The Washington State University Carson College of Business appreciates 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 2018, as well as the #8 ranking among “Best Online 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 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, accredited, and accessible from anywhere you can connect to the Internet.
Our exceptional level of support includes dedicated staff members who provide assistance to veterans and active-duty military personnel studying online throughout the enrollment phase and during school. This support includes help navigating tuition assistance or the 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 GI Bill and Post-9/11 GI Bill benefits, gladly guiding eligible students through the process from start to finish. Additionally, WSU is a Servicemembers Opportunity Colleges (SOC) member, and the online MBA is listed in the Defense Activities for Non-Traditional Education Support (DANTES) catalog of nationally accredited distance learning programs. Additionally, active military personnel and veterans are eligible for discounted tuition rates.
WSU is ranked #8 among the U.S. News & World Report “Best Online MBA Programs for Veterans” for 2018.
WSU is recognized as a Military Friendly School for 2018.
The WSU Carson College of Business is recognized on Military Times’ list of “Best for Vets: Colleges 2018.”