The Part-Time MBA—ranked #14 in the nation by BusinessWeek—is carefully structured for maximum impact in a course of study designed for busy, ambitious professionals. Offering the same challenging graduate education as the full-time program, our Part-Time MBA is a cohort-based program specially designed to accommodate working people. Students begin the program in the Summer Semester with Weatherhead's Leadership Assessment and Development course—often referred to simply as LEAD. During the course, students are placed in teams deliberately set up to include a diversity of learning styles, and they move through the three-year Part-Time MBA curriculum with the same group of peers.
The cohort-based format of the Weatherhead Part-Time MBA program allows participants to develop together as students, but also as colleagues, outside of the demands of the program. It mirrors real-life experience in a more formal setting, and encourages a strong network and lasting friendships. Our Signature Themes
Today's business climate is moving with the times in a socially- and environmentally-conscious direction. Companies are actively seeking solutions for combining profitability with world betterment. They're also looking for people who think beyond the default response, combining the right-brained tools of a designer with a solid command of business principles. If you're interested in studying sustainability and design in management, consider the Weatherhead MBA.
Qualifications An undergraduate degree from an accredited institution Recommended minimum of two-years of full-time work experience GMAT (code WTJ-F1-10) A minimum score of 100 on the IBT version of the TOEFL examination for non-native English speakersApplicants are considered in several application rounds throughout the year.
Recipient: Case Western Reserve University
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