The Master of Business Administration offered by the John Chambers College of Business and Economics delivers results for students by offering exciting experiential-learning projects, consultative engagements, and opportunities to develop enhanced business acumen - yielding the essential professional skills that are needed for top job placement. Accredited, affordable and unique, our Carnegie Research Level 1 (R1) MBA program is forging new paths for students via experiential learning projects, consultative engagements and entrepreneurial thinking.
WVU's John Chambers College of Business and Economics is accredited by AACSB International, the principal accrediting organization for business schools. Only 5% of business schools worldwide achieve this distinction.
The WVU John Chambers School of Business and Economics offers the Online MBA program for working professionals who want the convenience and flexibility of online learning from a nationally recognized university. The MBA program is ranked #32 among public Online MBA Programs by U.S. News and World Report and is continually recognized as a "Best for Vets" program by Military Times. WVU business programs are recognized as Best Online Programs 2021 by US News and World Report.
The Online MBA offers the following online certificates to add an area of focus for qualified OMBA students:
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As a graduate of the WVU with a degree in business administration, Kelly understands your needs and is here to support and simplify the enrollment process for you. You can have open and honest discussions with her about how your passion in life can become your career. Contact Kelly today!
Successful completion of a bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited institution.
The above-mentioned items are required for admission review. Additional documents may be requested after initial evaluation of a student’s admission application.
WVU provides a comprehensive approach to helping you finance your education. Learn more by visiting the Student Financial Services website.
Students are encouraged to:
Master of Business Administration (MBA) total degree cost: $28,950 – Residents and Non-Residents
Tuition and fees are usually not the only educational expenses you may have while pursuing a degree. You may have other costs such as books, supplies and living expenses. Please see the Estimate Costs and Aid webpage for how to estimate and plan for other potential expenses.
|BADM 611||Management Information Systems||3|
|BADM 612||Managerial and Team Skills||3|
|BADM 618||Macro and Managerial Economics||3|
|BADM 621||Business Research||3|
|BADM 622||Financial Statements and Analysis||3|
|BADM 630||Corporate Leadership||3|
|BADM 641||Decision Analysis for Executives||3|
|BADM 644||Legal Environment and Ethics||3|
|BADM 650||Global Trade and Supply Chain||3|
|BADM 652||Marketing Strategy||3|
Total Hours: 30
The future career outlook for MBA graduates depends on various factors, including their chosen field, specialization, and the economy's overall state. Here are some potential trends that may impact MBA graduates in the future:
Overall, the outlook for MBA graduates is positive, but it requires continuous learning, networking, and staying updated with the latest industry trends.
Overall, an MBA degree can be a valuable investment in your future career and personal growth, helping you gain new skills, advance your career, and increase your earning potential.
MBA graduates often earn more and have continued success in the following business sectors: business, education, healthcare and social service, and STEM fields.
The MBA program is ranked #32 among public Online MBA Programs by U.S. News & World Report.
West Virginia University has worked hard to make its programs affordable for military personnel and veterans. WVU is a Yellow Ribbon Program participant, meaning that the university agrees to waive a portion of tuition not covered by the GI Bill. Unlike most universities, WVU participates in the program for all graduate and professional programs. Additionally, the John Chambers College of Business and Economics offers a $100 discount per credit hour to all current and former service personnel pursuing the Online MBA program.
Whether you are a veteran, a reservist, a National Guardsman, or still serving on active duty, West Virginia University is a great place to further your education. The Military Times ranked WVU as the 19th Best College for Vets in 2022. At WVU you will find faculty, staff, and students who want to support you and help you succeed.