The University of Wyoming MBA Program provides a lock-step curriculum program ensuring that our students acquire the necessary tools to gain a competitive advantage in today's business marketplace. While continually developing practical business knowledge, students are able to apply concepts to real-world situations.
Our small cohorts ensure that students are not just a number. Modestly sized MBA classes allow students to truly connect with their classmates as well as the faculty, fostering an atmosphere that emphasizes team building.
Getting your MBA is a matter of investing your energy and resources(specifically your time and money). When looking for an MBA program, ample consideration should be given to who can provide the highest return on that investment. Our program is affordable, yet highly experiential in nature which provides students with the tools to be immediate contributors to the organizations they join upon graduation.
The General MBA program is perfect for students interested in an accelerated, early-career master’s business program on the University of Wyoming's campus in Laramie, Wyoming. The program is sequential and lock-step, beginning each fall semester.
Admission to the MBA program is competitive, and only top candidates will be considered. Applications for admission will be accepted on a rolling basis with the early admission deadline being November 30th of 2016 for the Fall of 2017 term.
Applicants must complete and submit all admission materials by June 30th of the planned academic term entrance.
Experienced, resident faculty provide quality instruction that meets AACSB International accreditation, the highest standard in business education. Combined with low student to faculty ratios, unique opportunities are created for personalized introductions to an innovative curriculum, hosted in state-of-the art classrooms. The program takes an integrative approach to theory and practice, with an emphasis on written and oral communication, teamwork, and leadership skills. Students are also exposed to the global business community through an international trip, field work, international MBA student networking and company visits.
UW MBA students acquire and practice industry-relevant skills. The Johnson Career Center, housed in the College of Business, provides exclusive career advising assistance to MBA students. The MBA program facilitates a number of corporate networking opportunities that includes an Executive Speaker Series, on-site company visits, and mentoring programs. Additionally, students will participate in a summer consulting project that not only allows them to partner with companies to address high-level strategic challenges, but also provides access to organizational leaders with hiring influence.