The School of Business holds AACSB accreditation, which is granted to less than five percent of all business programs worldwide. Our degree programs meet the business education needs of today’s diverse and innovative economy, with majors in Management, Marketing, Fashion Marketing, Accounting, as well as a Master of Business Administration. Woodbury’s intensive MBA degree format allows students to complete their MBA while balancing the demands of their personal and professional life.
The GMAT/GRE is not a requirement for admission to the MBA Program.
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Four undergraduate programs and one graduate degree program guarantee smart and timely business education to meet the needs of today’s global, diverse and innovative economy.
The MBA takes students on a deeper educational journey, and courses are available in non-traditional formats to accommodate working students. This intensive program allows you to complete your degree while balancing the demands of your personal and professional life.
The Center for Entrepreneurship is home to a number of university-wide entrepreneurial initiatives, including the School of Business’ rotating Executive-in-Residence program, and entrepreneur-focused student organizations, such as the Business and Professional Women of Woodbury (BPWOW), the Collegiate Entrepreneurs’ Organization (CEO), the organizer of the Baron Business Plan competition, and the School of Business Entrepreneur Lecture Series.
Woodbury’s School of Business supports students in building a strong foundation for their professional development. Throughout our degree programs, students gain the knowledge and skills that they will use during their careers. Additionally, our Internship Directors assist students in gaining real world experience through internships.
Our faculty team consists of accomplished, caring academics and professionals dedicated to supporting the success of students throughout their academic journey. They bring their professional expertise to students and work closely with them to teach the skills and theory required to enter professional practice or pursue advanced study. Through this individual attention, we foster close mentoring relationships between faculty and students in a supportive and encouraging environment.
AACSB International: The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business
ACBSP: Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs
WSCUC: Western College and University Commission (formerly WASC)
Assessment information and data disclosures for ACBPSP and AACSB are located on the
School of Business Assessment Site.