The Western Washington University’s College of Business and Economics Daytime MBA is a fourteen-month intensive program for emergent professionals interested in a full-time/daytime MBA Program. A business-related undergraduate degree is not required. Our Daytime MBA is an interdisciplinary enterprise management program delivered over five quarters starting every June. Technical, managerial, and leadership curricula are combined with a startup, growth, and pivot focused consulting capstone to build a comprehensive foundation for career growth. WWU’s Daytime students benefit from dedicated career services, eligibility for Graduate Assistantships, internship opportunities, and the mentorship possibilities that our small class sizes facilitate.
Accelerated program graduates achieve an average starting salary increase of 8% to 65% higher than median salaries achieved by CBE undergraduates who enter the job market with only an undergraduate degree. Six months after graduating, Daytime MBA cohorts report a 95% to 100% job placement rate.
Achieve a high value MBA with affordable, state supported tuition to improve your professional prospects as a capable, hardworking, resilient, holistic driver of business progress and value.
Length: 5 Quarters over 14 months
Program Start: Annually in September
Classes Offered: Daytime
Total Program Cost: $27,000*
Internship Required: Yes
Capstone Project Required: Yes
*tuition and fees estimated for in-state residents
Next Cohort Start Date: September 2022
Priority Application Deadline: February 15, 2022
Final Application Deadline: May 1, 2022
MBA 594: Introduction to Professional Management
MBA 502: Microeconomics
MBA 504: Business Statistics
MBA 510: Financial Accounting
MBA 505: Business Finance (4 credits)
MBA 509: Marketing Management (4 credits)
MBA 506: Management Information Systems (4 credits)
MBA 511: Managerial Account (4 credits)
MBA 541: Managerial Finance (4 credits)
MBA 532: Marketing Strategy (4 credits)
MBA 595: Competing in a Global Environment (4 credits)
MBA 598: Capstone I (4 credits)
MBA 503: Macroeconomics
MBA 508: Operations Management (4 credits)
MBA 599: Capstone II (4 credits)
MBA 525: Management Seminar: Business & Employment Law (4 credits)
MBA 507: Managing Organizations and People (4 credits)
Undergraduate electives (400 level) may be taken optionally and in addition to required courses on a space available basis. Permission from the MBA Program and associated department is required, and student must be in good academic standing to obtain approval. Departments will consider waiving typical course prerequisites, and override codes are required to register. Contact Kati Johnson with any questions.