Earn Two Degrees in Five Years!
Now you can earn two degrees in approximately five years right here at UMW! Polish your leadership skills and enhance your business acumen. Gain the edge you need to establish your influence and consider executive and management opportunities. The 4+1 program is designed to accommodate any undergraduate major/minor.
- Quality instruction – AACSB accredited.
- No business prerequisite courses required.
- Enroll full or part-time.
- Courses offered through online, hybrid and face-to-face delivery methods.
Graduates of the UMW MBA program are well prepared for a variety of leadership positions in Fortune 500 companies, government agencies, not-for-profits, and entrepreneurial ventures. Graduates of UMW’s MBA program have landed positions with organizations such as:
- Booz Allen Hamilton
- General Dynamics
- Lockheed Martin
- JP Morgan Chase
- Mary Washington Healthcare
- Northrop Grumman
College of Business Admission Requirements
- Graduate application for admission
- GMAT/GRE scores
- Summer term: April 30
- Fall term: August 1
Degree Completion Timeline
UMW offers MBA courses in a variety of formats (hybrid, online and face-to-face) including an evening program at our Stafford campus. .Most classes meet one night per week for eight weeks. Take a full course load to finish in two years or less, or take one course at a time. Degree completion must be achieved within six years.
MBA Course Requirements (36 credits)
Required Core Courses (30 credits) — all courses are 3 credits
GBUS 501 Foundations of Accounting and Quantitative Analysis
GBUS 502 Foundations of Global Marketing and Management
GBUS 503 Foundations of Financial Markets
GBUS 521 Leadership and Organizational Behavior
GBUS 523 Marketing Strategy
GBUS 525 Management Information Systems
GBUS 526 Quantitative Business Modeling
GBUS 527 Accounting for Decision Making and Control
GBUS 528 Financial Management
GBUS 529 Strategic Management
Electives (6 credits)
Six (6) additional credits chosen from any other 500-level GBUS or MMIS course.
Click here for full MBA program catalog information.
Contact the Office of Graduate Admissions to take the next step in the admissions process at (540) 286-8030 or email@example.com.
Taylor Johnson, MBA ‘16
A graduate assistant in UMW’s athletic department, Taylor Johnson, MBA ’16, works in sports information and facility management. He felt a master’s degree would give him an edge in reaching his career goals in athletic administration. Having studied business at UMW as an undergrad, Johnson, who was also a star Eagles basketball player, has enjoyed learning from some of the same professors who already had served as his mentors. “Earning a master’s degree will help me jump-start my career,” Johnson said. “The MBA program has helped me sharpen my skills to become a well-rounded business student. I really enjoy the structure of the classes, which revolve around discussion.”