Parenting at any age is challenging but the teen years are truly wrought with perils as stakes seem high and emotions on all sides run even higher. Every decision is heavily weighted with long-term ramifications that teenagers may seem too shortsighted to understand.
Marriott School of Management is far from your average business school. The MBA program is part of a distinctive community that fosters an atmosphere of advanced learning. A unique academic environment and top national rankings have allowed the program to attract some of the brightest students and faculty from across the nation and around the world.
At BYU, students gain an education from a school with a rich heritage that has existed since 1875. Many of the graduates from the MBA program, such as Kevin Rollins, Fraser Bullock, and David Checketts, have gone on to become influential leaders in business and their communities. Connected alumni, along with motivated students and supportive faculty and administration, make up the heart of the MBA program.
BYU's MBA program is nationally recognized as being one of the most family friendly programs offered. Married students and their families can take part in numerous activities structured to support both the students and their spouses.
Primary Area of Study
Primary Area of Study:
Business & Management, General
Secondary Area of Study
Secondary Area of Study:
Language of Instruction:
USD$5,475 per semester (LDS) / USD$10,950 per semester (Non-LDS)
Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university - GPA above 3.0 for last 60 credit hours
GMAT score - Average for admitted applicants: 670
Three professional letters of recommendation.
(For non-native English speaking applicants) TOEFL iBT score of 94 (minimum score of 22 in Speaking and minimum score of 21 in Listening, Reading, and Writing) or 240 (Computer-based) or 590 (Paper-based) or IELTS overall band score of 7.0 (minimum band score of 6.0 in each module).