MBA From Montana - The Power of Choice
MISSOULA – In today’s world, one size rarely fits all. Why settle for an education that doesn’t work with your needs? The University of Montana College of Business, understands these real-life issues and offers students and professionals the power of choice with its Masters of Business Administration (MBA).
No matter your schedule or where you are located, the UM MBA – Montana’s only MBA – will help you meet your goals.
The College of Business is currently accepting MBA applications for the spring 2020 semester. To apply, visit www.business.umt.edu/MBA. Questions or requests for more information should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Attend class on campus or online – so you can earn your degree whenever your schedule allows and from anywhere in the world. Students can choose between attending traditional face-to-face classes, logging in to live classrooms or participating in online recorded lectures. Classes are regularly scheduled in the evenings, so you can maintain your professional career.
Students earn a general MBA, but many specialize through electives or certificates in entrepreneurship, cybersecurity, and entertainment management. The College of Business also offers a joint MBA program for students pursuing degrees in law, pharmacy and physical therapy at UM.
The UM College of Business expert faculty are dedicated to helping you make connections with your peers, fellow successful UM alumni (the College of Business has over 20,000), as well as entrepreneurs through UM’s Blackstone LaunchPad.
The UM College of Business wants to see you succeed, offering individualized program support through the Gianchetta Student Success Center for advising, career development, internships and more. These resources can be accessed whether you are on campus or online.
The University of Montana is the flagship university of the state. The College of Business at UM is nationally renowned and has been named the top business school in the Big Sky Conference by U.S. News and World Report for four consecutive years.