Palumbo–Donahue School of Business - Master's Degree

Business from a higher perspective is a way of thinking at the Palumbo Donahue School of Business. It's beyond reacting to trends in education that come and go with the latest headlines. It's a vision of ethical leadership rooted in the founding mission that began in 1913.

  • Average Tuition USD 33,778

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The A. J. Palumbo School of Business Administration was established in 1913 as the School of Accounts and Finance. The name was changed to "School of Business Administration" in 1931 so as reflect the expansion of its course offerings. By 1961, the School had earned accreditation by the AACSB, joining the less than 30 percent of business schools nationwide who have achieved this distinction. With an October 1991 endowment by Antonio J. Palumbo, the current name was adopted: the A.J. Palumbo School of Business Administration.

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    The Palumbo Donahue School of Business is distinguished by a long-standing reputation for producing ethical leaders, providing innovative curricula, attracting the highest caliber of students and retaining exceptional faculty revered for their scholarly excellence and practical expertise.

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        600 Forbes Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15282, United States

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            2005-2007, Excellent Humane Leadership program

            I completed the Humane Leadership program in 2007. It was the best education I've had since I turned 18. The professors were very knowledgable and experienced, and I enjoyed getting to know my classmates. I took the program entirely online and then flew up for graduation. I am still using many of the tools I learned during the program.

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            1997-1999, As an Educational Leader

            Studying at Duquesne prepares you mind, body and heart. A great place to study and make lasting friends. As an Educational Leader, Duquesne prepared me to change the world one head at a time.

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            2008-2013, Evening MBA Program

            Duquesne has a one of a kind graduate business program with a rigorous curriculum and an emphasis on moral, long-term considerations. Classes struck a good balance between lectures, open discussions, and group projects. Another perk was my fellow students, most of whom worked full time in various fields and brought a lot of insights with them. I highly recommend the Duquesne MBA program to any prospective students, with the warning that significantly more work is required than what is required from most of its competitors in Pittsburgh.