Is this program right for you?
The UW-Madison Evening MBA is infused with current issues as well as theory. Our courses take you to the cutting edge of leadership practices. The UW-Madison Evening MBA was ranked 14th by U.S. News & World Report for public part-time programs. Nearly 90 % of UW-Madison Evening MBA students advanced their career during the program or upon graduation.
Meeting Monday and Thursday evenings, you will learn from globally-recognized faculty and industry leaders—and build a solid academic foundation that will change the way you think about business.
Our low student-to-faculty ratio and the intense connections within our cohort model foster a community that is as invested in your success as you are in theirs. The camaraderie and passion you will find is unparalleled. You will graduate with an invaluable network that will enrich and sustain you throughout your graduate career and beyond.
Our 41,000+ Badger Business alumni network includes many top executives at Fortune 500 companies who value our graduates’ academic rigor, emotional intelligence, and collaborative management approach—as well as their business acumen and integrity. Ours is a community that believes in building relationships and opportunities by bringing out the best in those around them.
What you learn
- Apply concepts of accounting, marketing, finance, organizational behavior, risk management, ethics, economics, operations management, strategy, and law
- Solve complex problems that require skilled communications and cross-functional collaboration
Where & how you learn
- Attend classes on campus Monday and Thursday evenings from 6:15 PM to 8:55 PM.
- In the summer of your second year, participate in an international study tour to broaden your skills, expertise, and networks
- Enter with a tight cohort and move through the program together
- Work in small teams on projects that develop and apply your skills in real-world situations
All applicants must:
- Have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution; international applicants must have a degree equivalent to an approved U.S. bachelor’s degree
- Have a target undergraduate grade point average (GPA) of 3.00 on a 4.00 scale
- Have a target of two years full-time, post-baccalaureate work experience
- Non-native English speakers must have a Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) score of at least 600 (paper-based) or 250 (computer-based); a TOEFL waiver can be requested if you can verify that your undergraduate instruction was in English and you did not receive a technical degree
- Maintain a full-time professional position throughout the program
Consideration will be given for demonstrated personal achievements, motivation, leadership, diversity, industry representation, or international experience.