Woodbury MBA Students & Their Legacy

Learn more about our graduates!

Woodbury University’s practice-based MBA program is designed to prepare you for the next stage of your career and set you apart as a leader who thinks differently about business. It fits into your busy professional life while providing the quality you’re looking for in an advanced degree.


Learn about our MBA Program

Woodbury University’s MBA program is designed to prepare students for the next stage of their career and set them apart as leaders who think differently about business.



Woodbury MBA Alumni Careers

Where our Alumni work:
  • Bank of America
  • Bloomingdale’s
  • Ernst & Young
  • Farmers Insurance
  • Honda Corporation
  • Jet Propulsion Laboratory
  • Kaiser Permanente
  • Lockheed Martin
  • Los Angeles Times
  • Macy’s


  • Medtronic
  • Merrill Lynch
  • Meggitt Control Systems
  • NBC Universal
  • PricewaterhouseCoopers
  • Sony Entertainment
  • Target
  • The Walt Disney Company
  • Warner Bros.
  • Wells Fargo
What our Alumni do:
  • 31% | Business Development
  • 16% | Finance
  • 14% | Operations
  • 12% | Sales
  • 10% | Accounting
  •  9%  | Education
  •  8%  | Marketing

*Percentages are based on a sample of 1197 Alumni.

Affordability of a Woodbury MBA

Merit Scholarships

MBA students can now qualify for a merit scholarship of up to $18,000. The MBA merit awards are based on your undergraduate GPA (GPA is not cumulative and is based solely on the degree awarding college/university):

  • GPA of 3.7 to 4.0 earns $18,000
  • GPA of 3.40 to 3.69 earns $16,000
  • GPA of 2.95 to 3.39 earns $10,000
  • GPA of 2.50 to 2.94 earns $6,000

College Scoreboard Data

  • Median Earnings: $63,997
  • Monthly Earnings: $5,333
  • Median Total Debt After Graduation: $51,250
  • Monthly Loan Payment: $526
Lilit Caradanian
Alumni Feature

Lilit Caradanian

Woodbury MBA graduate, Lilit Caradanian, went from being a financial analyst at Disney into the realm of beauty educator as a pathway to starting her own brand, Elcie Cosmetics.

Learn more about Lilit’s story


Gurpreet Virdi
Student Feature

Gurpreet Virdi

Gurpreet Virdi, a second-year Master of Business Administration (MBA) student, has major aspirations and plans to give back to society. Using her love of science, teaching and business acumen, Gurpreet envisions launching two non-profit organizations; one to assist graduate students with higher education financial aid support, and the other to improve sanitation efforts in her parent’s native country, India, and other developing countries around the world. Gurpreet, who plans to earn her MBA degree in May, 2021, shares her passionate story in the following interview.

Learn more about Gurpreet’s story

If you are interested in finding out more about Woodbury’s MBA Program, please submit the inquiry below and you will be contacted by a Woodbury University Representative.

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