The Butler MBA
The Butler MBA provides significant return on investment, with
more value-added extras than other programs. It's a nationally
ranked Indiana business school that's locally connected and has the
top international accreditation. The program is designed for
working professionals and you complete the program at your own
pace, unlike many other lockstep programs.
The program is unique in the way the courses are taught. Most
courses are experiential and incorporate global issues and live
cases and projects with local companies. You will complete real
projects for actual businesses, which will build your skills and
expand your network.
Concentrations are available in Entrepreneurship and Innovation
(NEW), Finance, International Business, Leadership, and Marketing.
Or you may pursue a General MBA.
The MBA curriculum was revised in the spring of 2014 and
highlights include the new concentration in Entrepreneurship and
Innovation, the addition of two new core classes that are required
(Business Practicum and The Entrepreneurial Mindset) and a revised
operations management course (now titled Information Management and
The required curriculum now consists of 30 credit hours of core
classes, 8 hours of electives or a concentration, plus up to 10
hours in competency areas (which may be eligible for waiver or
testing out with proficiency exam.)
View the curriculum
Online Self-Paced Primer Modules.
A key benefit of the Butler MBA is
flexibility. Unlike most other programs, you can
choose when to take particular courses and at
what pace, allowing you to balance work, life and graduate school.
Some other MBA programs are lockstep and tell you what to take and
when, not allowing breaks for important life events and work
The program was designed for working professionals. Most classes
meet one night per week during the regular semester, with
accelerated summer sessions and some Saturday classes.
The Butler MBA can be completed in
approximately two years on a part-time basis, depending on the pace
you choose for yourself. The
introductory tools courses are accelerated and
can be completed in as little as one semester. In addition, you may
be able to test out of these introductory courses or waive them
based on prior coursework.
Part-Time and Full-Time Options Available
You have the added flexibility of completing the program on
either a part-time or full-time basis, which is determined by the
number of courses you take per semester. You can start
part-time, switch to full-time, or vice versa.
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