Master of Business Administration Valparaiso University
We are proud to have students from a variety of academic and professional backgrounds as this diversity adds value to the classroom experience. Therefore, admission decisions are made with a holistic view, based on past academic performance, work experience, professional and/or academic references, and a personal essay. GRE or GMAT is optional.
Valpo’s flexible MBA program is tailored to fit your schedule with six start dates throughout the year, the option for a one-year accelerated MBA, and the opportunity to take courses both in-person (with an on-demand hybrid option) and online. Pursue your MBA wherever you are.
- MBA Applicants can choose from six start dates scheduled throughout the year.
- International Applicants – 1 Start Date in August Each Year, Application Deadline May 15, 2021
At Valpo, our Master in Business Administration program starts with business decision-making and leadership courses in:
- Accounting Information for Decision Analysis
- Financial Analysis
- Global Trade: Governance, Digitalization, and Sustainability
- Leadership in a Global Environment
- Managerial Economics
- Marketing Management and Consumer Experience
- Quantitative Methods in Management
- Strategic Thinking and Action
Your final four Master in Business Administration courses allow you to focus your MBA in a way that works for you. Specialize your advanced degree through certificates in business intelligence, engineering management, finance, healthcare management, general business, or management.
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Whether you’re looking to advance your career prospects or change professions, our flexible MBA program will equip you with the knowledge and skills to find success in nearly any industry. With an MBA from Valpo, a U.S. top business school, you’ll be ready for careers in consulting, finance, healthcare, human resources, marketing, operations, and more.
More about careers with a Master in Business Administration
In a recent survey of graduates, 100% of Valparaiso University MBA students found a job within a year of graduation.
Supervisory career opportunities with a Master in Business Administration degree are expected to grow 10% over the next decade, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Graduates of business master’s programs can earn up to twice as much as counterparts with only a bachelor’s degree, according to the Graduate Management Admission Council.