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Professional MBA (Part-Time) Program Overview

The competing demands of work and family pose real challenges for professionals pursuing a graduate degree to accelerate their career or explore new job opportunities.



The degree program must offer a firm grounding in business fundamentals, full exposure to the technology used in industry today, and intensive preparation for leading in a complex environment. The Professional MBA (part-time) at the Bentley University's McCallum Graduate Business School delivers in all these areas — and does so with the flexibility that few schools in the country can match. Part-Time MBA class take place in the evening to meet the needs of busy, working professionals. 

As a student in the Professional MBA program, you learn the fundamentals of marketing, accounting, finance and information systems — then apply the lessons to analyze business processes such as product development, sales and customer service.

You can customize your degree by choosing from eight concentrations:

Your Experience Matters

In this program, you’ll learn as much from your classmates as you will from your professors. Students bring years of work experience to the classroom from a variety of industries and disciplines, ensuring that you’ll view business opportunities from a whole new perspective. 

The program is designed for mid-level professionals who bring their own thoughts and ideas to classroom discussion. Applicants with five or more years of post-graduate work experience are eligible to waive the GMAT requirement for admission.

Online Study

Online study options exist for students interested in pursuing a Management concentration from their home or office. All related courses and popular electives are available online and online courses are offered at the same time as on-campus courses. 

Interested in learning more about the Part-Time MBA Program?

Our Admissions Staff would be happy to speak with you about your plans for pursuing a graduate degree. For admissions related questions, please contact Glisery Colon. For curriculum related questions, please contact Program Director Bill Starner