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Foster School of Business – University of Washington - Evening MBA

University of Washington Evening MBA Program Structure

The University of Washington Evening MBA at Foster School of Business takes three years to complete. Students take courses on a part-time basis in the evenings. Core courses take place on Mondays and Wednesdays from 6 to 9:30 p.m. Electives are offered once a week from Mondays through Thursdays from 6 to 9:30 p.m. as well. The majority of students complete core courses within the first six quarters of the course of the program, with electives during the spring of the second year.

Curriculum

University of Washington Evening MBA students take 13 core courses and choose from over 75 offerings of electives, ranging from studies in Information Systems to Marketing. In the first half of the program, students take the same core courses in order, and then break into their preferred areas of study with the electives. Overall, Evening MBA students take 47 required core credits, in addition to 32 elective credits, for a program total of 79 credits.

Students may also take part in specialty programs offered by the Consulting & Business Development Center, the Global Business Center, the Arthur W. Buerk Center for Entrepreneurship, and the Center for Leadership and Strategic Thinking.

Part-Time MBA Rankings

• U.S. News & World Report: 12 (tie)

Class Profile

The University of Washington Evening MBA Class of 2021 has a class size of 122. Students are, on average, 30-years old on average and typically have 6.6 years of work experience. About 39 percent of the Evening MBA are female, with 61 percent male students.

The average GMAT score among the class is 631, while the average undergraduate GPA was 3.39.

Career Statistics

The Foster School of Business Career Services has a 98 percent success rate at placing its graduates in jobs within three months of graduation. Furthermore, the school offers a mentor program to help students learn about real-world business practices, and the school’s connections from its 9,300 MBA alumni may also help with job placement.

Evening MBA students have the same access to all of the career services offered to full-time MBA students. The MBA Career Management offers students career coaching, online resources, advisory boards, networking events, a mentor program, and peer advisors for students in their second year. In addition, students can participate in mock interviews, resume reviews, and career advising.

Tuition, Scholarships, and Financial Aid

Total tuition and fees for the University of Washington Evening MBA is $85,321. Quarterly tuition is $8,312 with $360 in fees, coming to $26,016 per year.

Evening MBA students may receive financial aid from Federal loans (up to $20,500) based on FAFSA. In addition, private loans may also help students, and interested applicants may review the private lender comparison resource to find a source. Lastly, former or current members of the military may apply for the Tillman Military Scholars Program, as well as Military MBA Scholarships and a GMAT fee reimbursement.

Admissions

Applicants are required to hold a U.S. bachelor’s degree (or its equivalent). GMAT or GRE scores are required for all applicants. In addition, students must prove quantitative analysis proficiency via college transcripts in quantitative courses, GMAT score, or current employment responsibilities. If necessary, students should submit evidence of English language proficiency via TOEFL, IELTS, or Pearson Test of English (Academic) scores.

The completed application includes an online application, two required essays, a résumé, two letters of recommendation, all prior transcripts, an official GMAT score report, and an $85 application fee.

Once a student’s application is received, the candidate may be invited to participate in Evaluation Day, which is designed to evaluate a potential student’s communication, decision-making, team, and leadership skills.

Application deadlines are as follows:

Round One – January 17, 2019
Round Two – April 18, 2019

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