SPRING CLASSES BEGIN:
January 15, 2019
$10K Flat-Rate Tuition
Effective Fall 2018, students can enroll in the 100% online program for a flat rate of $10,000. The new rate includes tuition, online fees, capital improvement fees, and eliminates all out-of-state fees. The new rate does not include the cost of books or other supplies.
Flexibility to Fit Your Needs
MBA students can choose between a full-time three consecutive semester track and a part-time track to complete the program at the pace that meets their needs.
- Full-Time Track: MBA students take 4 graduate business courses (12 credit hours) in three consecutive terms (Spring, Summer, and Fall) and complete the MBA program in 10 months.
- Part-Time Track: MBA students take 1-2 graduate business courses (3-6 credit hours) each semester and complete at their own pace.
Note: Summer coursework is required to complete the program.
The W's 100% online Master of Business Administration degree is designed to develop the skills required for careers in business; however, is not limited strictly to the business world. It is a beneficial degree choice for working professionals who need to obtain additional education to reach their occupational goals. It prepares students to work in a wide range of industries and professions.
The program teaches students to become progressive business leaders who can analyze a situation and create effective, practical solutions. Critical thinking, analytical and problem-solving skills are emphasized. The MBA provides a graduate education in foundational business practices, such as accounting, finance, management information systems, marketing and management. The comprehensive core curriculum builds the foundation necessary for success in any field, while electives offer insight into specialized areas of expertise.
Open to Everyone
We encourage students from all professional backgrounds, and any undergraduate program to seek admissions to The W's MBA program. There is no "ideal student," we believe that hard work and dedication are the keys to success, both in the classroom and in the boardroom. Current MBA students work in a variety of industries including: energy, banking, marketing, higher education, and information technology.