Master's Degrees at AIU

Choose from a variety of learning options: online, on campus, or a combination of both.

Take the next step and explore our degree programs below.

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Degree Level Degree Program Area Of Study Location
Master's Master of Business Administration (MBA): Specialization in Accounting Business Campus/Online
Master's Master of Business Administration (MBA): Specialization in Finance Business Campus/Online
Master's Master of Business Administration (MBA): Specialization in Healthcare Management Business Campus/Online
Master's Master of Business Administration (MBA): Specialization in Human Resource Management Business Campus/Online
Master's Master of Business Administration (MBA): Specialization in International Business Business Campus/Online
Master's Master of Business Administration (MBA): Specialization in Management Business Campus/Online
Master's Master of Business Administration (MBA): Specialization in Marketing Business Campus/Online
Master's Master of Business Administration (MBA): Specialization in Operations Management Business Campus/Online
Master's Master of Business Administration (MBA): Specialization in Technology Management Business Campus/Online
Master's Master of Business Administration (MBA): Specialization in Project Management Business Campus/Online
Master's Master of Education (M.Ed.): Specialization in Adult Education and Training Education Campus/Online
Master's Master of Education (M.Ed.): Specialization in Curriculum and Instruction for Educators Education Campus/Online
Master's Master of Education (M.Ed.): Specialization in Leadership of Educational Organizations Education Campus/Online
Master's Master of Education (M.Ed.): Specialization in Elementary Education Education Campus/Online
Master's Master of Education (M.Ed.): Specialization in Instructional Design and Technology Education Campus/Online
Master's Master of Education (M.Ed.): Specialization in Secondary Education Education Campus/Online
Master's Master of Healthcare Management (MHCM) Healthcare Management Campus/Online
Master's Master of Science in Information Technology (MSIT): Specialization in Information Assurance and Security Information Technology Campus/Online
Master's Master of Science of Information Technology (MSIT): Specialization in IT Project Management Information Technology Campus/Online

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AIU One-Year Online MBA Program

Move forward with AIU’s one-year online MBA program. Designed with 24/7 flexibility for busy professionals, this accredited MBA program can be completed in less than 12 months.

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1: Forbes Magazine, 4/04/14, "In Defense of the Master's Degree," on the Internet at http://www.forbes.com/sites/realspin/2014/04/04/in-defense-of-the-masters-degree (visited Feb. 18. 2016)