UVM's Master of Business Administration (MBA) program produces students who are well grounded in each functional area of business. Here, individuals develop the ability to practice the art of management while developing leadership skills. A rigorous program that evokes national accolades, the MBA program produces students well grounded in the functional areas of business, and poises graduates for high paying jobs. UVM's MBA program has been ranked among the nation's best for integrating social and environmental issues in the prestigious Aspen Institute's top 100 list.
Graduate MBA candidates develop knowledge to build on previous educational and professional experiences to address high-level organizational management issues. Students may finish the program in as little as one year. Learn more about the quality of the MBA Program.
Financing Your Education
Tuition and Fees: Visit Student Financial Services for the tuition and fees per semester.
Financial Assistance: Students interested in financial support should contact the Associate Dean for Graduate Programs as soon as possible but no later than May of the year they intend to enroll.
Graduate Assistantships: Graduate Assistantships are designed to recruit outstanding students to graduate study. Duties include grading, proctoring, and other tasks relevant to the teaching mission, data processing and literature reviews relevant to the scholarly mission of the school. A normal assistantship is a half-time position (20 hours/week). In return for contributing to program support, the individual is provided with tuition remission and a stipend.
Tuition Scholarships: This program is designed to help attract quality applicants from outside Vermont who are looking to attend Full-Time but prefer not to commit the time that a is required of Graduate Assistants. The scholarship of $10,000 per annum serves to make the tuition more affordable for a non-resident applicant.
For questions about the status of your application and deadlines, please contact:
The Graduate College Admissions Office
The University of Vermont
330 Waterman Building
Burlington, Vermont 05405-0160
Telephone: (802) 656-2699
For specific questions about the program requirements or to schedule a visit, please contact:
332 Kalkin Hall
School of Business Administration
University of Vermont
Burlington, Vermont 05405
Telephone: (802) 656-4119
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