A key benefit of the Butler MBA is
A personalized program can make all the difference in your
success as an MBA student. The program allows you to proceed
at the pace that's right for you. 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 conflicts.
The Butler MBA is different and is centered around
you and your busy life.
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. It's an added
level of flexibility and convenience.
As a business owner, wife and mother, it is important for me
to be in a flexible yet competitive program. The structure of
the part-time MBA program has allowed me to continue on my
entrepreneurial track, enjoy a wonderful home-life, and also get
involved in founding the MBA Association. Whether it is
business travel or late nights at the office, the Butler faculty
understand and are up-front about the expectations at the start of
a new class. Butler is an excellent, family-friendly program.
Co-Owner, R.J. Financial Solutions, LLC
I chose Butler because I prefer to direct my own learning
experience. Holding hands with the same group of students
through a cohort on a guided path did not appeal to me. I've
found that I learn something new from every team that I work
with. Being with the same group throughout the program would
have starved me of the opportunity to learn from a diverse peer
Sales Engineer, Carrier Corporation