At Wright State University, our M.B.A. offers an advanced education and a competitive edge to help you stand out in today’s global economy. We have a strong academic program at one of the lowest tuition rates in Ohio with multiple flexible scheduling options to fit your life.
The M.B.A. program is designed to develop successful and ethical business leaders with a cross-functional understanding of the total business environment and the vision to see opportunities in the global marketplace. In this program, you are immersed in a culture of innovation that will prepare you to embrace and formulate new ideas. You will apply the theories learned in the classroom to workplace challenges, learn to collaborate and work effectively in teams across and within functional areas, enhance your communication skills, sharpen critical and analytical thinking, deepen your ethical decision-making in business contexts, and proactively anticipate rapidly changing business challenges in a global economy. You will have the opportunity to build a supportive network of fellow students from different professions, backgrounds, and nationalities.
Take your career to the next level with a Master of Business Administration degree from our nationally-recognized program. Learn more about our unique values: quality, flexibility, and affordability. Contact us at email@example.com, 937-775-2437, or request information.
- Business economics
- Health care management
- Interdisciplinary business
- International business
- Management, innovation, and change
- New venture creation
- Project management
Academics and Curriculum
- Online Classes
- On-Campus Classes
- Flexible Schedules
M.B.A. Virtual Open House
The Master of Business Administration Virtual Open House is an excellent opportunity to learn about how Wright State can help you advance your career. Join us virtually to find how we can help you take your next step and more.
Alumna Nicole Cantrell, who works in the contracting career field at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, often returns to Wright State to participate in career fairs and speaker events.
As a full-time military officer at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, he had little free time to take night classes at Wright State. But Mike Thirtle made time.