Top Part-time MBA Programs in Washington

By | April 20, 2019

We have found 7 business schools in Washington 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 Washington MBA universities.

  • ASK4BEAUTY: Brief history and politics of state Washington. Also covers latest population and geographical information of Washington.

List of Top MBA Schools in Washington

Rank MBA Schools
1 University of Washington (Foster)
Acceptance rate: 0.59
Part-time Enrollment: 292
Average GMAT score: 631
Location: Seattle, WA
2 Seattle University (Albers)
Acceptance rate: 0.72
Part-time Enrollment: 717
Average GMAT score: 571
Location: Seattle, WA
3 Gonzaga University
Acceptance rate: 0.659
Part-time Enrollment: 264
Average GMAT score: 555
Location: Spokane, WA
4 Seattle Pacific University
Acceptance rate: 0.857
Part-time Enrollment: 106
Average GMAT score: 512
Location: Seattle, WA
5 Pacific Lutheran University
Acceptance rate: 0.479
Part-time Enrollment: 67
Average GMAT score: 520
Location: Tacoma, WA
6 Eastern Washington University
Acceptance rate: 0.89
Part-time Enrollment: 115
Average GMAT score: 514
Location: Spokane, WA
7 Washington State University
Acceptance rate: N/A
Part-time Enrollment: 88
Average GMAT score: N/A
Location: Pullman, WA

Part-time MBA Programs in Washington

Washington Modern History

In the postwar years, Washington continued to develop successfully. An important event for the state was the holding in 1962 in Seattle of the World’s Fair “Exposition of the XXI century”. It was for this large-scale event, which attracted more than ten million tourists to the city in six months, that the construction of a monorail in Seattle and the Space Needle, which became the hallmark of the city, was timed.

In 1979, the founders of Microsoft chose Washington to host their headquarters, becoming the first in a long list of high-tech and innovative companies operating in the state.

In 1980, the volcano St. Helens, located in the Cascade Mountains, one hundred and fifty kilometers from Seattle, erupted in Washington. The eruption was accompanied by an earthquake measuring more than five points and powerful mudflows formed due to the melting of glaciers on the slopes of the mountain, a column of dust and smoke rose into the atmosphere for more than twenty-four kilometers, ash later fell on the territory of eleven US states. The height of the mountain decreased by about four hundred meters, while a crater more than one and a half kilometers wide was formed.

It was the largest eruption in the continental United States, killing fifty-seven people and causing property damage in the billions of dollars. The eruption of Mount St. Helens once again reminded that the mountains of Washington State are part of the “Pacific Ring of Fire”, one of the most seismically dangerous regions of our planet.