Innovative DNA runs through VCU and Richmond — and through our evening MBA program, too. You’ll learn business fundamentals (of course) and also how to leverage your left/right brain potential to become the creative problem-solver companies are looking for.
I found the school has so many advantages for someone like me. The city location attracts better, more experienced faculty, many who are executives in corporations in the area. It also means incredible diversity — countries, ethnicities and cultures, something that I think is totally overlooked at other schools. It’s more accurate to what workplaces look like today — you have to be able to work across different viewpoints and backgrounds.
VCU Evening MBA students hail from industries such as finance, health care, education, manufacturing, technology, small business and the public sector.
Our dynamic curriculum allows you to diversify your skill set. Choose a general course of study or specialize in one of the nine concentrations listed below. No matter what you choose, you’ll advance your decision-making skills, collaborate with business professionals and gain leadership experience in the field.
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We make it easy to get started — just view our application checklist for everything you’ll need, including transcripts, tests scores and references.
Our Evening MBA program follows VCU’s graduate tuition and fees structure. Your cost will depend on your residency and enrollment status, as detailed on our admission page. For billing and payment questions, contact VCU Student Accounting.
Federal loans are available to most evening MBA students. Visit VCU Financial Aid for details.
For questions about billing, tuition or financial aid, contact Stacey Sokol at (804) 827-7405 or email@example.com.
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Director for Graduate Programs
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