How long is the admissions process?
Once your application and supporting documentation are received, you will be notified with an admission decision within 2-3 weeks.
What is the application deadline?
Admissions is conducted on a rolling basis. Please submit your application and supporting documentation at least 2 months prior to your intended start date to insure your space in the session
Is Financial aid available?
Graduate students may apply for federal financial aid through the FAFSA (www.fafsa.ed.gov). Additionally, Woodbury accepts company reimbursement as well as Veteran's Benefits. Woodbury University offers scholarships for the MBA program.
How do I finish the MBA in 1-year?
Students who have satisfied all PMBA courses can finish the MBA in 1 year. This can be accomplished by taking four courses per semester (two per session).`
What is a Semester vs. a Session
The MBA program is delivered in an accelerated format. What this means is that we have taken what is traditionally a 15-week course (semester) and compressed it into 7-weeks (session). There are two sessions in a semester.
What is considered "full-time"?
Full time is based on the number of units that is taken in a 15-week semester. Six units (two courses) per semester is considered full-time.
What is the maximum number of units that can be taken in a session?
Due to the nature of accelerated courses, we recommend taking a maximum of two courses per session. This equates to attending class twice a week.When can I start the program
Domestic students may start the program at the beginning of any 7-week session. International students may begin the program at the beginning of each semester, due to full-time requirements for the I-20.Am I required to take the GMAT/GRE?
If you are applying through the Direct Admit Track, it is an admissions requirement for all applicants into the MBA program to submit Woodbury University with their GMAT/GRE Test Score when submitting their application.What is the required GMAT/GRE Test Score?
White your GMAT/GRE test score is important, admissions also looks at your cumulative GPA as well as from the University you obtained your undergraduate degree from.