Choose Your Program
The best Part-Time MBA Program in the world comes in two formats. The Evening MBA Program is a good fit for Chicago-area residents who are interested in weeknight classes. The Weekend MBA Program meets on Saturdays and enrolls professionals from the Chicago area and around the country. Both are designed for curious, high-achieving professionals who plan to pursue an MBA program while working full time.
Part-Time MBA at a Glance
- Evening or weekend classes
- Part-time schedule
- Typically completed in 2.5–3 years
- 20 courses to complete the degree*
- 14 concentrations to choose from
- Option to take up to 25% of courses remotely
- Start in fall, winter, spring, or summer
*Plus Leadership Exploration and Development (LEAD) required course
Why Earn your MBA Part Time at Booth?
A Booth MBA empowers you to lead with confidence and put your ideas into action. Here are just a few of the benefits of a part-time MBA from Booth:
- Set your own schedule. Choose from evening or weekend classes, take one or two courses at a time, and take up to five years to earn your MBA part time while fully employed. Our program gives you the flexibility you need as a working professional.
- Customize your curriculum. Explore the topics and courses that most interest you. With just one required course, a Booth MBA gives you the freedom to tailor your studies to meet your needs.
- Expand your network. Tap into our powerful network of nearly 57,000 alumni around the globe. As a student here, you’ll join an inspiring community of leaders who are dedicated to your success.
Part-Time MBA Schedule
The Part-Time MBA format offers weeknight courses Monday through Friday at 6 - 9 p.m. and on Saturdays at 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. and 1:30 - 4:30 p.m. This schedule offers ultimate flexibility, allowing you to find the pace that works best for you. On average, students spend six hours per week in class and take two courses per quarter, allowing them to graduate within 36 months. With this format, you can balance work, family, and other commitments while still earning your MBA and advancing your career.