The University of Scranton is an educational institution that is recognized for providing excellent academic training. The school is ranked by The Princeton Review as one of the Best Business Schools in the United States, and the US News and World Reports, in its “America’s Best Colleges” edition, ranks Scranton among the top 10 master’s universities in the north. In addition, the University’s business school, the Kania School of Management, is one of the select few in the world that is accredited by the AACSB (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business) – International.
The University of Scranton offers masters degree programs both on-campus and online. The University’s online four Master of Business Administration programs are available through the Kania School of Management and the online Master in Human Resources through the Panuska School of Professional Studies. An online certificate in Enterprise Resource Planning can be earned through the Kania School of Management as well.
To apply for admission, applicants need to fill up an application form and submit this together with a letter of reference and transcripts from previous schools attended. Additional documents may be required – for further information, log on to the University of Scranton website or contact an Admissions Representative.
The tuition fees of Scranton’s online master’s programs are not readily available but estimates can be requested from the Admission’s Office. Financial aid in the form of grants, loans and scholarships are available to eligible students. Queries about what financial aid options are available and their concomitant eligibility requirements can be directed to the University’s financial aid office.
The University of Scranton is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. The Kania School of Management is accredited by AACSB and the curriculum of Scranton’s Master of Science in Human Resources (via the Pauska School of Professional Studies) is aligned with core teachings of the Society for Human Resource Management.