Leverage Your Leadership in a Business Career
As an officer in the military, your decisions — and the trust and competence of the people you led — had strategic, often vital, importance.
A degree from Washington University’s top-ranked Olin Business School extends your skills and equips you with in-depth knowledge of business functions for leadership in the corporate sector.
At WashU, you’ll find a valuable network of colleagues, faculty, and staff focused on helping you succeed – at school and in the job market.
Olin Business School is designated a 2016 Military Friendly® School by Victory Media. The list published at MilitaryFriendly.com provides service members and their families with transparent, data-driven ratings about post-military education and career opportunities.
|Program ||Format ||Average Duration ||Location(s)|
|Master of Business Administration ||Full-time ||2 years ||St. Louis|
|Executive MBA ||Weekends ||20 months ||St. Louis, Kansas City, and Denver|
|Professional MBA ||Part-time, evenings ||Less than 3 years ||St. Louis|
|Specialized Masters |
Accounting, Customer Analytics, Finance, and Supply Chain
|Full-time, with part-time option for finance and supply chain ||1 year ||St. Louis|
The Olin Veteran’s Association (OVA) is an extensive network of students and alumni with military backgrounds who offer candid insight and feedback. OVA and school administration help your family transition as well, with advice, resources, and events hosted for spouses and children.
Financial aid is available from a variety of sources and has no bearing on the admission decision.
SIB video Washington University is a full partner in the Yellow Ribbon Post-9/11 G.I. Bill benefit. If the US Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) determines you to be eligible for the Yellow Ribbon benefit, Washington University and the VA will cover 100% of your tuition. Most active-duty or retired military candidates are eligible for basic benefits through the VA, www.gibill.va.gov. In addition, Olin is proud to offer scholarship opportunities specifically reserved for students with military backgrounds.