The Washburn University MBA program is designed for working professionals, with each course scheduled once a week 5:30-8:15 p.m. Small classes are taught by highly qualified, experienced faculty who provide valuable tools to compete in a real world business environment. In addition, students can interact in the classroom with other professionals from top companies in the area.
Washburn University School of Business is consistently ranked by Princeton Review as a "Best Business School." For the last five years Washburn MBA students consistently scored at or above the 80th percentile on the national standardized Major Field Test for Master of Business Administration. The program is accredited by AACSB-International.
For more information about how a Washburn MBA degree can make a difference in your life, visit washburn.edu/mba, or contact Dr. Robert Boncella, Director of Graduate Programs, 785-670-1308; email@example.com.
Whether your undergraduate degree is in the arts, business, economics, nursing, science, or social work, the Washburn MBA program will work for you. Most students have work experience and are working full-time while earning their degree, but neither is required for admission. Your peers typically range in age from their 20s to their 50s, with an average age of about 30. International students constitute about 20 percent of the MBA student body.
Enroll in fall, spring or summer because applications are processed on a continuous basis. Application deadlines: