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The WashU PMBA: Designed for working professionals

With a WashU Professional MBA—the best part-time MBA program in St. Louis—you’ll move your career forward, on your schedule.

You'll learn to make values-based, data-driven decisions. You'll expand your global fluency, participate in real-world learning experiences and develop a global mind set. And you'll level up your skills to become the leader you've always known you could be.

Do all this and juggle your job, family, studies and community commitments.

14th best part-time MBA program in US • as ranked by US News & World Report (2022).

Curriculum Our Professional MBA curriculum includes a comprehensive core to increase your business acumen, plus 27 hours of electives to pursue your interests. Start in the fall or spring and attend classes two nights a week. After first year of core courses, electives are available in weeknight, weekend and weeklong formats.

Career Resources WashU’s PMBA program is tailored to working professionals, with access to full-time advisors, a robust alumni network and exposure to corporate partners.

Professional MBA at a Glance

Thrive in the area’s best part-time MBA program.

Is a part-time MBA worth it?

Our graduates think so. Almost half of our PMBA alums are executives, VPs, or in C-suite positions. You’ll build your professional network, expand your career opportunities and gain leadership skills that you’ll apply to every project and position you take on for the rest of your career.

Flexibility is built in

While class engagement and participation are a signature of the Olin education experience, we understand professional students need flexibility to balance work, life and studies. That’s why we offer remote participation for a full semester with very few course exclusions. And you can access course recordings up to three times a semester due to issues like business travel or family needs.


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