Butler University will hold five information sessions during the 2014-2015 school year for prospective students interested in pursuing an MBA.

The sessions will be held from 6:00-7:30 p.m. October 28, November 18, February 24, March 24, and April 21 in the Robertson Hall Johnson Boardroom.

Contact mba@butler.edu to register. Call 317-940-9842 or toll-free 800-368-6852, ext. 9842, for more information.

Butler University building July 3, 2014.Attending one of Butler’s MBA information sessions, you will:

-Learn more about Butler’s experiential curriculum.

-Find out how to apply (and get admitted).

-Hear from faculty and the program director.

-Ask questions and learn how to evaluate other MBA programs.

The Butler MBA provides significant return on investment, with more value-added extras than other programs. It’s a nationally ranked Indiana business school that’s locally connected and has the top international accreditation. The program is designed for working professionals and you complete the program at your own pace, unlike many other lockstep programs.

The program is unique in the way the courses are taught. Most courses are experiential and incorporate global issues and live cases and projects with local companies. You will complete real projects for actual businesses, which will build your skills and expand your network.

Concentrations are available in Entrepreneurship and Innovation (NEW), Finance, International Business, Leadership, and Marketing. Or, a General MBA is available.

The required curriculum now consists of 30 credit hours of core classes, eight hours of electives or a concentration, plus up to 10 hours in competency areas (which may be eligible for waiver or testing out with proficiency exam.)

Butler also offers the added flexibility of completing the program on either a part-time or full-time basis, which is determined by the number of courses you take per semester.  You can start part-time, switch to full-time, or vice versa.


Media contact:
Marc Allan


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