Name of School: Western Carolina University College of Business
- Professional Evening MBA: Designed for working professionals, this program can be completed in 2 years and offers classes on weekday evenings.
- Full-time MBA: Completed in 12-15 months, this program is designed for recent graduates or early-career professionals.
Enrollment: The MBA program has a small and selective student body, with around 50 students enrolled across both programs.
Admissions Requirements: Applicants are required to submit official transcripts, GMAT or GRE scores, a personal statement, a resume, and two letters of recommendation.
GMAT Requirement: Yes, a GMAT score is required for admission.
Average GMAT Score: Not available
Application Deadline: Rolling admission for the Professional Evening MBA program; the Full-time MBA program has a priority deadline of February 1 and a final deadline of July 1.
Start Date: Fall semester for both programs.
Study Mode: In-person.
Student Body: There is no data available for minority percentage or average work experience of students.
Rankings: Not available.
Admissions: The admissions process is selective, with a holistic review of each applicant’s academic record, work experience, and personal statement.
Accreditations: Western Carolina University College of Business is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).
Language of Instruction: English.
Faculty: The faculty consists of experienced business professionals and scholars who bring a diverse range of perspectives to the classroom.
Tuition Fees: $9,900 per year for in-state students; $23,580 per year for out-of-state students.
Curriculum: The curriculum includes core courses in business foundations, as well as electives in areas such as accounting, finance, management, marketing, and entrepreneurship.
Alumni, Salary and Jobs Information, Employment Statistics, Employment after MBA, and Reputation: There is no data available for these metrics.
Medium Language, Student Body, Accreditations, Total Enrollment: English, Small and selective student body, AACSB accredited, around 50 students enrolled.