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Whether you seek an expanded role within your present company or want to discover new professional opportunities, the Master of Business Administration program at WMU provides the education, tools and connections you need to succeed in your career.
MBA faculty are not only instructors, they're expert practitioners who challenge and engage students. They create a community of learning by bringing their work experience to the classroom, providing students with academic theory, managerial best practices and real-world corporate applications. Through instructor interaction, as well as peer discussions and working groups, you will form valuable professional relationships that will stay with you throughout your career.
Concentrations are available in Computer Information Systems, Finance, International Business, Management and Marketing. To achieve an MBA in one of these disciplines, you would simply take your three electives in that discipline. Without a concentration, you would attain a general business MBA.
WMU's MBA is designed for professionals with diverse experience in fields like business, engineering, health care, management and others. Recent college graduates are also encouraged to apply. If you have a bachelor's degree in business, the prerequisites/basic core courses may be waived.
The Graduate Management Admission Council's 2011 Year-End Poll of Employers found that 74% of companies surveyed planned to hire MBAs during 2012, up from 58% in 2011. Further, 22% expected to increase the number of positions available to MBA graduates during 2012.
The MBA offered by the Haworth College of Business is an important credential when seeking career advancement and new opportunities. An AACSB-accredited MBA from a nationally respected institution like WMU would provide you with the knowledge and tools to succeed in business. The WMU MBA program is also one of “The Best 296 Business Schools” as ranked by The Princeton Review.
Washington Monthly placed WMU on a list of national universities that offer "the best bang for the buck." WMU came in at No. 46 based on the economic value students receive per dollar.