Wesleyan is proud to announce the launch of a Master of Science in Nonprofit Management, Master of Science in Healthcare Administration, and a revamped MBA program in March 2021. You can earn your master’s in as fast as 14 months. After listening to the needs of the community, studying the industries, and receiving feedback from former students, we created programs designed to take you further in your professional career.
Men and women who join our business graduate programs; healthcare administration, nonprofit management, and MBA in the March term will receive 15% off their 2021 tuition. That means if you join in March, you can save on your classes until the end of the year.
Students in our business programs share the same core classes and have the chance to learn from their fellow classmates from diverse industries and backgrounds. While completing specialized courses, students hone their skills through detailed, individualized instruction with professors.
For students who prefer to be in the classroom instead of online, our core classes meet seven Saturdays over an eight-week term. You can log into the class from home using our OWL technology allowing you to interact as though you are in the room. For students interested in flexible online classes, our programs are designed with you in mind. We keep our class sizes small, our instructors are top in their field, and they provide consistent feedback throughout the programs.
We offer three entry points annually; January, March, and October. We understand that sometimes life happens. If you start a program and are unable to continue, you have the option to sit out if necessary and come back to complete your degree when you are ready.
Wesleyan’s business curriculum includes Lean Six Sigma, one the most popular management methodologies. Upon degree completion and passing the Lean Six Sigma Green Belt exam, our graduates will have both a master’s degree and Lean Six Sigma certification for their resume.
We offer rolling admissions and the application fee is currently waived. In lieu of the GMAT you can submit a professional or academic writing sample. The application process consists of an application, two letters of recommendation, official undergraduate transcripts, resume or CV, and GMAT or writing sample. When we have received these documents, we will schedule an admissions interview with the program director. A member of the graduate admissions team will walk you through each step. You aren’t in this alone!
Are you ready to join the Wesleyan community? What’s holding you back from taking the next step? Reach out today to discuss how we can assist in getting you closer to your educational goal.