Working professionals, this is a program that works for you.
Get all the learning and marketability of an MBA program in a one-evening-a-week schedule that minimizes time away from work and family.
Now accepting applications for the Fall 2023 intake!
Learn about the Eller Evening MBA application process and requirements.
What You'll Learn
Business is rapidly evolving. Here, you’ll learn to not only stay a step ahead—you’ll learn to truly lead, wherever you set your sights in the business world.
The Eller Evening MBA program makes the most of the time you spend in the classroom by condensing courses into eight weeks, completing a total of 44 units over the course of 24 months
Gather everything you’ll need, from your resume to your professional recommendation, and get underway with your Evening MBA application. As always, we’re here to help answer questions about our requirements and process.
Evening MBA Class Profile
Students come to Eller from a variety of industries and companies to earn their MBA. Not only will you learn from faculty and materials presented, but you will also learn from your classmates' experiences.
October 15: Round 1
December 1: Round 2
January 15: Round 3
March 1: Round 4
April 15: Round 5
June 1: Final Deadline
Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.
Return on Investment
Return on Investment
With an Eller MBA you'll emerge with the experience and network to advance your career —whether you dive into a new venture, join leadership at a top organization or get a promotion within your current company. It’s all up from here.
Tuition and fees subject to change.
Get a snapshot of what an evening in the MBA program looks like, from arriving on campus to completing your classes. It flies by at a lively pace and leaves you time to touch base with your team on plans for the week before you call it a night.
Your Future is Calling
You’ve heard the “why.” If you think you’re a good fit, it’s time for the “how.” Let’s get you on the road to your Eller Evening MBA. Contact us or begin your application now: