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Program at a Glance

Our curriculum maintains the breadth of study you expect in an MBA program, while allowing maximum flexibility to customize the coursework to meet your unique career goals. 

Degree Earned

Master of Business Administration

Distinguishing Characteristics
  • Flexible enrollment options to match your pace and schedule
  • 45 credits: half required core coursework, half elective coursework
  • New core components in leadership, innovation and entrepreneurial thinking
  • Opportunity for specialization along career paths, developed in partnership with employers
  • Option to earn a graduate certificate while completing your MBA
  • Global study requirement, either short-term abroad or on campus
  • Career coaching to help you make the most of your MBA
  • Blended course options combining online and in-class learning
  • A student body representing more than 400 organizations 
Admission Requirements
  • Bachelors degree in any subject
  • Application form and essays
  • 2 years work experience
  • 2 letters of recommendation
  • GMAT, GRE or MBA Math completion
Incoming Student Profile Fall 2017
  • Men: 63%
  • Women: 37%
  • Average age: 30
  • Average undergraduate GPA: 3.3
  • Average GMAT score: 520
  • Non-business undergraduate majors: 58%
  • Average years of work experience: 6.5
  • Approximately 700 active students 
  • Accelerated: 30-36 months with two classes per semester plus some Summer and J-term classes
  • Standard: Four years (up to seven allowed) with one or two classes per semester

Program Schedule Curriculum

The Part-time Flex MBA allows you to choose among traditional and blended class formats, and permits you to take as few as 2.5 years or as long as seven years to complete your degree.

45-credit program - half core, half electives - means you can customize your coursework through graduate certificates or electives to maximize your career impact

  • Evening, Saturday and blended class options
  • Classes offered year-round
  • Terms range from 4-14 weeks
  • Blended courses combine online and in-person class sessions, limiting the number of weeks on campus during the term
  • 4 full-semester core courses
  • 7 half-semester core courses
  • 8-15 elective courses, including one course with a global component
  • Up to 9 credits can be earned by selecting courses from other St. Thomas graduate programs

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