MBA Webster University Geneva

Our Focus: Value Creation

MBA Webster University Geneva

Through the knowledge of organizational purpose and its successful strategic application, the MBA at Webster University Geneva teaches students the business competencies needed to develop and implement value creating ideas and solutions while building the personal skills necessary to achieve their professional aspirations.

More About Our MBA

The MBA is a 12-course sequence, delivered by a combination of research professors and practitioners who are at the forefront of their field in areas ranging from organizational behavior and behavioral finance to strategic management and leadership.

Students can choose to attend with one of two options: Live Virtual (Off-campus) or Face to Face (On-Campus)

The innovative curriculum delivery methods combine online learning weekly through WorldClassroom (Canvas) with three-hour live application and discussion sessions, either face-to-face or virtually for 8 week terms. Class times are adapted to the cohort of students who are currently enrolled. Common options include two weekday evenings from 6pm or Saturdays from 11am with special events/networking also built into the terms. Please contact admissions to discuss your preferences.

Webster offers five such terms per year (Fall 1 and Fall 2, Spring 1 and Spring 2 and one 8-week Summer term).

This allows busy professionals to attend, and for those who may be seeking employment or internships to keep an open daytime schedule.

Academic Performance & Need Based Scholarships are available. More details can be found on our Graduate Admissions Pages.

Webster University carries both American accreditation as a university (institution-wide), as well as a specific ACBSP accreditation for our business programs, which ensures the long-term recognition of your degree around the globe (see also our accreditations page).

The following are required courses in the MBA Degree:

Foundation courses (4)

• Business 5000 *
• Value Creation
• Quantitative Methods for the MBA
• Marketing Analysis and Business Planning

Value Creation (CORE) Components (5)

• Adding Value through Human Capital
• The Financial Value of Capital Projects
• Providing Value to Customers
• The Supply Chain and Business Processes
• Information Support for Decision Making

Value Creation in Practice (2):

• Cases in Value Creation
• Walker Consulting Project

Elective(s):

The program includes a minmum of one course elective.  See Electives & Options, below.

* Waivers for this course may be granted for those who have AACSCB-accredited bachelor degrees (students will choose an alternate/elective course in such a case).

Students with a non-accredited business degree may request to take a waiver exam for ‘Business 5000’ (if successful, the student would replace hours with an elective).

All students pursue a minimum of one elective.  Those who were granted waivers may use their elective hours to for a variety of electives, including:

•The Leadership Edge

• Academic Internships

• Elective courses in Business and Management Special Issues tailored to Geneva such as Sustainability, or from other graduate degrees. You may also consider pursuing an emphasis or second sequential masters (reduced credit hours).

Requirements for an area of emphasis in Finance in the MBA program include the MBA required coursework plus additional course requirements (as identified in the University catalog at the time of enrollment).


Webster MBA graduates have been employed by companies & organizations including:

UBS
Credit Suisse
PwC
Nestle
Thompson Reuters

Medtronic
ST Microelectronics
Cargill International
Caterpillar
Logitech Europe

Orange 
WHO
Richemont 
Julius Baer & Co
Deutsche Bank

Ellissa Koch
Alumni Success - ELLISSA KOCH

“I wasn’t a typical business student applicant on paper.”

Ellissa Koch
I have a BA in Rhetoric and had never taken a finance class, but they looked at my practical experience in addition to my schooling and had the faith in me to let me prove myself. Studying in Geneva opened my eyes to looking at problems from a bigger perspective. Having classmates from around the world was truly beneficial because it blended so many different cultures and personalities, and forced you to learn how to work together. My internship at Crescendo Capital helped me to apply the knowledge I had learned in a practical setting and focus on discovering where my skills could be best used, and developing my plans for the future What I will remember most about Webster is learning how to push myself outside of my comfort zone, and helping bring others with me. I studied hard and developed a group of friends that I could bounce around ideas, or study with, or just talk about everyday life.

Request More Information

Loading...