La Verne Online offers adult learners the opportunity to earn a degree in a convenient and flexible environment.
Avg. GMAT score: 500
All coursework is conducted according to a schedule, but lectures, coursework and discussion board postings take place at the students’ convenience from home, work, or anywhere with Internet access.
The majority of faculty for the online MBA is the same full-time faculty that support the on-campus program. Students get the same high-quality instruction and course content that the University of La Verne has been providing to adult students.
A modern personal computer, high-speed Internet access, a working knowledge of Internet navigation, e-mail usage, discussion postings and chat room participation are necessary for success in the online learning environment. Technical/instructional assistance is available for further clarification in these areas.
The Career MBA provides a strong foundation in the main areas of business administration, as well as a broad exposure to contemporary management skills. Emphasis is on the development of competencies necessary to manage in a critical, rational and effective manner within today’s complex global environment.
Students who possess the prerequisite business knowledge may complete the program with a total of 36 units (or 12 courses).
U.S. News Report and Ranking
Ranked Number 185 in Best Online MBA Program.
Overall Score 53/100
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A bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited college or university. (Doctoral programs may also require a master’s degree.) Students whose degrees were completed at foreign universities must submit notarized translations into English where appropriate. Such students may be required to have their degrees evaluated by a La Verne-approved evaluation service to determine equivalency to a bachelor’s degree from the United States. There is a fee for this service.
A preferred GPA of 2.5 or above for the last 60 semester hours of undergraduate study, and a GPA of 3.0 for any graduate work.
Letters of recommendation attesting to academic/professional competency.
Demonstrated ability to write at an acceptable level for graduate study.
Some programs prefer a higher GPA, the submission of standardized test scores, and other documentation to be eligible for admission.