At Duquesne University’s Palumbo-Donahue School of Business, we approach business education with the philosophy that responsible, ethical leadership creates a better society for all. In fact, our School is among the first 100 endorsers of PRME (Principles for Responsible Management Education), a UN-backed initiative promoting environmental stewardship, human rights and fair trade practices in business education. Since 1962, Duquesne also has been among the elite 5% of business schools accredited by AACSB (The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business).
Located on a park-like campus in downtown Pittsburgh, PA, we offer numerous graduate business programs including our MBA Sustainable Business Practices (MBA SBP), a full-time, one-year MBA program with rigorous coursework, real-world consulting engagements, and a global study trip. Consistently ranked in the top ten within the US by Corporate Knights for integrating sustainability across the curriculum, the MBA SBP provides transformative experiences and creates innovative leaders capable of producing a positive impact for their organizations and society. Each year we recruit a talented and diverse cohort of students who consider the integrated bottom line when addressing business, environmental, and social challenges.
We also offer the following graduate degrees: Professional MBA with evening and online courses, MS in Accountancy, MS in Analytics and Information Management, MS in Supply Chain Management, and a fully-online MS in Management. Graduate certificates are also offered in Analytics and Information Management and Supply Chain Management.
Our graduate programs will prepare you to meet the complexities of a changing business climate. Program curricula provide experiential learning opportunities that encourage you to challenge assumptions and conventional thinking while having an opportunity to immediately apply what you have learned at Duquesne to consulting projects and your professional role.
Students pursuing a career in business choose Duquesne University because they know that being the best in the world now means being the best for the world.
At Duquesne University’s Palumbo-Donahue School of Business, we approach business education with the philosophy that responsible, ethical leadership creates a better society for all. In fact, our School is among the first 100 endorsers of…