No GMAT or GRE Scores Required for Admission
Through a multidisciplinary curriculum that covers international business, economics, law, and policy, the online Master of Global Business Administration (GBA) from The Fletcher School at Tufts University will equip you to apply advanced business strategy in a global context.
You may be able to earn your degree in as few as 16 months, depending on your schedule and course load.
As a student in Fletcher’s online GBA program, you will learn how to broaden your organization’s reach—which is beneficial no matter your profession or industry.
Build your knowledge about factors that affect cross-border commerce to innovate strategically and grow your business.
Prepare to contend with all sides of international issues to launch a social enterprise or increase the impact of a large NGO.
Develop the concrete analytical skills and a deep base in international affairs to stand out as a consultant in your field.
Refine your core finance skills and explore the factors that influence markets to move your finance career in new directions.
Build the leadership, decision-making, and management skillset to mediate conflict, manage large teams, and create policy.
The structure of the online GBA allows you to cultivate ready-to-use business skills while continuing to work and advance your professional goals. You will:
We seek candidates from a wide range of personal, professional, and academic backgrounds. Our students benefit from sharing their diverse perspectives and real-world knowledge, so we look for applicants with full-time, professional work experience.
At The Fletcher School, students and faculty work to enact meaningful change in the world. Fletcher is ranked No. 6 in the world for its international relations master’s program¹ and is the first school in the United States dedicated solely to graduate studies in global affairs.
Request information about Fletcher’s online GBA program, and an admissions counselor will reach out to guide you through the admissions process.
¹ Foreign Policy Magazine, 2018 (https://foreignpolicy.com/2018/02/20/top-fifty-schools-international-relations-foreign-policy/)