Earn a Master of Business Administration degree with courses only on Saturday mornings.
The Saturday MBA is a great program for working professionals who want to further develop the technical knowledge, skills, and abilities that differentiates the person with an MBA in the workforce. The program is paced for the working adult where students can conveniently earn an MBA degree in just over two years taking courses one at a time on Saturday mornings.
Saturday MBA courses are led by faculty who are experts in their areas with years of practical experience to lend. Ten courses meet for seven weeks and two meet for 14 weeks.
2015-2016 Cohort Schedule
|FALL 2015 (S116)|
|Session 1||Corporate, Legal, & Ethical Responsibility|
|Session 2||Marketing for Management|
|Break 11/28 (Thanksgiving)|
|WINTER/SPRING 2016 (S216)|
|Session 1||Team Building & Group Dynamics|
|Session 2||Managing Innovation & Technology|
|Break 2/27, 3/12 (Spring Break) 3/26 (Easter)|
|Session 1||Project & Operations Management|
|Session 2||Leadership Seminar I|
|FALL 2016 (S117)|
|Session 1||Managerial Accounting|
|Session 2||Leadership in Organizations|
|Break 11/26 (Thanksgiving)|
|Session 1||Managerial Finance|
|Session 2||Leadership Seminar II|
|Break 3/18, (Spring Break) 4/15 (Easter)|
|SUMMER 2017 (S417)|
|Session 1||Global Economic Issues|
|Session 2||Strategic Management|
The Saturday MBA requires five foundational courses: Principles of Accounting, Corporate Finance, Statistics, Management/Organizational Behavior or Principles of Marketing, and a course in Economics (Macroeconomics, Microeconomics, or Economical Issues. These courses are available in Saturday and/or evening formats.
To learn more about admission to the Saturday Master of Business Administration program, read admission requirements.
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact Mary Brigham, Assistant Director for Graduate Admission, at (513) 244-4233.