More than 1,750 students are enrolled in Olin Business School degree programs. Find the one that best fits your experience and career aspirations.
BS in Business Administration (BSBA) – a four-year undergraduate business program gives students the option to pursue second majors or degrees in programs ranging from engineering to fine arts.
Full-Time Master of Business Administration (MBA) – a two-year program in which an intensely personalized curriculum allows students to target areas of interest, develop career-specific skills and capitalize on hands-on learning opportunities.
Professional MBA (PMBA) – an evening program designed for working professionals that features a class cohort system in which students attend classes with the same individuals for their first four semesters.
Executive MBA (EMBA) – offered in St. Louis, Kansas City, Shanghai, and India, these 18- or 20-month weekend programs emphasize strategy, leadership, the design of effective organizations, and global competitive markets.
Master of Accounting (MACC) – the option of a 10- to 17-month graduate program prepares students for careers that require extensive accounting knowledge in both public and corporate settings.
Master of Science in Customer Analytics (MSCA) – the 10-month graduate program positions students to excel as big data moves to the forefront of the boardroom.
Global Master of Finance Dual Degree (GMFDD) – a 14-month, graduate-level, dual degree program, with courses completed at Singapore Management University and Washington University, including immersions in New York City and Washington D.C.
Master of Science in Finance (MS/Finance) – the option of a 10- or 17-month graduate program that prepares students for advanced entry-level career opportunities in financial services and corporate financial management.
Master of Science in Leadership – a series of courses designed to develop leaders for service as senior federal executives that combines the business acumen and knowledge of Olin Business School faculty with the Brookings Institution's research and policy expertise. Master of Science in Supply Chain Management (MS/SCM)
– the option of a 10- or 17-month graduate program equips students for challenging careers in logistics and global supply chain management.PhD in Business
– a doctoral program emphasizing economics, quantitative methodology and mentoring by faculty that prepares students for careers in scholarship and teaching.Doctor of Business Administration
– a doctoral degree designed for individuals with an interest in research who wish to pursue advanced careers in corporations, banks, government agencies and research-oriented consulting positions.