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SCU Online: Building on a History of Excellence

Santa Clara's rankings speak for themselves as indicators of the university's legacy of success and the weight a degree from SCU will carry among colleagues and employers:

  • #54 National University1
  • #25 Best Online MBA2
  • #22 Best Part-Time MBA3
  • #21 School for Silicon Valley Hiring4

Expert Faculty

Faculty in the online master's degree programs at Santa Clara University bring decades of combined professional experience to their roles as educators. They are perceptive business strategists, marketing technology innovators, and more, and they strive to shape the next generation of professional leaders to thrive in rapidly changing environments.

An Intuitive Online Experience

The custom-built learning management systems (LMS) utilized in the online master's degree programs at SCU have been shaped by cognitive science principles and honed through years of successful application. See what innovative digital tools your online master's program has in store for you.

Support on Your Journey

Santa Clara University is proud to offer an unsurpassed level of support for our online master's degree students. Admissions Advisors to aid you on your application journey; easy access to faculty by email, telephone, and online office hours; 24/7 tech support; and a dedicated Student Success Coordinator to assist you throughout the program all await you at SCU, and together they can ensure a seamless and productive online education experience.

Expand Your Network

At Santa Clara University, you will complete your online master's program alongside a tightly knit cohort of online classmates. Through group discussions, collaborative coursework, and on-campus residency experiences, you will forge connections with these geographically diverse professionals, growing your professional network in size and influence as you earn your degree.

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