Part-Time Business Administration Master’s Degree

Earn Your Degree Online Through Our Part-Time MBA Degree

The Master’s in Business Administration degree offers options for students looking to attend school while continuing their career. Marist gives graduate students the option between part-time study on campus or online. Students are now able to complete their degree on their own time while gaining real-world experience. Roughly 90% of students in our MBA program are fulfilling a full-time career while being a part-time student at Marist College. The hybrid format of courses allows students to move from in class to online education in order to complete their degree and make time for their family and personal obligations. Classroom based courses are held at the Fishkill campus while online courses are available at the touch of a button when you need them.

Part-Time Master’s in Business Administration Course Load

Part-time students are allotted seven years to complete their degree with the option to finish sooner depending on the course load taken each semester. Students can start in fall or spring semesters with each semester with two rounds of eight-week classes.

A smaller course load allows part-time Business Administration graduate degree students to fulfill their degree within three years while simultaneously gaining experience in the job market. Part-time students are given the flexibility to earn a degree while maintaining their current career or juggling a busy family life.

Choosing the Online Part-Time MBA Degree

The online MBA format is structured with projects, readings, discussions, and deadlines while also not requiring a graduate student to be online at any specific time for the majority of the course. Students who are working full-time can create personal schedules to complete their coursework, online, by their given deadlines.

Concentrations in the MBA program include Ethical Leadership, Financial Management and  Health Care Administration.

Contact Marist College and learn more about enrollment as a part-time graduate student in the Masters of Business Administration degree program. 

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