MBA part-time

The Donahue Graduate School of Business is pleased to introduce our new MBA curriculum for working professionals. You may study part-time or full-time in a self-paced environment offering evening classroom and online options.

  • Integrated core curriculum
  • Newly developed industry seminars
  • Concentration options
  • Electives focusing on MBA competencies

Building on our History:

  • Built for professionals seeking to enhance their managerial skill set
  • Over fifty years of graduates creating results in the workplace
  • A flexible program is driven by responsible management education

Building on the Basics:

  • Concentrations: finance, management, marketing & supply chain
  • Seminars: energy, financial services, health care & manufacturing
  • Electives: entrepreneurship, consulting practice & risk management

Building on our Connections:

  • Grounded in the regional and global marketplaces
  • Coursework, classmates, travel & partners in and beyond the region
  • Faculty includes skilled academics and admired local leaders

Building on our Accomplishments:

  • Accredited by the AACSB
  • Recognized by Princeton Review and U.S. News & World Report
  • A highly coveted and respected credential nationally and worldwide

Program OutcomesThe John F. Donahue Graduate School of Business MBA program is designed to help your efforts to become business leaders. Therefore, we are committed to assuring, to the maximum extent possible, that you graduate from the program with the following competencies:

  • The understanding of organizations as holistic systems that integrate diverse disciplines and talents to deliver value with integrity through the ability to:
    • tie theory to practice, maximizing performance from human, financial, physical and information capital
    • communicate across organizational levels, functional disciplines and cultures
    • identify, analyze and evaluate strategic issues and processes in dynamic organizations and markets
    • motivate people to achieve goals
  • Relevant knowledge of the social, political, technological and cultural forces that influence organizational and marketplace environments by developing:
    • judgment for assessing short and long-range local and global impacts on organizational decisions and new technologies
    • managerial skills for fostering innovation and leading change
  • The ability to apply appropriate quantitative decision tools
  • A depth of expertise in a business discipline chosen by the student.
Program taught in:
  • English

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This course is Campus based
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28 months
1,049 USD
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