This part-time program is designed for full-time professionals like student who want to earn their MBA without the restrictions of set class times and locations.
No GMAT required in most cases.
Upon entering the KSU WebMBA program, foundation knowledge is required in the areas of financial accounting, managerial accounting, corporate finance and business statistics.
This is satisfied either through successful completion of these undergraduate courses or online modules available for purchase through KSU.
Number of Credit Hours: 30
Completion in About 20 months
Online MBA Benefits
Best in Class, Virtual Team-Based Learning
Highly Experienced and Committed Faculty
Online Convenience and Flexibility
Quick Return on Investment
No GMAT Required in Most Cases
Applicants must possess a bachelor’s degree (in any field) from a regionally accredited institution or its equivalent in the case of those with an international education background
Nature and total years of full-time professional experience
Academic achievement as demonstrated on official transcripts from all colleges/universities attended
Two letters of recommendation
Additional information may be requested in order to better assess the candidate’s preparedness to enter the program.
$24,470 (includes upfront $800 orientation fee)
Best in reputation
Best Student happiness
Best Buy Online Masters
Ranked No. 22 globally
US News and World Report Ranking
The KSU WebMBA is ranked as one of the top-75 online MBA programs in America
Ranked as a top-100 online MBA
#36 in Best Online Master’s in Computer Information Technology Programs
#66 in Best Online Master’s in Engineering Programs
#74 in Best Online MBA Programs
#96 in Best Online Master’s in Education Programs
#125 in Best Online Master’s in Nursing Programs
#240 in Best Online Bachelor’s Programs
CEO Magazine Ranking
KSU’s WebMBA program is ranked #56 in CEO Magazine’s 2020 Global Online MBA Rankings
As of fall 2020, the KSU WebMBA has over 180 students.
The average entering student has a 3.22 undergraduate GPA and ten years of professional experience. Approximately 40% of the incoming class identify as belonging to one or more racial minority groups and 54% identify as female.
Scholarships and Financial Aid
Student must be fully accepted in order to qualify for any financial aid.
Students must be in a degree seeking program to qualify for financial aid.
Non-degree programs, such as certificate programs or teacher certification add-on programs, may not qualify for financial aid according to federal guidelines.