Our MBA program is available in three Michigan locations: Kalamazoo, Grand Rapids and Battle Creek. The requirements for the MBA are the same at all locations, which offer courses throughout the year and have local faculty, advisors and staff. Students may take classes in any location, but most students complete the program in one location. Check course listings for offerings in your location.
Our Singapore location also offers the MBA through the Center for American Education. Students can fulfill all the requirements for the WMU Haworth College of Business MBA at this location. Learn more about this program.
At our Michigan locations, there are four semesters each year. Fall and spring semesters are thirteen weeks long, with classes meeting one night per week. Summer I and Summer II sessions are 6.5 weeks long, with classes meeting two nights per week. Most classes in Kalamazoo meet on weekdays from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
We also may offer the MBA Program onsite for individual companies. Contact Dr. Satish Deshpande, associate dean of operations and graduate programs, at firstname.lastname@example.org, to start a conversation if your company is interested in learning more.
The College is housed in Schneider Hall on WMU's main campus in Kalamazoo. The facility, named for founding dean Dr. Arnold Schneider, is adjacent to the John E. Fetzer Center, forming a unique and outstanding business education complex. Schneider Hall features tiered classrooms, meeting spaces for MBA students in the MBA program office, a large auditorium for the speaker series events held each year and the large Kellogg's computing lab.
Located in the heart of downtown Battle Creek, the Kendall Center was a gift to WMU from several community and private organizations and is a symbol of the shared commitment of Western Michigan University and the city of Battle Creek to quality, lifelong education. Learn more about the Battle Creek location.
With over 1,500 students in two locations, WMU-Grand Rapids comprises the largest off-campus site for Western Michigan University. Both facilities (downtown and on the Beltline) are designed with the adult non-traditional student in mind, featuring classrooms with the latest in instructional technology and comfortable furniture conducive to learning. Learn more about the Grand Rapids locations.
WMU partners with the Center for American Education to bring the master of business administration program to Singapore. The CAE was established in 1997 with the mission of providing a unique opportunity to obtain a quality American education in Singapore.Singapore MBA program information