In the Evening MBA Program, each class meets one evening a week from 6 p.m. - 9 p.m at the Gleacher Center in downtown Chicago. Each quarter is eleven weeks.
Chicago Booth offers two study options to fit your schedule and your life. You can choose the Evening MBA or Weekend MBA program to pursue your degree. They both have the same faculty and the same classes.
At Chicago, it's all about the idea. You'll focus on generating, analyzing, comparing and refining ideas. With your classmates and professors. Making the idea better. And better yet. Why? Because there are no pat answers or simple rules to draw on in business.
You'll thrive throughout your career because you'll have learned how to:
Examine every idea. Whether presented by a classmate or a professor. You'll voice your support, your dissent, your suggestions. Here, there are no wrong questions except the ones that go unasked. Evaluate problems and opportunities. Through the lenses of accounting, economics, psychology, sociology, and statistics. With a diversity of analytical tools and methods, you'll see things in new ways. Handle uncertainty. You'll learn to feel comfortable when there is no formula to guide you. No path to follow. You'll lead the way with your ability to think critically and act decisively.
The Chicago experience will take you deeper into an issue, broaden your perspective and force you to question assumptions - including your own. Instead of accepting the status quo, you'll pursue the best thinking. You'll develop the skills to successfully take on any business challenge and the opportunities they generate. The Chicago experience will give you the confidence to perform in situations where there are no set guidelines - and that is what distinguishes a leader.
All candidates must have completed an undergraduate program at an accredited United States college or university or its equivalent in another country. Documentation of your education will be required to be sent as part of the application for admission. Take and submit results from the Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT). We do not have a minimum required GMAT score to be considered for admission. International students must take the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) or the International English Language Testing System (IELTS). http://www.chicagobooth.edu/parttime/admissions/index.aspx
Recipient: University of Chicago
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