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American University’s Kogod School of Business

American University’s Kogod School of Business is offering educational scholarships to qualified members of the National Black MBA Association®. Applicants must be a current member of NBMBAA® and meet all American University admission requirements.

About the School

American University’s Kogod School of Business, established in Washington, DC, more than sixty years ago, aims to equip and empower its community to use business as a force for meaningful change. Kogod graduates are leaders on Wall Street and in the corporate world, but also work for non-profits, government agencies and social-service organizations. Washington, DC, serves as a laboratory for learning through work, internships, and other forms of experiential education.

Kogod offers on-campus and online MBA programs, as well as seven specialized master of science degrees in accounting, analytics, finance, marketing, real estate, sustainability management, and taxation. The school also offers a BS in business administration with multiple specializations; a BS in accounting; BS in finance; BS in business, language and cultural studies; and a BS in business and entertainment.

Kogod is proud to be highly ranked by a number of leading higher education publications, including Princeton Review and Forbes. Some of our latest highlights from 2017 include #4 Greatest Resources for Women and #3 Greatest Resources for Minority Students, Princeton Review; Top 10 Program for Data Science, Tech Republic; Top 10 Program for Tax, Tax Talent; and #23 in The Business Schools Where Students Most Want to Go, Ready4

The Kogod School of Business is the oldest accredited business school in Washington, DC. The school is accredited by The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB International), which represents the highest standard of achievement for business schools worldwide.




Three scholarships with a minimum value of $10,000



July 1, 2020

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