Valparaiso University offers students the same rigorous MBA curriculum through two options.

Students who choose the Daytime Global MBA program can complete their MBA in as little as one year of full-time study with a general business concentration. Other concentrations may take longer, depending on course enrollment. This program has one start date per year in August.

Students who work full time during the day may enroll in the Professional MBA program, in which each course meets one night per week. Students in the Professional MBA program can complete their MBA in as little as two years of part-time study, with a general business concentration. Other concentrations may take longer, depending on course enrollment. The part-time Evening Professional MBA program has six start dates per year.

Regardless of which program students choose, they will gain all the benefits of Valpo’s MBA curriculum:

  • Mastery of all the functional areas of business
  • Firsthand knowledge of the 21st-century global business environment
  • A strong foundation in values-based leadership
  • Preparation to positively impact people, organizations, your community, the natural environment, and our global economy

Either MBA program allows students to customize their plan of study by selecting the concentration area and experiences that best meet their individual career goals.

 

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Program Features

Daytime Classes - One Start Date Per Year in August
Attend Full-Time
36 Total Credit Hours:
  • 24 hours of the MBA Core

  • 12 hours of Concentration

  • Study Abroad

Age Range 21-23
Average Age 22
Avg Work Experience (Yrs) 2
Average GMAT 544
Average GRE N/A
Male % 40%
Female % 60%
Average GPA 3.27
International % 0%
Minority % 0%

Program Features

Evening Classes - Six Start Dates Per Year
Attend Part-Time
36 Total Credit Hours:
  • 24 hours of the MBA Core

  • 12 hours of Concentration

Age Range 23-25
Average Age 24
Avg. Work Experience(Yrs) 2
Average GMAT 590
Average GRE N/A
Male % 100%
Female % 0%
Average GPA 3.23
International % 50%
Minority % 50%