Consult with your academic advisor for:

  • program planning
  • a review of your academic progress
  • advice on concentrations and elective course selection
  • access to free tutoring, if you’re concerned about your academic performance

Degree requirements

Requirements vary by year of matriculation. Curricula and course options are subject to change.

Full-time MBA
MBA 2020 Curriculum | MBA 2021 Accelerated Degree Curriculum |
MBA 2021 Standard Degree Curriculum | MBA 2021 Extended Degree Curriculum | 
Platforms |
Professional MBA
Degree Requirements:
Concentrations: Healthcare | Supply Chain Management & Consulting | Marketing | General Management | Corporate Finance & Investments | Accounting | Commercial Entrepreneurship
Specialized Masters
Master of Accounting: 2019-20  Audit Sheet: 2019-20  2020-21
MS Business Analytics:
MSAA 2019-20 2020-21
MSCA 2019-20 2020-21
MSFTA 2019-20 2020-21
MSHA 2019-20 2020-21
MSSCA 2019-20 2020-21
MSTA 2020-21
MS Finance:
CorpFin 2019-20 2020-21
Quant 2019-20 2020-21
WAM 2019-20 2020-21
Global Master of Finance
MS Supply Chain Management: 2019-20 2020-21

Ask your advisor for details on dual degree options.

Exchange Programs

Olin partners with MBA programs around the world. During a semester abroad (typically during your second year) you take courses in finance, economics or business and gain perspective about another culture.  See below for links and more info.

Missed the Exchange Info Sessions?

Applications Due Thursday, February 28th 

If you’re interested in learning more about exchange programs, please see below or contact Hayley Huffman at hayley.huffman@wustl.edu.

Partner UniversitySchool Website and Fact Sheet
Chinese University of Hong Kong Graduate Schoolhttps://www.gs.cuhk.edu.hk/ 
CUHK Fact Sheet (pdf)
Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST)www.bm.ust.hkHKUST Fact Sheet 
HKUST Elective Sheet
Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad (IIMA)http://www.iimahd.ernet.in/

IIMA Fact Sheet (pdf) 
Indian Institute of Management Calcutta (IIMC)http://www.iimcal.ac.in/IIMC Fact Sheet (pdf)
Manchester Business Schoolwww.mbs.ac.uk
Manchester Business School Fact Sheet (pdf)
Summer Program Fact Sheet (pdf)
Otto Beisheim Graduate School of Managementwww.whu.edu
WHU Fact Sheet (pdf)
WHU Summer Fact Sheet (pdf)
S. P. Jain Institute of Management & Researchwww.spjimr.org
SP Jain Fact Sheet  (pdf) 
University of Paris- Dauphinewww.dauphine.fr/
Summer Paris Fact Sheet (pdf)
Yonsei University School of Businesshttp://mbasummer.yonsei.ac.kr
Yonsei MBA Summer School Fact Sheet

 Fact sheets are updated annually.  Information is subject to change.

Career Platforms

Platforms are designed to help MBA students align their coursework, career search and co-curricular activities in an effort to derive maximum value from their time at Olin. To complete a Platform, students must:
         1. receive a passing grade in the corresponding Platform Industry Seminar,
         2. complete all required “Foundation” courses listed on the corresponding Platform Guide, and
         3. complete at least one of the concentrations listed on the corresponding Platform Guide.
If these requirements are met, the Platform will be listed on the student’s WUSTL transcript.


Platform Requirements and Concentrations
Each of the platforms has several concentrations that allow you to laser focus on a career path.  Click below to read more:

Consulting | Corporate Finance and Investements  | 
Entrepreneurship  | Marketing |

Operations and Supply Chain Management 


Enrolling in a Career Platform:

  • Just prior to the course registration period for Spring Semester Year 1 (in November), students are asked to indicate to which Platform they intend to commit. The corresponding Industry Seminar course is then added to each student’s Fall Year 1 registration and a passing grade is entered for those who completed Industry Seminar’s requirements. If necessary, course registration priority is given for Platform courses. Students are responsible for registering themselves for all courses – both Platform and non-Platform – via Webstac. 
  • Just prior to the course registration period for Fall Semester Year 2 (in April), students are asked to officially declare the Platform to which they are committing (in some cases, this may be a change from the prior indication.) Taking this step represents a formal commitment to the platform and anticipated completion of its requirements.
  • In almost all cases, students commit to just one Platform. However, on very rare occasions, it may be appropriate for a student to complete two platforms. Students pursuing this exception to normal policy must complete a petition (found below) and have it signed/approved by both Platform Directors. The student is responsible for submitting the approved petition form to the MBA Office.

Petition to withdraw from a Career Platform:

  • Declaring a Career Platform represents a commitment to fulfill all of its requirements, and confers the right to receive, if needed, priority access to platform specific courses and experiential learning opportunities. It also invokes an obligation to complete it. Completion of the MBA graduation requirements, therefore, includes completing all the requirements of a student’s declared Career Platform. If a student decides to withdraw from a Platform, he/she must submit a formal request to withdraw to the Platform Director, clearly explaining the reasons for requesting the withdawal. Withdrawal requests are not automatically approved. 
  • If the request is granted, the student must notify the MBA office to have the Platform officially removed from the student’s transcript.