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Welcome, you’ve reached the Graduate Applications page. You will find links to the information pages for each degree and its programs in the sections below. You will find the application checklists for each. As well as the links to the online application itself for each degree and program. The online application is free and the preferred application method.
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Whether you are developing managerial skills, seeking career advancement, or cultivating an entrepreneurial advantage, a master’s degree in business administration MBA from the University of Mary Washington will put you on the path to success. The Spring 2023 semester for the Master of Business Administration program will be the final intake of International graduate MBA students seeking a residential (in-person) program. The application deadline for international students seeking admission will be Tuesday, November 1, 2022.
If you have a bachelor’s degree and a passion for helping young people learn and grow, view the UMW M.Ed. with Initial Teacher Licensure Program. You’ll get a personal adviser and a learning plan tailored specifically for you.
UMW’s College of Education Endorsement and Certificates Programs offer a graduate endorsement and two certificates. UMW’s added credentials increase educators’ knowledge in a particular field of study. The added credentials will lead to lucrative employment options.
Start a career using geospatial technologies by earning your MSGA at UMW. The U.S. Department of Labor says geospatial technologies are a high-growth industry sector, with more demand for employees than are trained personnel to fill the positions.