The University of Arizona
Eller College of Management
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MBA Degree Programs
- Full-Time MBA
- Executive MBA
- Evening MBA
- Online MBA
The University of Arizona participates in Post-9/11 GI Bill and Yellow Ribbon Program.
There is an active Veterans Education and Transition Services program (VETS) at the University of Arizona. VETS incorporates academics, institutional access, student involvement and research not only to support the success of our enrolled student veterans, but to understand their experience more authentically to maintain a program that is effective and innovative.
Supportive Education for Returning Veterans (SERV) classes are offered, which is an academic and workforce success program for returning veterans. The program consists of three college-credit, general education courses that will help you convert your military training and experience into lifelong success skills. For more information on the SERV program please visit vets.arizona.edu/serv
For more information, contact:
Maralynn Bernstein, Veteran Services Coordinator VA School Certifying Official email@example.com // 520-626-4822 http://www.registrar.arizona.edu/vets/Post911GiBill.htm
Military scholarships are available.
Credit for Military Service
The University of Arizona Eller MBA is a GMAC/GMAT Military Friendly School.
Number of MBA Students with Military Backgrounds
In the past 5 years 58 Veterans have enrolled at the University of Arizona Eller MBA. 15 veterans have enrolled in the Full-Time MBA, 17 in the Executive MBA and 26 in the Evening MBA.
Recent Military Graduates
Nicholas Bajema – Full-Time Class of 2012
Military: Company Commander, US Army
Currently: IBM GBS Senior Strategy Consultant, Washington DC
Joshua Dow – Full-Time Class of 2014
Military: Captain, US Marine Corps
Currently: Eaton, Global Leadership Development Program, Cleveland OH
Benjamin Coronado – Evening MBA Class of 2013
Military: Brigade Intelligence Officer, US Army
Currently: Pfizer, District Business Manager, AZ
- Association for the Advancement of Collegiate Schools of Business
- North Central Association of Colleges and Schools
- American Assembly of Collegiate Schools of Business
- National Association of Schools of Public Affairs and Administration
- International Association for Management Education
- GMAT is required for all programs, not including Executive MBA.
- Must hold minimum of a bachelor’s degree with a 3.0 GPA.
- Look for 3 years of professional work experience since completing a bachelor’s degree for Full Time, Online and Evening programs.
- Look for 7 years of professional work experience for the Executive MBA.
Full-Time MBA resident $44,048; non-resident $74,874
Executive MBA $56,000
Evening MBA $45,000
Online MBA $45,000
Description of Learning Environment for Students
The Eller MBA Program is one of the smallest among leading MBA programs nationwide, averaging 60 students or less per class. With a diverse and committed group of 121 full-time faculty, our faculty to student ratio is 1:5, giving students a focused and supportive learning environment. Eller is highly regarded for its Management Information Systems Department and McGuire Center for Entrepreneurship. US News & World Report 2012 ranks our programs among the best in the nation with the MIS program ranked #5 and the Entrepreneurship program #11 among all graduate programs.
The Eller MBA experience is focused on innovation, application, and communication — a system that gives graduates what they need to effectively lead in today’s rapidly changing global marketplace.
The Eller College fosters a culture of innovation — not just because it is home to the top-ranked McGuire Center for Entrepreneurship — but because its faculty members are focused on game-changing research. The latest research can take up to ten years to appear in textbooks, but Eller faculty bring it to the classroom immediately.
That classroom knowledge comes to life for students through application — real-world, real-time projects that challenge assumptions and force you to become comfortable making good decisions based on strong analysis when there is no right answer. Field project consulting experiences, case competitions, internships, investment management, and global business trips are just a few examples of ways that Eller MBAs apply their coursework.
The Management Information Systems Department is ranked #2 and McGuire Center of Entrepreneurship are each ranked #3 for public institutions.
The Full-Time Eller MBA ranks #48 among graduate business schools overall.
The Evening MBA ranks #25 according to the U.S. News & World Report survey.