All WebMBA institutions offer accredited MBA programs. Our schools and programs are accredited regionally by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools and professionally by AACSB International - The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business, which accredits leading business schools and their programs.
GMAT/GRE waivers vary by school. Please see the schools page and contact the school’s program manager for additional information.
Please see the admissions page for current total tuition cost for both in-state and out-of-state residents, including international students.
An orientation fee is also required within two weeks of acceptance, unless other arrangements are made with the Managing Director of WebMBA. These costs are subject to change.
Your WebMBA work is accelerated, consisting of 10 courses. Students complete course-work in less than two years. Students take two courses each term for five consecutive semesters, including at least one summer term. No electives are required and no concentrations are provided. A non-credit mandatory orientation is held two days before the start of each cohort. We typically hold the orientation in Atlanta, Georgia.
The following list serves as a general guide to foundational courses for our schools:
The WebMBA offers self-paced, online modules that meet pre-requisite requirements. These modules are facilitated through MBA Math and will save you the time of taking campus courses. While not mandatory, completing or reviewing the material provided in MBA Math is highly encouraged. It is a resource meant to help our students ensure their success, as they can get up to speed or refresh their knowledge on relevant topics prior to starting the program.
The WebMBA offers accelerated self-paced modules that meet pre-requisite requirements. Once you pay your deposit for orientation, you will receive an email from WebMBA Assistant Director Amy Lavender with your MBA Math access code. Please allow up to three (3) business days after purchase for access.
You can work at your own pace, and the time needed to complete the modules will depend on your background and work experience, as well as the amount of time each week you have to devote to the modules. These are non-credit modules. The objective is not mastery of the subject matter but acquiring basic pre-requisite knowledge, skills, and vocabulary to enter the program.
Please see the admissions page for information on upcoming orientations and course start dates.
For information on how to apply, along with online application links, please see our WebMBA schools page.
Yes. But no more than two 3-credit-hour courses can be transferred. The admitting institution determines whether specific courses are eligible to be transferred. Credit will be accepted by the admitting institution before you enter the program. Only courses from AACSB-accredited schools will be considered. Courses must match our curriculum courses.
The Hope Scholarship does not apply to the WebMBA program. Other aid may be available. Once you have decided on a participating WebMBA school, contact the MBA director or financial aid office for information on available aid. For some schools, the GI Bill applies.
Students enrolled in the program will use our online courses for all work, including team functions, exams, discussion posts, cases, and simulations. Students also have access to academic resources, such as an online library and databases. Web-ware for conference calls and document sharing is also available. Courses are asynchronous. No face-to-face or class online meetings are required. Because we rely on Learning Teams, student teams typically decide when members will meet in real-time.
Grades are based on reports, exams, assigned case studies and simulations, and participation in course and team activities.
You may work anytime, anywhere you have access to the online courses. Our semester courses begin and end on specific dates, work is due as assigned, and Learning Teams determine other activity and work deadlines. There typically are no required synchronous class sessions.
No visits are required for courses. Students living within the Continental U.S. are required to attend a 2-day orientation held at the beginning of the program.
Exams take place online, although our faculty may give tests in other ways. Details are stated in each course syllabus.
The time needed for these online courses usually equals that needed for on-campus MBA program courses. No travel time is required, however.
Students report spending about seven to eight hours per week per course.
The length of the program semester will vary from 10 to 14 weeks.
The diploma you receive will be identical to your admitting school’s campus-based MBA. The admitting school’s name and “Master of Business Administration” will be on the diploma. It will not state “on-line” or “WebMBA.”