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Ohio State University’s Fisher College of Business

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School Data

Annual Tuition: $31,139

Annual Tuition Non-Resident: $51,587

Acceptance Rate: 37%%

Full-Time Enrollment: 183

Average GPA: 3.47

Median GMAT: 680

International: 25%

Minority: 9%

Female: 32%

Male: 68%

Average Age: 28

Application Deadlines: Round 4: May 10, 2020 - Final Round: May 31, 2020 | *UPDATE* Due to COVID-19, domestic students now have until August 1, 2020, to submit an application and complete all required materials. After the final deadlines, the school will move to rolling admissions to support late applicants.

The Fisher College of Business MBA: What You Need To Know

Ranked 33rd overall in the U.S. and 14th among public universities in 2021 by U.S. News and World Report, The Ohio State University Max M. Fisher College of Business offers a top-ranked MBA with a focus on coaching, personalization, and experiential learning for students. 

“I think one of the best things about our MBA program is that you get the best of both worlds,” says Chris Adams, Ohio State communications and marketing senior analyst. “It is a tight-knit small program, supported by one of the largest universities in the country. The personalized attention to each student’s career goals through on-site career management such as coaching, professional development, assessments, etc is something we’re also extremely proud of. Ohio State has deep connections to Columbus, the 14th largest city, and serves as yet another reason we develop so many promising business leaders.

“It’s a culture and proud alumni network like no other.”

Founded in 1933, the Fisher College offers a two-year, full-time MBA with cohorts of around 65 students. To apply, students can expect to submit GMAT/GRE scores, a personal statement, and a pre-recorded video interview among other materials. 

The degree is composed of 60 credit hours of personalized and flexible courses, designed to be immersive and impactful. Year one consists primarily of core courses, and year two is primarily electives, where students have the opportunity to choose different pathways. Examples of pathways include Consulting & Project Management, Leadership, and Social Impact. Students also have the option to pursue the STEM MBA, which offers more career opportunities and technical skill development. 

Students are invited to participate in experiential learning opportunities such as the Business Lab Project, where they learn to lead real-world projects within an organization, the Social Impact Challenge, Max Problem Solving, Global Business Expeditions and Global Applied Projects, where students work abroad in teams to apply, integrate, and focus skills that address an organization’s global business challenge or opportunity.

 

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Location:
2108 Neil Avenue
Columbus, OH 43210
Admissions Office:
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FROM FISHER:

Recognized as among the top business schools in the U.S., The Ohio State University Fisher College of Business provides MBA students with an environment that blends diversity of thought and experience for a collaboratively competitive education.

Hands-on experiential learning and a curriculum led by faculty thought leaders prepares Fisher MBA students for fulfilling and successful careers. Each year, more than 90 percent of Fisher’s full-time MBA graduates secure jobs within three months of graduation and do so with an average starting salary of more than $100,000.

MBA students at Fisher have access to internationally recognized faculty whose experience in leadership and academia inspire in the classroom, and whose dedication to research creates significant impacts in business and industries around the world. Fisher provides students with countless global work opportunities and robust leadership development offerings designed to bring learning to life and to equip students to lead.

Fisher’s collaborative educational environment offers students a team setting in which to hone critical business skills. Core teams of four or five MBA students partner together during their first year at Fisher for core classes that utilize a variety of learning tools, including case studies, team presentations and group projects. Completely customizable majors and dual degree programs offer MBA students the ability to tailor an education unique to their experiences and career aspirations.

Fisher provides MBA students with a dedicated Office of Career Management, matching them with career consultants for individualized guidance based on shared knowledge and business expertise. Consultants work with students on crafting compelling and...

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