William Woods University’s master of business administration program continues to be a popular choice. Ingram’s, Kansas City’s business magazine, recently announced its top MBA programs in Missouri and Kansas. WWU was 12th in enrollment for fall 2007.
With an enrollment of 325 students, it finished ahead of such schools as the University of Kansas, Columbia College, University of Missouri-Columbia and Fontbonne University.
“The ranking is a testament to the extraordinary success of our program and I give full credit to the outstanding quality of our faculty, staff and student population,” Sean Siebert, vice president and dean of Graduate & Adult Studies enrollment services and dean of graduate business programs, said.
WWU’s MBA program offers specialties in agribusiness, accounting, health management and human resources. Programs are offered throughout the state for the convenience of students. More than 99 percent of students enrolled work full-time jobs.
Established in 1993 to meet the needs of working adults, WWU’s accelerated program takes 18-22 months to complete. The average age of its MBA students is 38. At $305 per credit hour, it remains one of the most affordable programs around, charging considerably less than most schools in the top 25.
Personal attention is something the William Woods MBA program strives for, with a student to faculty ratio of 10:1. Only six schools in the top 25 have a lower ratio.
For more information, consult the website www.williamwoods.edu/evening.