Commit to your future by pursuing an MBA at Keller Graduate School of Management with 10 career-oriented concentrations, a specialized master’s degree or one of our graduate certificates, and you can be confident that you’ll be ready with the skills and expertise to help advance your future.
And you can do all of this while managing life with both on-campus and online classes, as well as sessions starting every 8 weeks.
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When you pursue a master’s degree at Keller, you can reap the benefits sooner. That’s because our master’s degree programs are strategically built so that you can earn a graduate certificate – a valuable credential you can put to work immediately – while you finish your master’s degree1.
Earning a master’s degree is making an investment in yourself – and we want to help make it affordable. That’s why we offer scholarships and grants, like our Dennis Keller Scholarship, where you could qualify for $400-$800 per semester for six semesters, and a maximum of $4,800 lifetime tuition savings2.
Ways to save on your graduate education include:
For our students looking to prepare for the CPA exam, our CPA exam preparation courses integrate Becker's CPA Exam Review into the curriculum. Becker is an established leader in professional education, helping students reach their goals for over 50 years.
By integrating the learning approach and materials from the Becker Professional Education CPA Exam Review into your Keller coursework, you can prepare for the CPA Exam while simultaneously earning your degree3.
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