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Old Dominion University offers its MBA students a unique “flexibility with a combination of on campus and online classes.” Students highly value this adaptability: “The program has met and exceeded all my expectations, and fits perfectly in with my work and personal family life.” ODU’s location in Norfolk, Virginia, long an American shipping and military hub as a major port, provides an especially valuable array of contacts and opportunities for returning veterans in the university’s “shipping program,” and ODU is also “accommodating to the requirements/needs of international students.” MBA students say “the staff at the University, everyone involved from the program office to the classroom, is committed to strengthening the program and supporting students.” Administrators “are very supportive and quick responders,” and professors tend equally to be “reachable and up-to-date with trends and fads,” as well as to have “strong research credentials.” “Professors at Old Dominion University try their best to help students excel not only in classroom, but also in the workplace.” “The Strome Entrepreneurial Center is amazing,” and ODU’s “reputation in the local community” is also strong. Students perceive their classmates as people who “take the MBA courses and grades very seriously.” “Affordability and convenience” rank among Old Dominion’s students’ highlights of their MBA experience: “The value is unparalleled. I get an excellent degree for a reasonable price.”

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Admissions Office Contact

Mr. Everett Judd
MBA Recruitment and Engagement Coordinator

MBA Program
1026 Constant Hall
Norfolk, VA 23529
United States





Applicants: 18
Acceptance Rate: 83%
Average Undergrad GPA 3.30
Years Work Experience: 4.85
Average Age: 27



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