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MBA Program
Recognized as Largest in St. Louis Area

MBA Program
Recognized as Largest in St. Louis Area

In December 2017, Lindenwood University’s MBA program was recognized by the St. Louis Business Journal as the largest in the St. Louis area, based on 2017-18 enrollment in area schools’ MBA programs.

According to the Business Journal list, MBA enrollment stands at 714 students for 2017-18, with the next closest schools posting MBA enrollments of 702 and 698 for the same period. The listing also includes data on tuition, average class size, and the number of faculty. Lindenwood’s tuition rate was the second lowest among the 13 schools on the list and the lowest among the independent schools. The average class size (12) was the second smallest on the list.

Lindenwood’s MBA is available in a five-term format, a quarterly Accelerated Degree Programs format, and an online format. Students may finish in as little as a year in the five-term format or 18 months in the Accelerated Degree Programs format.

“This ranking is an excellent demonstration that the versatility, quality, and affordability of our MBA programs combine to make an outstanding option for students,” said Terry Whittum, vice president for enrollment management. “MBA students today are looking for every advantage they can get, and we invite them to contact us to learn more about what we have to offer.”

For information about Lindenwood University’s MBA in traditional and online formats, click here.

For information about Lindenwood University’s MBA in the School of Accelerated Degree Programs, click here.  

The following is the Largest MBA Programs ranking published Dec. 1, 2017, St. Louis Business Journal, including 2017-18 local MBA enrollment, as reported in the publication:

  1. Lindenwood University, 714
  2. Washington University in St. Louis, 702
  3. Webster University, 698
  4. University of Missouri—St. Louis, 329
  5. Maryville University, 309
  6. Saint Louis University, 172
  7. McKendree University, 147
  8. Missouri Baptist University, 114
  9. Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, 112
  10. University of Missouri—Columbia, 109
  11. Fontbonne University, 88
  12. Southeast Missouri State University, 74
  13. Southern Illinois University Carbondale, 27