Marriott School of Business - BYU
The BYU Marriott School of Management places ethical decision making at the center of their programs. Every single graduate student is required to take a course in management ethics. The MBA program offers students an immersed, team-oriented experience. Upon arrival, students are placed into small groups of five students based on academic background and previous work experience, in order to bring students together in a tight-knit, complementary fellowship.
Unique to the values of other business programs, the school believes that a supportive family life and steadfast faith-based roots are impertinent to business success. At many of the events on campus, the school invites and encourages families to partake. In order for students to network, build community, and advance in their leadership skills, the school offers over thirty-five clubs focusing on career, culture, and family.
In addition to the full-time MBA program, there is an executive MBA program, a MS and executive MS in Public Administration. As well as graduate degrees in Information Systems, Accounting, and Youth and Family Recreation.
- Full-Time Tuition: $29.024
- Post-Grad Employment Rate: 90%
- Human Resource Management
- International Business
- Manufacturing and Technology Management
- Management Information Systems
- Production/Operations Management
- Organizational Behavior
- Supply Chain Management Logistics
- Executive MBA