Virginia

MBA in Virginia

For those looking to do an MBA in Virginia, many options are available. There are business schools all over the state that offer accredited-high quality MBA programs, in full- and part-time options. And an increasing number of business schools in Virginia are offering Online MBA programs, as well as hybrid options, which combine the convenience of online with in-class sessions.

Indeed, Virginia hosts a number of business schools, from those in Roanoke and Blacksburg, to the state Capital...

For those looking to do an MBA in Virginia, many options are available. There are business schools all over the state that offer accredited-high quality MBA programs, in full- and part-time options. And an increasing number of business schools in Virginia are offering Online MBA programs, as well as hybrid options, which combine the convenience of online with in-class sessions.

Indeed, Virginia hosts a number of business schools, from those in Roanoke and Blacksburg, to the state Capital Richmond, to those in the Washington, DC metro area.

Those who study for an MBA in Virginia will have access to the state’s natural beauty, from the Atlantic coastline to the Appalachian Mountains. As such, many outdoor activities and events will serve as welcome distractions from studies.

Many of the business schools in Virginia—whose nickname is 'Old Dominion'—are accredited by one or more of the three main MBA accreditation organizations: AACSB, EQUIS, and AMBA. These accreditations are a signal of quality, meaning that you will be assured of a top-notch education. Furthermore, some MBA of the state's MBA programs are also ranked, in publications such as the Financial Times, Bloomberg Businessweek, or the Economist. A program that is ranked often has better career outcomes than unranked programs.

On that note, those who complete an MBA in Virginia have many options when it comes to careers. The state hosts a number of strong industries, including agriculture, government and defense (given the state’s proximity to the Washington, DC metro area), and technology, among others. Management-level jobs can often be found in these and other industries throughout the state. Those students who are coming from outside of the US may need to apply for a post-study work visa if they are interested in working in Virginia after an MBA.

See below for a complete list of MBA programs in Virginia. 

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For those looking to do an MBA in Virginia, many options are available. There are business schools all over the state that offer accredited-high quality MBA programs, in full- and part-time options. And an increasing number of business schools in Virginia are offering Online MBA programs, as well as hybrid options, which combine the convenience of online with in-class sessions.

Indeed, Virginia hosts a number of business schools, from those in Roanoke and Blacksburg, to the state Capital...

For those looking to do an MBA in Virginia, many options are available. There are business schools all over the state that offer accredited-high quality MBA programs, in full- and part-time options. And an increasing number of business schools in Virginia are offering Online MBA programs, as well as hybrid options, which combine the convenience of online with in-class sessions.

Indeed, Virginia hosts a number of business schools, from those in Roanoke and Blacksburg, to the state Capital Richmond, to those in the Washington, DC metro area.

Those who study for an MBA in Virginia will have access to the state’s natural beauty, from the Atlantic coastline to the Appalachian Mountains. As such, many outdoor activities and events will serve as welcome distractions from studies.

Many of the business schools in Virginia—whose nickname is 'Old Dominion'—are accredited by one or more of the three main MBA accreditation organizations: AACSB, EQUIS, and AMBA. These accreditations are a signal of quality, meaning that you will be assured of a top-notch education. Furthermore, some MBA of the state's MBA programs are also ranked, in publications such as the Financial Times, Bloomberg Businessweek, or the Economist. A program that is ranked often has better career outcomes than unranked programs.

On that note, those who complete an MBA in Virginia have many options when it comes to careers. The state hosts a number of strong industries, including agriculture, government and defense (given the state’s proximity to the Washington, DC metro area), and technology, among others. Management-level jobs can often be found in these and other industries throughout the state. Those students who are coming from outside of the US may need to apply for a post-study work visa if they are interested in working in Virginia after an MBA.

See below for a complete list of MBA programs in Virginia. 

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All MBA Programs in Virginia

With AACSB, AMBA and/or EQUIS accredition only
Ranked by FT, BusinessWeek and/or Economist
 
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Charlottesville, Virginia 26 Followers 60 Discussions

Full-Time: MBA more…

Executive MBA: MBA for Executives, Global MBA for Executives more…

Dual Degree: MBA / JD, MBA / MD, MBA / MPH (Master of Public Health), MBA / MPP (Master of Public Policy), MBA / MA in East Asian Studies more…

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Williamsburg, Virginia 8 Followers 32 Discussions

Full-Time: MBA more…

Part-Time: Flex MBA more…

Executive MBA: Executive MBA more…

Distance Learning: Online MBA more…

Dual Degree: MBA / JD, MBA / Master of Public Policy, MBA / Master of Accounting (MAcc), MD / MBA, MBA / M.Ed. more…

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Richmond, Virginia 5 Followers 2 Discussions

Full-Time: MBA more…

Part-Time: MBA more…

Executive MBA: Executive MBA more…

Distance Learning: Online MBA more…

Dual Degree: MBA / MS with Christ University, MBA / MS Information Systems, MBA / PharmD, MBA / MEd in Sport Leadership more…

4
Harrisonburg, Virginia 1 Follower 5 Discussions

Part-Time: Executive Leadership MBA, Information Security MBA, Innovation MBA (iMBA) more…

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Fairfax, Virginia 12 Followers 7 Discussions

Part-Time: MBA more…

Executive MBA: National Security EMBA, Global EMBA, Critical Infrastructure EMBA more…

Dual Degree: JD / MBA more…

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Blacksburg, Virginia 8 Followers 16 Discussions

Part-Time: Professional MBA, Evening MBA more…

Executive MBA: Executive MBA more…

Dual Degree: Evening MBA / Master of Information Technology (MIT) more…

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Fairfax, Virginia 7 Followers 2 Discussions

Full-Time: MBA more…

Part-Time: MBA more…

Distance Learning: Online MBA more…

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Arlington, Virginia 4 Followers 0 Discussions

Full-Time: MBA more…

Dual Degree: MBA / MA in Human Resource Management, MBA / MS in Information Technology, MBA / MS in Health Care Management, MBA / MS in Leadership and Ma... more…

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Falls Church, Virginia 3 Followers 1 Discussion

Full-Time: MBA, International MBA more…

Distance Learning: Online MBA more…

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Norfolk, Virginia 3 Followers 0 Discussions

Full-Time: MBA more…

Distance Learning: Online MBA more…

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Winchester, Virginia 3 Followers 1 Discussion

Full-Time: MBA more…

Dual Degree: MBA / PharmD more…

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Farmville, Virginia 0 Followers 1 Discussion

Full-Time: MBA more…

Dual Degree: MBA / BA more…

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