Add some “oomph” to your Iowa MBA
If you can personalize your socks, you surely should be able to personalize your degree, right? The Iowa MBA offers six concentrations so you can make sure your education fits neatly into your career plans.
Concentrations you complete will show up on your transcript as “certificates.” With a little bit of planning, you can graduate with two credentials without added time or expense: an MBA and a certificate.
There is no separate application. Once you’re admitted, you’ll work with your advisor to weave the necessary courses into your plan of study.
Delve into the qualities of a great leader, and put them into practice in the workplace.
Learn how to analyze data for business decisions by earning this concentration.
A finance concentration provides a deeper understanding of the financial issues that you'll find in the workplace while preparing you for further professional growth. Choose from multiple finance sub-specialties.
Lean into Iowa's legacy of entrepreneurship with a concentration that prepares you to put forward new ideas, start your own venture, and generate fresh solutions.
This certificate ensures that you have a firm handle on the latest in marketing trends and how they can be applied to your business.
Created in collaboration between the Iowa MBA and the #8-ranked University of Iowa College of Public Health, this concentration prepares you to be a healthcare leader. Unlike our other concentrations, you must apply to both colleges to earn this credential.
You can earn a certificate in Leadership, Business Analytics, Finance, Innovation, or Marketing as a stand-alone credential outside of the Iowa MBA program. Find out what's needed for admission.
Business Fundamentals Certificate
If you’re a business professional without a business degree, this certificate will get you up to speed quickly. Build a solid foundation in marketing, finance, analytics, management, and more.
“The marketing certificate is something that backs up my MBA with a focus on a career path that I wanted to pursue.”
Your path to admission
Getting started with any of our professional certificates is quick and easy—no standardized test required. See what's needed to apply and the minimum requirements to be considered.