Washington State University is grateful for the service of our nation’s military men and women. We have a time-honored tradition of commitment to active­-duty military personnel and veterans. This commitment has earned us the distinction of being named a Military Friendly School for 2017 as well as the #15 ranking among "Best Online Graduate MBA Programs for Veterans" by U.S. News & World Report.

To best accommodate those who must balance their academic schedule with military responsibilities and family life, the online Executive MBA is delivered in a flexible, fully online format with no residency requirements. We are proud to provide armed services personnel with an opportunity to earn an advanced degree that is high­-quality, relevant, and accredited.

Our exceptional level of support includes dedicated staff members who provide assistance to veterans and active­-duty military personnel throughout the enrollment phase and during school. This support includes help navigating the Tuition Assistance or GI Bill program, accessing psychological and counseling services, career planning, and/or time management advice, and connecting with student veterans groups.

Washington State University is a participant in the Yellow Ribbon Program and accepts students who qualify for GI Bill and Post 9/11 GI Bill benefits. Additionally, WSU is a Service members Opportunity Colleges (SOC) member, and the Executive MBA online is listed in the Defense Activities for Non­Traditional Education Support (DANTES) catalog of accredited distance learning programs.

"WSU made it easier to balance my Air Force career and my studies. From the learning management system to the instructors' availability, I really felt like the entire program was geared to support our success."

David Cohen
Online EMBA, Class of 2013
Manager of Creative Costuming, The Walt Disney Company

US News

WSU is ranked #15 among the U.S. News & World Report "Best Online MBA Programs for Veterans" for 2017.

MF16

WSU is recognized as a Military Friendly School for 2017.

Military Times

The WSU Carson College of Business is recognized on Military Times’ list of “Best for Vets: Colleges 2017.”

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