The Distance MBA program at Mississippi State University is military friendly. What does that mean for you?
Our Distance MBA does not require any on campus visits. This makes it easier for military members to continue their education while deployed or after changing stations.
We are a Servicemembers Opportunity College (SOCS) and follow the Institutional Operating Guidelines to facilitate graduate program admissions, enrollment, and degree completion by servicemembers.
We have a flexible transfer of credit policy. We can give up to six hours transfer credit for graduate level coursework from a recognized university provided they contribute to the current program of graduate study and were taken within the eight year time limit for the completion of the MBA degree.
Founded in 1878 as a land grant institution with a strong military tradition, Mississippi State University has maintained its reputation as one of the nation’s top universities for military connected students.
Mississippi State University strives to support military connected students through our many online student support services.
The G. V. “Sonny” Montgomery Center for America’s Veterans provides comprehensive support through educational benefits, transitional support and activities to promote learning, well-being and success. To learn more about Sonny and the campus's commitment to veterans, visit the university's veterans site.
The Center for America's Veterans provides counseling for students who are eligible for veteran's educational benefits. The office provides information on education benefits, helps students apply for the benefits they are eligible for, and acts as a liaison with the VA Education Office by reporting students’ enrollment to the Regional Processing Office for payment.
Students who wish to receive VA educational assistance for the first time should contact one of the Veteran Benefits Counselors:
- Obtain Tuition Assistance Authorization (TA) forms from your base Education Officer.
- Submit Tuition Assistance Forms to MSU’s Sponsored Student Office as close to the start date of class as possible. (Check the Academic Calendar for class start and end dates).
Email to Penny Benoist at email@example.com
Or Mail to:
Sponsored Student Programs
Attn: Penny Benoist
P.O. Box 5316
153 Garner Hall
Mississippi State, MS 39762
For questions concerning Federal Tuition Assistance or Degree Plan creations please contact Julie Kirk in the Center for America’s Veteran at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 662.325.9098.
Due to new policies implemented by each branch of the military regarding Tuition Assistance, you must contact your Education Services Officer for dollar limits, contact hour limits per year, as well as percent covered by Tuition Assistance. Student will be responsible for any late charges accrued; this includes late charges due to Tuition Assistance payment being received after the 30-day grace period.
For Military/Veteran’s assistance, please visit the Center for America's Veterans or call 662.325.6719 for required documentation and additional information.