Full-Time MBA - 22 months Part-Time MBA - Varies - Average 3 years Executive MBA (EMBA) - 20 months
The UConn MBA Program uniquely features an Individualized Plan of Study in which a coherent bundle of courses and experiences is designed to align with the individual student’s career and life goals. MBA candidates develop a truly customized plan of study under the direction and guidance of business school faculty, career services counselors, and alumni/experts in the field, to ensure the quality and marketability of his/her specialization. The UConn MBA exposes you to a wide array of complex, real-world business experiences. You will develop and enhance your business knowledge through a combination of core courses, concentration electives, and Internship Milestone, as well our innovative experiential learning accelerators – GE/UConn edgelab, SS&C Technologies Financial Accelerator, Innovation Accelerator, $2 million Student Managed Fund, and SCOPE (Sustainable Community Outreach & Public Engagement).
UConn’s focus on globalization also ensures your exposure to numerous global issues and opportunities - a must in today's global economy. In addition to a diverse student body, UConn offers several 1-2 week intensive international study/travel courses in locations such as France, Brazil, China and Mexico. Additional alliances with premier foreign universities are in development and will greatly expand the number and range of international opportunities available to you.
This comprehensive, integrated approach to graduate management education allows you to put into practice what you are learning in the classroom and provides you with extraordinary insight into today’s unique business challenges. Not only does this preparation equip you to be a better leader, but it’s also what gives you the competitive edge over other candidates at the recruiting table.
Admission to UConn’s MBA program is highly competitive. We are committed to recruiting an exceptional student body – one in which the diverse background and experience of each student collectively enriches the educational experience of the entire class. An Admissions Committee thoughtfully considers employment history, communication skills, achievements and career goals, awards and honors, GMAT score, letters of recommendation, academic performance, and college and community involvement.We certainly encourage serious MBA applicants to visit campus and observe a class, speak with current students, as well as meet with the MBA Director.
Recipient: University of Connecticut
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