Year after year, the Fisher MBA program at Ohio State produces highly sought-after graduates who populate the ranks of some of the world’s best and most exciting companies. They are prepared to make an immediate positive difference for themselves, for their employers, for their communities, and for the world at large.
Our intentionally small program is designed to provide intimate learning experiences that maximize the potential of each individual as a part of a close-knit community. At Fisher, you are viewed not as a number, but as an accomplished individual with unique abilities ready to take on the challenge of maximizing your potential in our dynamic MBA learning experience.
Connect with Fisher
Whether you are in the beginning stages of your program search or you have already decided that Fisher’s MBA program is the right fit for you, we encourage you to connect with us.
Schedule a campus visit
We invite you to meet with an MBA Student Ambassador, visit a class, and take a tour of Fisher to gather additional information about our program. To schedule your visit, sign up online or call +1 (614) 292-8511.
One of the aspects of Fisher's MBA program that students most enjoy is our individualized approach. We love hearing from prospective students.
Call +1 (614) 292-8511 to get answers to your specific questions or to schedule an in-depth conversation with an admissions officer about your background, goals, and fit with Fisher.
You can also complete a short online form, and we will reach out to you to answer your questions and provide additional information.
We understand that it is not always possible to visit campus in person, so we have arranged online information sessions to help you learn more about us and decide whether our program is right for you. Sessions last approximately 45 minutes and include a 25 minute presentation covering the Fisher program and admission requirements followed by an opportunity for Q&A with the admission team.
Online Information Sessions
MBA Program Information Webinar - Thursday, October 24, 9 a.m. | Register now