Master of Business Administration – Part Time
The Thomas College Part-Time MBA program is designed to help you earn an advanced degree in business management—on a schedule that works for you. Like you, our students are balancing work and family responsibilities, but they don’t want to sacrifice quality when it comes to choosing the right academic program. Thomas makes it easy to earn an MBA that is recognized and valued by business leaders across New England.
The degree plan includes the same rigorous, engaging classes we require of our traditional and accelerated MBA candidates. Courses in this program meet one night a week from 6 to 9:30 p.m., and you can complete your program in a mix of online, in person, or hybrid format courses.
We offer rolling admission for spring, summer, and fall semesters. Classes are available year-round, and most students finish their degree in 24 months.
- Organizational Theory and Behavior
- Marketing Management
- Accounting for Management Decisions
- Operations Research Techniques
- Economic Systems
- Financial Management
- Strategic Planning
Learn skills and theories that will advance your career.
The Thomas MBA provides a series of seven core courses exploring innovative topics in marketing, economics, organizational theory, strategic planning, operations, accounting, and finance, combined with five additional courses in order to create a unique curriculum geared toward your specific professional goals.
You’ll take on challenges based on real business bases, and learn from faculty members who are leaders in business. That kind of experience will put your skills in demand.
You can take…
- Strategic Planning and learn how to develop a meaningful plan for success based on an understanding of complex business plans, the environment, ethics, politics and more
- Organizational Theory and Behavior, which will help you understand traditional and contemporary methods for managing people effectively
- Management of Human Resources, which goes in-depth to develop your administrative skills and ability to take action in meaningful ways
You’ll graduate with the ability to…
- Analyze, interpret, evaluate the financial statements of an organization and assess its financial position
- Apply managerial and ethical concepts as well as analytical methods to organizational strategy
- Assess the impact of regional, national, and global economic trends on business and society
- Apply quantitative and qualitative decision-making tools to solve business problems