Woodbury School of Business
Dean: Norman S. Wright
WSB Graduate Program Director: Trisha Alexander
Master of Business Administration
WSB Graduate Program Director: Bill Neal
MBA Admission and Marketing Manager: Matthew Moon
MBA Coordinator: Gina Johnson
MBA Administrative Support: Monique Rose
Advisor: Terry Smith
Utah Valley University offers two distinct MBA tracks. The professional, part-time, Master of Business Administration track is an applied graduate degree that reflects the Woodbury School of Business’s long and distinguished history of providing excellence in business education. Our innovative team-based curriculum reaches beyond the walls and textbooks of a traditional program and is geared toward students with a moderate level of business management experience. This professional program leverages the management experiences of our professional students while focusing on application and practice through the use of group discussions, case studies, simulations, projects, and interaction with regional organizations and business leaders. The two year program offers two areas of emphasis in management or accounting and meets on Tuesday and Thursday evenings—an ideal schedule for enterprising professionals.
Our full-time accelerated Master of Business Administration option is designed to meet the needs of students that have completed their undergraduate degree and would like to continue their education through a one-year, three semester, accelerated program. This curriculum requires a full-time effort, as classes, workshops, and events are scheduled throughout the week. Due to the rigorous demands of this program, employment during enrollment is discouraged. Courses concentrate on real-world and engaged activities designed to assist students as they prepare to enter the business world. Two areas of emphasis are offered – business management and accounting.
The MBA program embraces the university’s designation as an engaged learning campus. Students immerse themselves in all aspects of business management, including accounting, leadership, marketing, economics, ethics, and social responsibility. Throughout the program, students will participate in several integration modules, designed to integrate the various functions of business through projects, simulations, and comprehensive case studies.
All prerequisite and proficiency courses must be completed prior to beginning the program. The prerequisite courses for Finance and Business Statistics taken within the last five years with a “C” grade or better by April 1 of each year, meet the prerequisite requirement.
Students may elect to fulfill their prerequisites through the successful completion
of on-line course “boot camps” through UVU’s Continuing Education Department. These
self-pacedcourses have been developed by Woodbury School of Business faculty and are
designed to prepare students for the rigor of their MBA program. These courses are
not for credit. Registration and payment are through the Continuing Education Department.
Contact the MBA office for additional information.
Accelerated Business Core "Boot camp" (13.5 credit hours):
Financial and Managerial Accounting (3.0)
Corporate Finance (1.5)
Operations Management (1.5)
Legal/Ethical Environment (1.5)
Prerequisite Courses (or equivalent classes) from Undergraduate Studies:
ECON 2010 Introduction to Macroeconomics
ECON 2020 Introduction to Microeconomics
ACCT 2010 Financial Accounting
ACCT 2020 Managerial Accounting
LEGL 3000 Business Law
MGMT 2240 Business Calculus
MGMT 2340 Business Statistics
MGMT 3010 Principles of Management
MGMT 3100 Principles of Finance
MGMT 3600 Principles of Marketing
MGMT 3450 Operations Management
Baccalaureate degree holders with both business and non-business majors may apply. Deadlines and current application requirements are posted on the website, www.uvu.edu/mba. Applicants must submit all of the following to the Woodbury School of Business:
Send official GMAT test scores. GMAT registration is available at www.mba.com. Submit TOEFL scores with a minimum of 79 for the Internet-based test (This is only for applicants for whom English is a second language and who have not earned a degree in the U.S.)
If an applicant is not admitted, he/she may reapply again at a later time. All current admission requirements at the time of application must be met.
Continuation in the Master of Business Administration program is determined by: (1) satisfactory progress (C or higher) in all courses (completed courses with a grade lower than a C must be repeated) and (2) faculty committee chair and the graduate admission and retention committee recommendation.
A student can be recommended for academic probation for the following reason(s): (1) Failure to meet the scholarship requirements of the Graduate Program of an overall GPA of 3.00 (on a 4.00 scale) or higher, with no individual course grade lower than C; (2) Failure to complete prescribed courses; and/or (3) Failure to adhere to University student rights and responsibilities standards.
Dismissal from the Program
A student can be dismissed from the Master of Business Administration program for the following reason(s):
Admission to the Master of Business Administration program is a requirement for enrollment into all Master of Business Administration courses.
|2016-17 Graduate--MBA Tuition and General Fee Schedule|
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|Equal Tuition Payment for 12.0-18.0 credit hours|
|For each credit hour over 18, $593 per credit hour will be assessed for residents and $1,281 per credit hour for non-residents|