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Online Master of Business Administration

MBA Programs Office 1000 E. University Ave.,
Dept. 3275 Laramie, WY 82071
Phone: (307)766-2449
Email: mba@uwyo.edu
Web site: http://www.uwyo.edu/mba/

The University of Wyoming offers a part-time Online MBA (EMBA). The EMBA Program is specifically designed for experienced business professionals interested in an AACSB accredited, 100% online program that fits their busy schedules. This two-year program is for professionals interested in enhancing their understanding of business disciplines and applying them to making decisions. Beginning each fall, the cohort-based program consists of 30 credit hours of coursework.

Program Admission Requirements

A Faculty Admissions Committee, chaired by the Director of the MBA Program, will review all applications. Admission to the Online MBA program is competitive, and only top candidates will be considered. (These requirements represent minimum applicant qualifications.) The committee will review all admission documents to determine if the applicant can successfully complete the program.  The EMBA admission requirements include:

  • Bachelor's degree from an accredited university or college; undergraduate GPA will be a consideration for admission.
  • Five or more years of progressive, full-time professional work experience including three or more years in a supervisory/managerial role
  • A grade of ‘B' or better in any required prerequisite courses*
  • GMAT score of 550 or better* (GRE may substitute for GMAT)
  • Three letters of recommendation, preferably from superiors or business professionals
  • Professional resume
  • Quantitative skills: candidates whose backgrounds do not demonstrate proficiency in basic quantitative and analytic skills may be required to take a quantitative skills assessment test or receive a 'B' or better in any required prerequisite courses prior to admission.
  • Official transcripts from all institutions attended sent directly to the MBA Office. The MBA Program Office will perform a transcript analysis once all transcripts are received in order to determine if the applicant has fulfilled all prerequisites.
  • Interview: Pre-admission interviews are encouraged and may be conducted prior to submission of a completed application. Candidates can request an interview by sending a copy of their resume to the MBA Program office at mba@uwyo.edu.

*Note: Prerequisite coursework and the GMAT/GRE may be waived based on experience at the discretion of the MBA Program Director. Please contact the MBA Program Office for transcript analysis and resume evaluation prior to beginning any prerequisite course work or taking the GMAT/GRE exam.

*Important: Attainment of minimum requirements does not guarantee admission.

Applications for each Fall term are accepted until June 30th the year of planned enrollment.

Degree Requirements

  • 30 credit hours of graduate credit as outlined in the Course of Study.
  • Concentration Available: Energy
  • This is a cohort based program. The course sequence is highly-structured and all course requirements must be completed in their prescribed manner. Course sequence is subject to change, in extremely rare circumstances, at the discretion of the MBA Director.
  • Maintain good academic standing and receive no letter grade of D (+ or -) or F.

Prerequisite Courses

Prerequisite coursework may be requested based on experience and undergraduate coursework at the discretion of the MBA Program Director. Please contact the MBA Program office for transcript analysis and resume evaluation prior to beginning any prerequisite course work.

All prerequisite courses are offered online through the University of Wyoming. For information on available courses, contact the MBA Program Office. An equivalent course that is pre-approved by the MBA Programs Office may be completed at a regionally, and preferably AACSB International, accredited institution.

Academic Requirements

Students must maintain a cumulative GPA of 3.000 in the MBA Program to remain in “good standing”. If a student’s GPA falls below 3.000, he or she is automatically placed on academic probation; the student must raise their cumulative GPA to 3.000 the following semester to avoid dismissal from the program. Other requirements involving program dismissal include:

  • A student who earns a grade lower than a “C” in any course is dismissed from the program

Course of Study

30 credit hours (Core)

  • MBAX 5108 MBA Financial Accounting. 3.
  • MBAX 5200 Business Research Methods. 3.
  • MBAX 5510 Financial Management. 3.
  • MBAX 5235 Marketing Analysis & Strategy. 3.
  • MBAX 5225 Decision Science Modeling for Managers. 3.
  • MBAX 5300 Organizational Behavior & Human Resource Management. 3.
  • MBAX 5151 New Ventures. 3.
  • MBAX 5330 The Global Business Environment. 3.
  • MBAX 5208 MBA Managerial Accounting. 3.
  • MBAX 5345 Strategic Management in Dynamic Environments. 3.

Energy Concentration Courses (9 credit hours)

  • MBAX 5503 Fundamentals of Accounting in the Energy Industry. 3.
  • MBAX 5504 Supply Chain Management in the Energy Industry. 3.
  • MBAX 5502 Energy Finance: Project Evaluation. 3.

Online Master of Business Administration - (MBAX) Courses

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