School of Graduate Studies College of Business and Technology
1 University Circle, Stipes Hall 101
Macomb, ILLINOIS, 61455-1390, United States
The WIU MBA is open to business graduates and those in liberal arts, engineering, mathematics, science, and other fields.
Concentration courses are available in accounting, business analytics, corporate security, economics, finance, international business, management and supply chain management.
Hybrid courses utilize both online learning as well as the traditional classroom, offering the best of both formats. Hybrid courses are available at the Quad Cities campus.
Master's Degree, MBA, Master of Business Administration
Assistant Director, WIU School of Graduate Studies
Dr. Tara Feld
Associate Dean, College of Business and Technology
The MBA program at Western Illinois University welcomes students with both business and nonbusiness backgrounds. Students without business degrees or with degrees from non-AACSB-International accredited schools may be required to take one or more background courses to assure adequate preparation for advanced study. The purpose of the GMAT requirement is to assess the readiness of the applicant for the level of rigor in the MBA program, particularly in quantitative areas. While the GMAT is the preferred standard, GRE scores of at least 150 in both the quantitative and verbal sections will be accepted in lieu of GMAT scores. Exceptions to the GMAT/GRE requirement will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
Details regarding the GMAT exam test are available at http://www.mba.com/us