Each of our Executive MBA programs are designed for working professionals who want to pursue their MBA without sacrificing earnings and career progression. The major difference between the different programs are the location, schedule, and structure of class meetings.
The Weekend Executive MBA Program’s hybrid model combines in-person class residencies with virtual class weekends, offering working professionals flexibility while maximizing the personal transformation and skills development gained through an immersive, residential learning experience. Ambitious working professionals from around the country can integrate the MBA into their busy work and personal lives. Students often find that the weekend residencies allow them to focus on the program without distractions and the monthly class schedule offers greater flexibility for work and personal commitments between classes. In addition to selecting from a wide array of electives, Weekend MBA students can choose a concentration in strategy and leadership, strategy and entrepreneurship, finance or marketing. Applicants must have a minimum of five years of work experience; and students typically enter the program with an average of 12 years of experience.
The Evening Executive MBA meets weekly on campus in Chapel Hill. Working professionals with at least two years of work experience (five years preferred) who live within the metro area and who want the benefit of more regular class meetings can complete the Evening MBA while balancing their work and life responsibilities.