Our 2020 ranking of the Top Online MBA Program in Wyoming. For an explanation of ranking criteria, click here.

Top Wyoming Online MBA Program - 2020 Rankings
1University of WyomingLaramie
1. University of Wyoming, Laramie, Wyoming
University of Wyoming

Founded in 1886, University of Wyoming (UW) is a nationally recognized land-grant research institution serving around 12,450 students enrolled in 80 undergraduate and more than 90 graduate academic programs through seven colleges and multiple interdisciplinary institutes and schools.

The College of Business at University of Wyoming offers an online MBA delivered through Online UW. This part-time program is “specifically designed for experienced business professionals interested in a fully AACSB-accredited, 100% online program that fits their busy schedules,” says the school. The program, which be completed in two years, is “intended for professionals that are interested in enhancing their understanding of business disciplines and applying them to decision-making in the workplace.”

This cohort-based, lock-step program consists of 30 credit hours of coursework and it begins each fall semester. Cohort-based means students will progress through the entire program with the same group of classmates. There are no campus requirements or live-streaming or proctored exams, and students have access to networking events both on and off campus.

Sample courses for the program include Business Research Methods, Decision Sciences for Managers, International Business Practice, New Ventures, Organizational Behavior & Human Resource Management, Strategic Management in Dynamic Environments, and The Global Business Environment.

Admission to the UW Online MBA Program is competitive, so “only top candidates will be considered.” Applications for admission are accepted on a rolling basis, until the cohort is filled or until the final deadline—whichever comes first. The final admission deadline is June 30th of the intended year of program entrance and for the Spring term, November 15th of the year prior to intended year of program entrance.