- Leadership and career development is integrated into the rigorous curriculum.
- You’ll customize your MBA with a minimum of 10 elective courses selected from 20 or more courses, including global immersions. Or you can select a concentration in finance, marketing or leadership/strategy.
The Weekend MBA Program lasts from February 2015 to October 2016 (20 months). Courses are held every third weekend (Fri-Sat), with a three-day weekend every third class session, plus one immersion week over the 20-month program. Find out more about the schedule here.
Class of 2016 Calendar
The Weekend MBA Program begins with core courses that give you a broad foundation in analyzing business environments, building strategies, and shaping yourself as a leader. Everyone in your class will take the core courses together as a group. In February 2015, you will begin your elective courses. You can customize your MBA by selecting at least 10 electives from 20 or more courses. You may also choose from several global immersion courses for an additional fee, or to enroll in our Evening electives.
Weekend MBA course sequence
Classes will be held in the McColl Building next to the Dean Smith Center on UNC’s campus and at the Rizzo Conference Center in Chapel Hill, NC.
Directions and parking
Leadership and Your Career
Leadership courses and seminars are integrated into the core curriculum, with additional leadership elective courses available. Support for your career includes individual coaching, workshops and seminars, alumni network, campus events and online resources. Meena Dorr, Director of Career and Professional Development, is dedicated to the EMBA Programs and is responsible for helping you succeed in reaching your career goals. You can read more about Leadership & Your Career.
You will be able to keep your MBA up to date by taking electives for a nominal fee, even after you graduate. Ask Anne-Marie Summers for details on this valuable benefit for Weekend MBA students.
Cost is $96,305 for the Weekend MBA Program beginning February 2015. Cost includes tuition, texts, socials, overnight accommodations, and most meals. Your $1,500 deposit reserves your place in the Class of 2016. Learn more about Tuition & Financial Aid here.