What are the main differences between the part-time MBA programs at FAU?

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Anonymous, Current Student

Florida Atlantic University offers two part-time programs to help students earn their advanced degrees without work interruption. Designed to be completed in under two years, the Professional MBA features Tuesday and Thursday evening courses in a structured cohort format. The goal is to create an environment in which mastery of business skills comes from a strong professor-student relationship.

Features of the professional MBA program include an optional international trip, VIP concierge service, individual leadership profiles, private coaching and a dedicated, modern educational facility. The average class size is about 35 students.

Part-time students who can’t quite commit to the two-year timeframe should consider the Flexible MBA program, which blends full-time and part-time options to work around each student’s individual commitments. The Flexible MBA requires 55 credits’ worth of coursework for students without undergraduate business degrees or just 43 credits for students who have that business background.

Students can begin the flexible program in either the spring, summer or fall semester. Courses can be taken at the Boca Raton campus, the Davie campus or online.

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