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Professional Master of Business Administration (PMBA)

The Professional Master of Business Administration program provides an internationally recognized management education to current business professionals who aspire to advance in their careers in 23 months of part-time study.

Each cohort of 25-30 experienced professionals work together as a team to maximize each individual's personal and professional development. Classes are composed of only working professionals. Small class sizes facilitate interaction with faculty and among the group and promote valuable networking opportunities.

The BGSU College of Business Administration is one of only 178 programs in the world whose business and accounting programs are accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business International, AACSB, the pinnacle of accreditation in business education.

The curriculum is designed to provide students a solid foundation in business theories and principles. It develops the skills that managers need to analyze business decisions and lead organizations. Classes are interactive and students learn from the experiences their classmates bring from their own organizations.

Courses for the Professional MBA program are available at BGSU’s Perrysburg and Findlay campuses. Classes meet twice a week for three hours at a time from 6pm to 9pm.

Candidates should have a minimum of three years of professional work experience, above average GMAT test scores, and a strong previous academic record. Undergraduate degrees in all majors are accepted.

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The College of Business Administration supports students to reach their fullest potential through learning, discovery, and service. BGSU’s MBA programs have been identified on The Princeton Review’s list of “Best Business Schools” for the last nine consecutive years, and Business Week ranks it as one of the top 20 colleges of business in the United States. The BGSU College of Business has also been recognized for its quality in US News and World Report and Military Times.

Contact:

David Chatfield
dchatfi@bgsu.edu
(419) 372-2488 (Office)