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152 Part time MBA Programs

See also: Executive MBA, Full time MBA, Online MBA, Flex MBA, Accelerated MBA, Evening MBA, and Weekend MBA.

See also: Executive MBA, Full time MBA, and Online MBA.

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Part-Time MBA

Logo Michael F. Price College of Business

The University of Oklahoma Professional MBA is designed for working professionals, and is the only area program accredited by AACSB Interna…

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Fully Employed MBA

Logo Graziadio School of Business and Management

Part-time program with evening or Saturday schedule options for working professionals.IMPORTANT DATES Application DeadlineAccepting applica…

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Professional MBA

Logo University of Missouri – St. Louis College of Business Administration

The value of the Professional MBA 2.0TM program stems from two sources: the convenience of the online delivery system and course format and…

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Professional MBA

Logo Denver's Business School

The Professional MBA program is the most popular choice of the MBA programs at the Business School. Flexible schedules cater to working pro…

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Professional MBA Downtown

Logo Florida International University College of Business

This concentrated, accelerated, part-time, Professional MBA offered by the top-ranked Chapman Graduate School of Business attracts successf…

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Professional MBA

Logo North Carolina State University Poole College of Management

NC State's MBA Program has a strong commitment to providing exceptional management education to working professionals. We offer an AACSB In…

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Master of Public Health / MBA

Logo Rutgers Business School-Newark and New Brunswick

Master of Public Health / MBA The MPH/MBA degree program is offered by the UMDNJ - School of Public Health and Rutgers Business Graduate Pr…

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On-Campus MBA

Logo University of Nebraska–Lincoln College of Business

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln MBA program equips future business leaders with the qualitative and quantitative skills required to succeed in the business world of today and tomorrow. The program emphasizes problem solving, te…

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Part-Time MBA

Logo Marshall School of Business

The Marshall MBA Program for Professionals and Managers (MBA.PM) is our part time MBA program for students who wish to remain fully employe…

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Traditional MBA

Logo Rawls College of Business

A 48-hour MBA with full-time and part-time options Fully accredited 48-hour MBA with courses offered during the day and evenings Can be com…

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Evening MBA Program

Logo McCombs School of Business

Ranked in the top ten part-time MBA programs by U.S. News & World Report (2012), the Texas Evening MBA program is designed for rising manag…

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Executive MBA

Logo Columbia Business School

Overview Columbia Business School’s Executive MBA (EMBA) Program gives professionals with real-world experience the skills they need to ach…

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Full-Time MBA

Logo Fisher College of Business

Great Education. Great Careers. Year after year, the Fisher MBA program at Ohio State produces highly sought-after graduateswho populate th…

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Professional's MBA

Logo Sellinger School of Business and Management Loyola University Maryland

Our most popular and largest program, the Professional's MBA was designed for dedicated professionals from a variety of industries who come…

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Full-time MBA Program

Logo Babcock Graduate School of Management

The Wake Forest Full-time MBA program will immerse you in a hands-on environment. We believe in learning by doing. You will learn and pract…

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Part-Time MBA

The Parttime Master of Business Administration gets you a part-time master's degree in business administration. It is quite similar to the executive MBA program. The difference is that the part-time program is more tailored to the early working professional, while the executive MBA is tailored to the working professionals that have a minimum of 10 years of working experience and are already in a high management position. Courses in the MBA programs are designed to introduce students to different fields of business. They arrange from finance, human resources, marketing, accounting to operations management and further.

Advantages:

Career acceleration

A part-time program can help you accelerate the job you already enjoy. It is good way to accelerate your career progression.

Maintain family responsibilities

A part-time program is your best choice if your family responsibilities make it impractical to drop out of the job market for two years to go full-time.

Less expensive

You continue to make a salary while you are in school. This makes a Part-Time MBA much less expensive than a Full-Time one. The biggest cost of a full-time MBA is not the tuition—it’s the salary you give up for the two years you are in school. This reduces the cost drastically

No need to relocate

You avoid the costs of relocating somewhere, because most Part-Time students choose a local business school instead of an international one.

Disadvantages:

Sacrifice and Stress

Carrying courses aside of a full-time job requires great management skills and sacrifices from you and your family.

No summer internship

If you want to do an MBA because you want to change fields, a Part-Time MBA has a disadvantage because it often doesn't offer a summer internship to try the new field with a prospective employer on a limited commitment basis.

Less academic involvement

Part-timers won't be immersed totally in the academic environment of a full-time program and will always be distracted by their full-time job.