Accelerate Your Career with an MBA Degree from the University of Northern Iowa
through a special program in Pella, Iowa

The UNI MBA Program in Pella

Attend our in-person informational session on April 05 at noon - 1 p.m.
 at the Pella Area Community Economic Alliance (818 Washington St. in Pella, Iowa). 

"I was not interested in a two-hour commute for classes and online did not offer the face-to-face interactions I desired. Focusing on one class at a time also optimized the learning process."               

The Masters of Business Administration (MBA) program at the University of Northern Iowa is a top ranked, accredited program and is designed for those who want to make a lasting impression on the business world - and now you can earn a UNI MBA in Pella, Iowa.

MBA graduates have the advantage when comparing the wage gap with years of experience.**
Executive-style delivery allows you time to coordinate work, family, and academic obligations.
Courses will start in Summer of 2019  and conclude in December of 2021.

Now is the Right Time to Accelerate Your Career!

**How Do Major and Degree Affect Lifetime Earnings?

Walk-ins are welcome, but if you RSVP today, you'll get a free UNI MBA Swag Bag at the Info Session!

If you are unable to attend our info session at noon, the UNI MBA Director will be available at the PACE offices from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. for individual meetings. Email to schedule a time - or just drop by! 


RSVP for the UNI MBA Pella Info Session

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Whitney Klinkenborg
2014 UNI MBA Pella Graduate

UNIBusiness :: College of Business Administration

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The UNI MBA program in Pella is a great opportunity for business professionals like yourself who have always wanted to complete their business education. Learn all about it at our info session on April 5th at noon - 1 p.m. at the Pella Area Community Economic Alliance (PACE) offices on 818 Washington Street in Pella.

Earn Your MBA Close to Home

Now Accepting Applications for Summer Start Dates!

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