DeGroote School of Business – McMaster University - Blended Learning Part-Time MBA
McMaster Blended Learning Part-Time MBA Program Structure
The McMaster University Blended Learning part-time MBA program at the DeGroote School of Business is a nine-term program that takes around three years to complete. In each term, students take classes both in-person and online over three weekends from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The first year of the program features many classes typically seen in a full-time MBA program, with core studies based around management, economics, and finance. Intermediate-level courses are introduced in the second year in courses like accounting, finance, marketing and operations, along with electives options to tailor career-focus. Innovation, integration, and interdisciplinary learning courses, along with more electives, are taken in year three, alongside the capstone project (strategic innovation project).
Tuition, Scholarships, and Financial Aid
Total tuition for the McMaster Blended Learning Part-Time MBA program is $57,500 CAD. In addition, there is a non-refundable $2,000 deposit required to hold a spot in the program. Deposits of $6,388 must be paid in the first three terms.
Those self-funding may be able to make their education tax deductible as well. Federal and private loans may also be available to assist in funding one’s education.
In order to apply to the program, applicants must have a four-year Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent) with a minimum “B” grade average for the most recent two years of study, four-to-ten years of work experience, two letters of recommendation, and a 90-second personalized video. Those who have maintained the “B” grade average for the final two years of their BA study do not have to submit GMAT scores. Those with at least seven years of experience and a 600 GMAT score may also be accepted into the program.
|Round 1:||November 1, 2021|
|Round 2:||March 1, 2022|