West Virginia University's 12-month accelerated full-time MBA program was ranked among the Top 100 in the nation by U.S. News & World Report. The program is ideal for someone seeking to enhance job opportunities or change careers. Whether your background I in liberal arts, the sciences or business, WVU has a place for you.
The College of Business & Economics believes in the global perspective. By joining WVU's MBA program, you will gain a classroom experience enriched by teamwork and experiential learning. We believe it's necessary for students to have an applicable approach to their education by allowing students to work alongside of business professionals who a number of projects.
According to the Wall Street Journal, employers are seeking to hire people with the ability to work in teams. WVU’s MBA program focuses on building team skills. You’ll have the opportunity to both lead and be a vital member of a team, gaining the important skills that employers seek, further advancing your career.
Beginning on the first day of your program, staff from the Center for Career Development will work with you on your resume review, interviewing skills and networking, preparing you for the competitive job market.
Program Application RequirementsResume/CV, Statement of Purpose, 3 Letters of recommendation
Program Application Test RequirementsGMAT or GRE
Fall DeadlineDoes not admit
Spring DeadlineDoes not admit
Summer PriorityMarch 1
Summer DeadlineMay 1
English Proficiency Requirements
All applicants whose first language is not English must provide proof of English language proficiency. WVU accepts either the TOEFL or the IELTS for this purpose. Learn more about our English language proficiency requirements.
WVU is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.
WVU is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.
WVU’s MBA program is accredited by AACSB international, the principal accrediting organization for business schools. Only 5% of business schools achieve this distinction.
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