The Boise State MBA provides the depth of knowledge required for success in our dynamic business world. A strong general MBA curriculum, taught by professors with both Ph.D. degrees and industry experience, gives students the basics. In addition, Boise State MBA students take electives in order to gain expertise in accounting and finance, high-tech marketing, information technology, entrepreneurship, international business. Students may also focus on the business curriculum with their electives in such areas as Engineering, Health Science, Instructional & Performance, Technology, or Public Administration. The depth of understanding sets Boise State MBA graduates apart from the pack.
Boise State University's MBA program is the only MBA program in the Treasure Valley carrying the coveted AACSB international accreditation.
Designed for the early and mid-career professional who values a high-quality program of study, Boise State's MBA program offers the depth of knowledge required for success in an increasingly complex global work environment.
Boise State University's MBA program is greatly enhanced by our location.
Boise, Idaho's capital city, is home to several Fortune 500 companies and also offers an enjoyable mild climate as well as unsurpassed opportunities for outdoor recreation.
Boise State University MBA candidates possess a high degree of motivation, professional work experience, strong managerial potential, and an aptitude for graduate study. Our MBA students come from a broad range of diverse backgrounds, including engineering, social sciences, liberal arts, business, health, and others.
A typical MBA candidate will:
- Possess a bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited institution
- Have an undergraduate GPA of 3.00 or better
- Preferably have at least two years of significant work experience (waived with a GMAT score of 600)
- Achieve a minimum score of 500 on the GMAT
- Have a GMAT quantitative score of at least 32, or >60 on the math placement exam