Whether you’re a veteran, transitioning, or active duty, a Purdue Executive MBA can help you reach your goals.
At Purdue University's Mitchell E. Daniels, Jr. School of Business, our Executive MBA program is designed to work for you. We know work-life balance is important and that’s why our programs offer a flexible structure. On average, about 15% of each executive education student cohort has a military background. Purdue University is well-known for its support of veterans and active-duty service members, ranked #8 by College Consensus in 2020 for best colleges for veterans.
You will complete most of your work online, at your convenience, from wherever you are. However, you’ll also benefit from face-to-face classes and networking during quarterly residencies lasting from 1 to 2 weeks each.Some quick facts:
Is your loved one a veteran or active duty military? Contact us about scholarship opportunities for military spouses!
"Purdue has always been an amazing place to me. Like a home away from home, that gives incredible education and is world-renowned, compared to all of the other MBA programs that I looked at. Another reason is the Veteran Support Office here, and the way Purdue cherishes veterans that seek to take giant leaps in their life after service."
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Post-9/11 GI Bill benefits can also be used for the following Daniels School of Business professional development (non-degree) programs:
Contact VA School Certifying Official Teresa Harris, in Purdue's Veterans Success Center, at firstname.lastname@example.org for details on using your GI Bill benefits.