• Get a Real MBA

    Get a Real MBA

    Get a Real MBA

    Develop the experience and tools you need to jump-start your career. 

  • Early Career and Career Change MBA

    Early Career and Career Change MBA

    Designed to Meet Your Career Goals

    Willamette's Early Career and Career Change MBA is designed to meet the needs of specific groups of students. Students benefit from Willamette's distinct experiential approach. 

  • Full-Time Program Formats

    Full-Time Program Formats

    For Early Career Students

    The Willamette MBA meets the goals of recent college graduates and applicants with limited work experience who are seeking their first professional position or career change. Previous work experience is not required. 

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    Full-Time Program Formats

    For Career Change Students

    The Willamette MBA meets the goals of people with at least two years of post bachelor degree professional work experience with management or functional responsibilities, who are seeking career change or career advancement. 

  • Full-Time Program Formats

    Full-Time Program Formats

    Accelerated MBA

    The Accelerated MBA is designed for students who have completed an AACSB accredited bachelor degree in business (or the first year of an AACSB or NASPAA accredited full-time MBA, MPA or MPP program), and at least two years of post bachelor degree professional work experience with management or functional responsibilities. The program is customized for each student. 

  • Full-Time Program Formats

    Full-Time Program Formats

    MBA/JD Joint Degree

    The Joint Degree is designed for students seeking both the MBA and Doctor of Jurisprudence degree from Willamette University. The program is four years in length, depending on the level of previous work experience. 

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    Full-Time Program Formats

    BA/MBA

    The Willamette University Bachelor of Arts and MBA Combined Degree (BA/MBA) is a fast track option of the Willamette MBA program. It is designed for a select group of advanced students from Willamette University's College of Liberal Arts.