Bowling Green State University's College of Business Administration provides students a wide selection of graduate degree offerings from an internationally recognized university. Students can chose from one of three MBA programs; full-time, professional, or executive. BGSU also offers a Master of Accountancy, Executive Master of Organization Development, Master of Arts in Economics, and a Master of Science in Applied Statistics. BGSU is consistently recognized as one of the top graduate business programs in Ohio by Princeton Review.
Our full-time MBA program starts in August of each year and is a cohort based program, where students progress through the program as a team. The cohort fosters a spirit of teamwork and collaboration. Students can complete the general MBA in 12 months, regardless of undergraduate major. Students also have the opportunity to complete a specialization in either Accounting or Finance, which takes just one additional semester. A significant number of graduate assistantships are available for domestic and international applicants.
Our Professional MBA program is a cohort based program that can be completed in 23 months. Students take classes exclusively with other experienced working professionals two nights per week. The curriculum is designed to provide the fundamental knowledge and advanced analytical business skills required to lead an organization in the 21st century. These courses are conveniently offered in either Perrysburg or Findlay.
Our Executive MBA was the first in Ohio and among the 10 oldest in the country. Students progress through the 18-month program as a team, working with and learning from a very experienced group of students and faculty. Classes meet only one weekend per month, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Distance learning technologies are employed between residencies to keep students and faculty connected. The program features a 10-day international study trip where students interact with and learn from the world's leading organizations and their managers. The GMAT exam can be waived for qualifying applicants to the Executive MBA program.