Master of Business Administration


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Masters
Graduate Degree
Bill and Vieve Gore School of Business
Two-Year Program (With Locked Tuition Up to Five Years)

Overview

Currently the most popular program world-wide, a Master of Business Administration degree is the way to enter the competitive market with the right foot. Our MBA program is designed to provide a well-rounded graduate education in business and help you further develop skills of finance, operations, information systems, marketing, economics, and accounting. In classes about organizational behavior, strategy, ethics, and entrepreneurship you will not only receive a practical instruction, you will also experience an individual, consultative-like support.

Key Benefits

  • Personalized approach to a graduate program
  • Classes that include case studies, teamwork, and individual presentations integrated with professional lectures, networks, and mentoring
  • Possibility of earning certificates in Accounting or Entrepreneurship

How Long it Takes

Students can complete the program between 2 to 3 years; however, this varies with personal commitments and schedule.

"The MBA is about self-discovery, networking, and crafting a personal learning plan that makes sense for your career or entrepreneurial goals. Professors and business mentors at Westminster are ready and interested in helping craft this type of individualized learning. Westminster is the only school in the Intermountain West that provides this type of MBA. I was not interested in moving lockstep through a prescriptive program toward some uninteresting large-company job; I wanted a clear and high quality return on my investment shaped around my interests and career growth. Westminster created that experience."

Brian Wierman (MBA)

About the Program

What You'll Learn

Accounting Certificate

You can meet the subject-specific coursework required to take the CPA exam with the Accounting certificate. Courses include Financial Accounting and Theory I and II, Tax Policy and Research, Executive Finance and Controllership, among others.

Entrepreneurship Concentration

Enhance your chances of being a successful entrepreneur. You will learn to write business plans, to understand financing and equity issues in start-ups and early stage companies, to understand the process of innovating for follow-up products, and analyze case studies of successful and unsuccessful entrepreneurs.

Plan of Study

Program Core

27–33 credits

The core coursework is designed to give you a solid foundation in various business disciplines.

Electives

6–12 credits

Electives give you the opportunity to customize your skill set in order to meet your desired career goals. You can use your electives to complete graduate certificates, or you can take individual courses across a broad spectrum.

Start Date

August, January, and May

New classes start every seven weeks.

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"The knowledge I gained and applied on the job helped me to gain visibility and get promoted in the organizations that I worked for during the time I was attending Westminster."

Shelisa Payne (MBA)

There's No Better Investment Than You

Tuition and Fees

39 credits at $1,373/credit

$53,547 all-inclusive price

Our fixed price model means that you know the full price of the program at the beginning. All class materials, fees, and a required 10 day international context tour are included in the fixed price. There are no annual tuition increases in the Westminster MBA program. Tuition is locked for 5 years once enrolled. The price is truly fixed.

Scholarships

Merit scholarships, alumni scholarships, and loans are available.

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Application Deadlines

Applications are accepted on a rolling admissions basis.

Application Priority Deadlines

Summer 2017: March 1, 2017
Fall 2017: June 1, 2017

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