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Part-Time Professional MBA

The best part-time MBA degree in St. Louis is at WashU.

As a busy, driven professional, you want an MBA on your terms. You need flexibility. You want challenging classes. Washington University’s part-time Professional MBA (PMBA) program gives you both. That’s why we’re ranked in the Top 20 part-time MBA programs by US News & World Report and Bloomberg Businessweek.

Evening or Weekend Classes Our PMBA curriculum includes a comprehensive core to increase your business acumen, plus 30 hours of electives to pursue your interests. Start in the fall and attend evening MBA classes, or start in the spring and attend Saturday classes. Once you’ve finished your core coursework, you can switch between evening and weekend classes however it best fits your schedule.

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.

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PMBA Information Session

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Bauer Hall
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PMBA Information Session

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Bauer Hall
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PMBA at a Glance

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

Part-Time MBA Schedule

Two evenings a week — or two sessions on Saturday. Our flexible programs allow you to choose.

Evening core courses are held Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6:15 to 9:15 p.m. Electives can be taken Monday through Thursday evenings, or on the weekends after your first year.

Weekend core courses are held Saturdays from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and 1:00 to 5:00 p.m. Electives can be taken on weekends or Monday through Thursday evenings after your first year.

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.

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