Master of Business Administration (MBA)


The Master of Business Administration program at the University of Charleston is an innovative program for professionals from diverse backgrounds who want to advance their careers and broaden their education backgrounds.

The MBA curriculum relies on both theory and practical experience to give candidates insight into the intricacies of a constantly changing economic world. The core program is divided into eight 8-week modules. Our program provides flexible pathways for experienced professionals, those seeking to enhance their experience, and students pursuing their PharmD at UC.

Should You Take Part in the MBA Program?

Yes, if you are interested in receiving one of the best management education programs available, not only in West Virginia, but in the entire Ohio Valley. Our tuition is also very reasonable. Learn more about our Tuition & Fees.

Important Information for International Students

The MBA program is designed to accommodate international students on Fl Visas. Additional courses may be required depending on individual circumstance. Program DescriptionPlease contact the Program Director to discuss your particular situation.

MBA Program Description

The Master of Business Administration (MBA) is a sixteen-month program for those who hold a bachelor's degree.

Course Schedule and Faculty

The hybrid program is divided into eight 8-week modules, and participants meet once per week for approximately sixteen months. During this period, students meet with highly qualified UC professors, in addition to approximately 25 senior-level executives from business, education, banking, state and federal government, health care, marketing, finance, and entrepreneurial ventures.

Quick FactsInternational Practicum

Today's business is not conducted in a vacuum, and today's business leaders need a working knowledge of global business. During the International Business & Trade module, students participate in an international practicum lasting approximately ten days, during which they have opportunities to personally observe the business practices of a particular region of the world. Recent destinations have included China, Ireland, Panama, and Brazil.