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Online MBA

Military

Whether you are a veteran, a reservist, or still serving on active duty, West Virginia University is a great place to further your education. WVU has earned G.I. Jobs Magazine’s Military Friendly School rating for six consecutive years.Military Advanced Education called WVU a Top Military-Friendly University and the Military Times ranked WVU as the 43rd Best College for Vets. Additionally, U.S. News and World Report ranked WVU’s Online MBA program #22 in the nation in the Best Online Programs for Veterans. At WVU you will find faculty, staff, and students who want to support you and help you succeed.

An Online MBA degree can help bridge the gap between the military and the business world. Existing work ethic, leadership skills and maturity combined with the degree credentials creates a winning combination for success and our adapted program allows veterans to take full advantage of their educational assistance.

Affordability

West Virginia University has worked hard to make its programs affordable for military personnel and veterans. WVU is a Yellow Ribbon Program participant, meaning that the university agrees to waive a portion of tuition not covered by the G. I. Bill. Unlike most universities, WVU participates in the program for all graduate and professional programs. Additionally, the College of Business and Economics offers a $100 discount per credit hour to all veterans pursuing the Online MBA program.

Flexibility

While the Online MBA program includes four residencies, each of which takes three or four days, service members with military obligations are permitted to miss up to two of the residencies and still complete the course of study. Students are also offered the flexibility of completing the program in three years as opposed to two.

View the three-year military plan of study - Course sequence is subject to change based on program start date and when courses are offered throughout the year.

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Alan Romero

Online MBA

Alan Romero knew WVU was the best fit for him because of the detailed plan of study and its ability to cater to National Guard members.

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Kerry Gnik

Online MBA

West Virginia native Kerry Gnik was encouraged by her boss and husband to go back to school for her MBA.

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