We have found 9 business schools in Michigan that offer part-time MBA programs leading to an Master of Business Administration degree. Check the following list to see average GMAT score, acceptance rate and total enrollment for each of Michigan MBA universities.
- ASK4BEAUTY: Brief history and politics of state Michigan. Also covers latest population and geographical information of Michigan.
List of Top MBA Schools in Michigan
|1||University of Michigan–Ann Arbor (Ross)
Acceptance rate: 0.727
Part-time Enrollment: 434
Average GMAT score: 657
Location: Ann Arbor, MI
|2||University of Michigan–Dearborn
Acceptance rate: 0.531
Part-time Enrollment: 421
Average GMAT score: 597
Location: Dearborn, MI
|3||University of Michigan–Flint
Acceptance rate: 0.478
Part-time Enrollment: 193
Average GMAT score: 529
Location: Flint, MI
|4||Grand Valley State University (Seidman)
Acceptance rate: 0.861
Part-time Enrollment: 212
Average GMAT score: 567
Location: Grand Rapids, MI
|5||Wayne State University
Acceptance rate: 0.395
Part-time Enrollment: 785
Average GMAT score: 485
Location: Detroit, MI
|6||Western Michigan University (Haworth)
Acceptance rate: 0.615
Part-time Enrollment: 381
Average GMAT score: 519
Location: Kalamazoo, MI
|7||Eastern Michigan University
Acceptance rate: 0.479
Part-time Enrollment: 270
Average GMAT score: 521
Location: Ypsilanti, MI
|8||University of Detroit Mercy
Acceptance rate: N/A
Part-time Enrollment: 133
Average GMAT score: N/A
Location: Detroit, MI
|9||Michigan Technological University
Acceptance rate: 0.529
Part-time Enrollment: 19
Average GMAT score: 517
Location: Houghton, MI
Nature of Michigan
The state of Michigan is located in the Midwest of the United States and belongs to the northeast central states.
Michigan borders Canada to the north and east; the states of Minnesota, Wisconsin and Illinois in the west; Indiana and Ohio to the south.
The state of Michigan occupies about 254,000 km 2 (11th place in the USA), and about 40% of the state’s area falls on water bodies (of all US states, only Alaska has more water spaces). Michigan is the largest state east of the Mississippi.
Michigan, located on two peninsulas (Upper and Lower), is surrounded by the Great Lakes – Erie, Huron, Michigan and Upper.
The Michigan Peninsulas are separated by the Mackinac Canal. The width of the channel connecting Lakes Huron and Michigan, at its narrowest point, is about eight kilometers.
The area of the Upper Peninsula is almost 43,000 km 2, which is about a third of the land area of Michigan. The eastern part of the Upper Peninsula is lowlands, often swampy. In the west, there are several low (up to 600 meters above sea level) hills and plateaus, part of the Laurentian Upland.
There are about 4,300 inland lakes on the Upper Peninsula, the area of the largest of them, Lake Gojbik, is 54 km2.
More than a third of the Upper Peninsula is covered with dense forests, the fauna of which is extremely diverse. Bears, moose, deer, wolves, foxes, otters, martens, lynxes, coyotes, hares, chipmunks, squirrels, raccoons, hawks, gulls, tits, robins, woodpeckers, bald eagles, snakes, turtles, salamanders and many other animals live here, birds and reptiles.
The rivers and lakes of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula are rich in fish, including walleye, trout, salmon, and other species.
The lower peninsula of Michigan is sometimes referred to as the mitten because of its distinctive shape. The Lower Peninsula is characterized by a flat relief with low hills.
As well as on the Upper Peninsula, there are many (more than six thousand) lakes. Rivers in Michigan are few and small.