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AACSB Logo Penn State Great Valley offers its AACSB accredited Master of Business Administration (MBA) program at the Berks campus near Reading, Pennsylvania.

Great Valley MBA courses are offered at the Berks campus in a blended format, with classes meeting one night a week from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m., either face-to-face or via live video conference. Additional course work is online.

This outstanding blended model gives professionals flexibility and convenience. Students spend more time learning and less time commuting.

Courses are offered in seven-week terms, rather than fourteen-week semesters, allowing students to concentrate on one course at a time, while still progressing through the program in less than three years.

Penn State Berks Campus

Penn State Great Valley has partnered with the Penn State Berks campus, because it provides the rich opportunities of a world-class university in a small and supportive college environment, close to where you work and live.

The campus includes 28 buildings on 258 acres. State-of-the-art information commons and library, cyber café, bookstore, and technology-enhanced classrooms provide students with superb facilities for learning. 

How to Apply for Admission

Professionals interested in applying to the Great Valley MBA program offered at Berks should submit an online graduate admission application and pay the application fee. Supporting credentials should be sent directly to the admissions office at Penn State Great Valley.

Please indicate in the “Notes” section of the online application that you would like to be considered for the program at the Berks campus.

For more information about the Great Valley MBA offered at Penn State Berks

For information about the program, information sessions are held periodically at the Penn State Berks campus. To learn when the next cohort of new MBA students will be admitted to begin their studies at the Berks campus, contact us at Penn State Great Valley (610-648-3248 or gvmba@psu.edu.)

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