Seattle - Albers Redesigns Professional MBA Program for 2014

Program is now shorter, and delivered in a partial cohort format

Seattle University's Albers School of Business and Economics will launch a redesigned Professional MBA program this fall.

The part-time MBA program features an integrated core curriculum, which means that students now need fewer credits to graduate. If students follow the standard program schedule, they can complete the MBA in three years. The program can be completed in as few as six quarters.

The program will also feature a "partial cohort model," where students will attend core classes in a cohort.

In the Professional MBA program, each class meets one night per week.

For more information, please see the Seattle - Albers Professional MBA program webpage.

Image: Joe Mabel / Creative Commons

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