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Carroll School of Management Graduate Programs


As a Part-Time MBA student, you develop managerial, analytical, and practical management skills through the completion of a strong set of core courses that emphasize experiential learning. 



 CORE COURSES (30 Credits)
 Economics (OPER7704)
 Managing People and Organizations (MGMT7709)
 Accounting (ACCT7701)
 Information Technology for Management (ISYS7700
 Marketing (MKTG7700)
 Financial Management (MFIN7704)
 Statistics (OPER7705)
 Operations Management (OPER7700)
 Strategic Management (MGMT7710)
 Managing Business in Society (MGMT7711)*
 9 Electives  27

*Please note that for students beginning the part-time MBA program in January 2016, Managing Business in Society will no longer be required as a core course. It will continue to be offered as an elective. 





The Carroll School offers two pathways through the Part-Time MBA Program.

Under our cohort model, students take all core courses with the same group of students- fostering friendships and contacts across a wide range of business and industries. Alternatively, students may choose the self-paced option, which allows for greater flexibility in the course schedule.

Students generally take two courses in the fall and spring semesters, but may take additional courses during the summer. Most Part-time MBA program classes meet weekdays from 7:00 to 9:30 p.m. during the academic year, with a limited number meeting from 4:30 to 7:00 p.m. and on Saturdays. Summer courses meet weekdays from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m.

Typically, Part-Time MBA students complete the program in 3-4 years of study.


Part-Time MBA students who have demonstrated mastery in a core subject area may receive advanced standing, thereby reducing the total number of courses required for their degree. For more information please visit Current Students.


Community Service

The Carroll School has a proud tradition of service to our community. In keeping with that tradition and with our Jesuit heritage, all Carroll School graduate students must fulfill a requirement to serve others through meaningful work as volunteers. Learn more about the Community Service requirement.