Leadership. Dedication. Follow-through.
These are just some of the many qualities Veteran and Military status students bring to our MBA programs. Whether they are facilitating group work via their online courses, or devising a marketing strategy for a corporate sponsor, our veteran and military MBA candidates have the opportunity to use their own skillset gained through military experience, and learn additional skills through our highly-ranked AACSB-accredited MBA programs.
What MBA program is right for you?
Paul College offers several ways to get your MBA. We offer an accelerated, 10-month full-time program or a part-time program that includes options to take classes in the evenings on our Durham and Manchester campuses, entirely online, or in a hybrid format combining face-to-face and online classes. All our programs are taught by the same great faculty. Learn more about our MBA Programs to see what best fits your career goals.
UNH Military and Veteran Services
Military and Veterans Services is the primary resource within the university community for students using military benefits, and provides information about programs offered and opportunities such as the Student Armed Forces Association (SAFA). The office plays a central role on campus in raising awareness, educating the community and being vigilant about maintaining our status as a Military Friendly Institution.
Military and veteran students receive an application waiver when applying to our MBA program. For assistance with military benefits, check out the military benefits breakdown provided by UNH’s Military and Veteran Services.
FAQs: Military Students and the MBA
Starting an MBA can be overwhelming, especially if applicants have not been in school for several years. Read over our frequently asked questions regarding military and prospective student, enrolled candidates, and MBA graduates.
Applying for an MBA
“I think this program is a great fit for military veterans because it gives them so many different options. In the military you’re basically trained to do one thing. Here, you have a whole different variety of different classes. You can really focus in on the ones that you enjoy, anything that calls to you.”
“To grow in my military career, I felt I needed to strengthen my knowledge in the areas that an MBA focuses on –the softer skills of leadership that are not afforded by military rank, as well as the more technical skills you learn in classes focused on topics like information technology and decision sciences.”
Have questions about the MBA program? Reach out to our Graduate Programs Assistant today!