

Minority: 26%

Average Age: 29

Female: 33%

Male: 67%

Application Deadlines: 1st Priority Review Submission: March 10, 2023* | 2nd Priority Review Submission: May 1, 2023 | 3rd Priority Review Submission: June 30, 2023 | Final Admissions Deadline: July 26, 2023

The UConn School of Business MBA: What You Need To Know

UConn’s FLEX MBA is a 42-credit program designed for those who are seeking the rigor of a top-ranked MBA program taught by world-class faculty, and desire the flexibility of online classes, in-person classes, or a mix of both. The B-School’s classes are offered at three UConn campuses in Connecticut in Hartford, Stamford and Waterbury.

The program offers two paths – the two-year MBA, which is more rigorous and the three-year, which operates at a more flexible pace. UConn requires that all prospective MBAs have a bachelor’s degree and a minimum of two years of work experience.

MBAs can attend the program in person, online, or in a hybrid format. In-Person at Hartford, Stamford, or Waterbury. The Stamford campus is an urban campus in the center of one of the nation’s most robust business communities, surrounded by Fortune 500 headquarters.

MBAs can choose from a variety of concentrations, including two STEM-designated – Business Analytics and Marketing, and five others in Business Ethics & Compliance, Finance, General Business, Management, and Supply Chain Management.

Outside of curriculum, MBAs have access to UConn’s Connecticut Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation (CCEI), The Werth Institute for Entrepreneurship and Innovation, and the Center for the Advancement of Business Analytics (CABA), where they can partake in experiential learning opportunities in small business development, entrepreneurship, innovation, and community service. The connections MBAs can make through these centers can broaden their network, enhance career-defining skills, and open doors to many professional opportunities. Career coaching is available as well to help MBAs hone in on their networking, job-seeking, and interviewing skills.

“A critical part of being a business leader is having the ability to network with other people and really learn more about yourself through the process. I think you can develop professionally, but if you don’t allow yourself to develop personally and improve your emotional intelligence, it’s not worth it. UConn will challenge you to do that. They will challenge you to emerge much stronger than you were,” says past UConn MBA Sophia Ononye in a Youtube video.

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