If you’re looking for a campus-based MBA program designed to help you achieve your career goals without hampering your current work and home life, Post University has an answer.
With courses held Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 6 to 9 p.m., Post’s on-campus Master of Business Administration program is designed to fit into the working professional’s busy life. Starting each fall and featuring six 8-week terms, there’s a lot to like about the program.
“The small cohorts of like-minded individuals meeting face to face helps form strong bonds that can be taken into their professional lives,” says Program Chair for Graduate Business Studies, Dr. Nicholas J. LoPrieato.
The cohort system allows students to advance through each course with the same classmates, creating a helpful environment for students to study and assist each other with assignments. It also leads to close friendships as well as networking opportunities.
Current MBA student and Post University Associate Sean Sylvester says, “It’s great building relationships and helping each other with assignments. The professors are fantastic too.”
Sylvester works full-time at Post, as well as part time at ESPN, and still manages to complete his coursework for his two classes each week. “It’s challenging, but manageable,” he says. “It’s worth it to be done in a year.”
Like the on-line MBA program, students of Post’s on-campus program are able to customize their degrees to their career goals with concentrations in corporate innovation, finance, entrepreneurship, healthcare systems leadership, leadership, marketing, multidisciplinary, and project management. And each concentration is taught by industry-experienced professionals who bring real-world cases and projects into the classroom.
Still have questions about Post’s on-campus MBA program?
The number of credit hours it takes to complete? (Just 36 credit hours, typical of most campus-based and online MBA programs.)
GPA requirements to persist? (Must maintain a 3.0.)
Financial aid? (A department of professionals ready to help you explore all your graduate funding options.)
For all that and more, come to Post’s Waterbury campus for the MBA Open House, July 23, 6-8 p.m. and get the answers you need.