To our prospective students:
During this uncertain time, the UConn School of Business wants you to know we have taken precautionary measures to respond to the concerns related to COVID-19, while ensuring the safety of our students, staff, and communities.
Our staff is available to address any questions or concerns you might have. Additionally, we will continue to accept and review applications as well as provide admission decisions in a timely manner.
Whether your plans for graduate education are at the forefront of your thoughts or other priorities have taken precedence, we want you to know we are here for you and happy to help!
- For the most up-to-date information, please visit UConn’s official Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updates page.
- To learn more about our application process, please visit our Part-Time MBA admissions website.
- Information from our Graduate School can be found here: COVID-19 and Graduate Education
- If you have any questions about the program or your application and wish to set up a virtual meeting or phone call with one of our team members, please contact us at email@example.com.
MBA courses are delivered in Hartford, Stamford and Waterbury all year long and are generally offered evenings, weekends, and in a variety of blended formats. An expanded range of Saturday courses will be available on the Stamford campus starting Fall 2020.
Though the program is designed with part-time students in mind, accommodating the various obligations of working professionals, individuals may take more than one or two courses during a semester. Ultimately, UConn MBA students move through the program at a pace that is comfortable for them. It is also possible to take a semester or two off and remain matriculated by paying a small continuous registration fee. Some students finish the program in fewer than three years while others may take more time to complete it.