Master of Business Administration

Collegiate Professor in the Master of Business Administration

Collegiate Professor in the Master of Business Administration

is at the heart of the Fisher MBA, thanks to strong, ongoing engagement with recognized business partners in Columbus and across the globe. Opportunities for cross-campus coursework and are almost unlimited, from public policy to health sciences to data analytics and beyond.

Collegiate Professor in the Master of Business Administration

Collegiate Professor in the Master of Business Administration

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Program Chair of the Master of Business Administration

No, Vanderbilt does not admit applicants seeking a second MBA degree or a similar graduate management degree, regardless of where the first was obtained. Exempt from this policy are graduate management degrees that were earned at a college or university outside the U.S. in order to satisfy the four-year U.S. bachelor's degree requirement. Also exempt are master's degrees that focus on a specific functional area of business (such as accounting, finance or management information systems) and do not offer a broad general management curriculum typical of the MBA degree.