The Virginia Commonwealth University Evening MBA program offers the flexiblity to attend full-time or part-time while gaining a winning combination of business theory, practical application and valuable career contacts.
Tier One MBA Ranking CEO Magazine Global MBA Rankings (2017)
"A Best Business School" Princeton Review (2016)
In a recent survey by Bloomberg Businessweek one student said, “The major strengths of the program are its challenging core curriculum, its smaller classroom sizes for a more personalized learning experience, its inclusion of successful Richmond-area business leaders in class discussions and its expansive alumni network that is very active in the area.”
Students give the VCU Evening MBA high marks for curriculum (A+), caliber of classmates (A+) and teaching quality (A).
While studying the interrelated functional areas of businesses and exploring case studies, you will develop skills in solving business problems, making decisions, communicating effectively, and working in teams. This integration of theory and practice is essential to defining your unique leadership style and will help you build your professional network.
Choose a general course of study or specialize in one or more of the following concentrations:
Students may enroll full- or part-time. Classes are typically offered one evening per week (Monday through Thursday) from 7 to 9:40 pm. A limited number of classes are offered two evenings per week from 5:30 - 6:45 pm.
The degree must be completed within six years of the time of admission to the program; however, the typical student completes the degree in one and a half to three years.
Student Profile - Admitted applicants have an average of 4 years professional work experience in a variety of areas such as engineering, science and humanities, and business. Admitted applicants have a median GPA of 3.23 and median GMAT score of 550.
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The VCU Evening MBA curriculum contains 15 courses, or 45 credit hours, and is divided into three categories: foundation courses, advanced program courses, and electives.
Program summary with list of required courses: MBA Program Outline [PDF] Printable