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Compare Top EMBA and Part-Time MBA Programs

If you’re considering an MBA but are not interested (or able) to enroll in a traditional, full-time program, a part-time or executive MBA program might be the perfect fit for you. To hear more about these non-traditional options, check out the following video. (To compare and learn more about specific business schools’ programs jump to the EMBA & Part-time MBA profiles, below.)

Rebecca Heath Anderson on EMBA and Part-time MBA programs


The program profiles below will help guide your research of the leading EMBA and part-time programs at top business schools to figure out which one is the best fit for you. These pages will also help you understand what top business school programs look for in applicants. Consider this the first step in gathering valuable information you need to submit a great EMBA or part-time MBA application.

When used actively during the process of completing your MBA applications, these profiles will save you hours compared to browsing business school websites directly or running endless Google searches for class profiles, employment reports, essay questions, club listings, and more.

Executive/Part-Time MBA Programs

Wondering which EMBA or pat-time MBA program might be right for you? Explore the pages below to learn more about the offerings from top business schools.

Wharton EMBA Program

The Wharton EMBA is aimed at those who have more than 10 years of professional work experience, and the average work experience at the time of enrollment in the program is 12 years. 

MIT Sloan EMBA

MIT Sloan’s Global Executive Program is tailored towards mid-career professionals. It’s a 20-month program marked by flexibility in its class format, as well as four immersive modules.

Columbia EMBA

With its location in the heart of New York City, attending Columbia Business School can do wonders for your career. If you have more than 8 years of professional work experience, Columbia’s Executive MBA Program may be a better fit than the traditional, full-time program.

Berkeley Haas EMBA

UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business is often on the list of top b-schools and offers both a full-time MBA program and an MBA program for Executives.

NYU Stern EMBA

NYU’s Stern School of Business is appealing for anyone wanting to pursue a degree in the heart of a major metropolis. Stern’s MBA program for Executives can be completed in either in New York City or Washington, D.C.

Northwestern Kellogg Part-Time MBA

Northwestern’s Kellogg School of Business is perfectly placed for non-traditional MBA formats. Kellogg offers a part-time “Evening & Weekend” MBA program for those who remain working full-time during pursuit of their degree. 

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