The part-time, Online MBA Program is specifically designed for experienced business professionals interested in a fully AACSB International accredited, 100% online program that fits their busy schedules. This two-year program is intended for professionals that are interested in enhancing their understanding of business disciplines and applying them to decision-making in the workplace. The cohort-based, lock-step program begins each Fall semester and consists of 30 credit hours of coursework.
Admission to the Online MBA program is competitive, and only top candidates will be considered. Applications for admission will be accepted on a rolling basis until the cohort is filled or until the final deadline, whichever comes first. The final admission deadline is June 30th of the intended year of program entrance.
Quality instruction provided by experienced, tenured faculty who work together to instruct and support students
An online program that holds accreditation from the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) International - an accreditation achieved by less than 5 percent of business schools worldwide
Courses designed to build on one another in a cohort-based program in which students proceed through the entire program with the same group of classmates
Innovative curriculum, high integration of theory and application, and significant emphasis on teamwork and leadership skills
No requirement to come to class on campus with 100% online instruction - no live-streaming or proctored exams
Part-time program, lasting two years and consisting of 30 credit hours
Access to networking events on and off campus
A UW Online MBA viewed as a valuable asset in the eyes of current and future employers
Online MBA students have utilized their degree to advance in their current careers or to enter a new industry.
"In Business Research Methods, Dr. Peterson not only taught us the basic theories behind market research, but he also armed us with practical tools to succeed in modern business. I immediately applied new statistical analysis skills in JMP software to better understand oil production variability from tight sandstones in Wyoming. For me, the MBA program is more than a long-term investment in my business future. After just one semester, I already use my cross-functional learning at UW to add value in my current role as a petroleum engineer." - current Online MBA candidate