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AACSB Awards Continued Accreditation

AACSB Accreditation is the hallmark of excellence in business education and has been earned by less than 5% of the world's business programs. AACSB has awarded the Raj Soin College of Business an extended accreditation for the next 5 years for both the Business and Accounting programs

Earn Your MBA Online

Now Accepting Applications

One of the Princeton Review's Best Business Schools, Wright State University's Raj Soin College of Business offers a 100% online MBA program.

Your First Business Decision

Make it Wright State

When you enroll in the Raj Soin College of Business at Wright State University, you have made your first sound business decision, balancing cost, value, location, and opportunity.

Your next decision?

What Sets Us Apart


Top Accreditations

We are one of 182 schools in the world that holds AACSB Accreditation in both business and accountancy programs.


Low Tuition

Your first cost-benefit analysis: Our tuition is less than half of other area universities.



When you enroll, you instantly add 18,000 Wright State Business alumni to your network.



Fortune 500 companies come to us looking for their next difference makers.


Your Best Investment

When you’re choosing a business school in Ohio, just crunch the numbers: no other Ohio business school can offer the same real-world preparation for the same low tuition. And with 10 undergraduate major tracks, five graduate degrees, and an alumni network of more than 17,000 and growing, making the right choice for the future of your career couldn’t be more obvious. Take your first step today by speaking to an admissions counselor at (937) 775-4601 or filling out the form below.

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