Wisconsin School of Business Launches New Professional MBA Program

New part-time MBA to mix online and in-class learning

The Wisconsin School of Business has announced the launch of a new, flexible Professional MBA program. 

To better cater to working professionals, the new program will mix in-class and online learning. Face-to-face sessions will take place one weekend per month; the rest of the material will be delivered online.

Students will also be able to take a variable number of classes per term; the program can be completed in as few as two years or as many as five. Some students who have completed certain prerequisites before starting the program may be able to finish in just 15 months.  

Professional MBA participants will also be able to tailor their degree with up to four 'badges' in topics such as social responsibility, healthcare, analytics, or innovation, among other options. 

The new Professional MBA program will launch in fall 2021. No student visas will be issued to Professional MBA students; prospective participants should already have an H-1B visa or permanent residency status. Estimated cost of the MBA will be $74,800 for students who begin in the fall of 2021. 

For more information, please see the Wisconsin School of Business news release announcing the new Professional MBA. 


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