Do you want to go in a new direction, but are not sure which way to go? Or maybe you’re happy with your career and simply want to do it better. Smarter.
With a Butler MBA, you can get there. The program is personalized and can be completed on either a part-time or full-time basis. Courses are offered in the evening and the schedule is flexible and convenient, not lockstep.
The MBA curriculum has become even more responsive to the needs of working professionals. Prerequisites have been condensed and can now be completed in as little as one semester. The program can be completed at your own pace in approximately 2 to 2.5 years part-time.
The Butler MBA program:
incorporates relevant, real business experiences, people, and projects
connects theory with business practice
is delivered by full-time faculty who are engaged with the business community; some courses are co-taught by an executive and a professor
combines traditional evening classes with accelerated and weekend sessions
offers concentrations in Finance, International Business, Leadership and Marketing
is accredited by AACSB International
We offer a customized program in business administration. An individual path to graduation is prepared for each incoming student based on his or her academic background. Each student must complete 32 credit hours of graduate core classes plus up to 10 hours of prerequisites.
The length of time it will take to get an MBA depends on the total number of credit hours required in each student’s individual path to graduation and how many courses are taken per semester. However, students can complete the program in approximately 2 to 2.5 years, depending on one's individual pace through the program. The prerequisites may be completed in as little as one semester.
As students make progress in their self-paced programs, they may choose to pursue a General MBA or a concentration in one of four focused areas: finance, leadership, marketing or international business.
Each spring, we offer international trips for course credit. Travel opportunities traditionally include Chile, Paris or Madrid.
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