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University of Colorado – Denver Business School

Program Structure

The Professional MBA is the most popular of the MBA options at the Denver Business School. The flexible schedule allows both full-time students and part-time professionals to complete the program at their own pace.

Curriculum

Because the Professional MBA is self-paced, students create their own class schedule and complete their degree on their own personal timeline. Due to this highly customizable nature of the program, students are not members of a cohort and do not take classes with the same people each term.

Class Profile

There are roughly 400 MBA students per year, with approximately 17 percent international students.

Careers

All students have access to the Business Career Connections Center, which aids students in networking, career advising, company and industry information, and provides career tools and resources.

Tuition & Financial Aid

The current tuition and fees for a Colorado resident are $621 per credit hour, and $1,365 per credit hour for a non-Colorado resident. The estimated total amount paid with books and fees is $36,000 for a resident, and $72,000 for a non-resident.

Admissions Procedures

Applicants to Denver Business School must submit a completed online application form, GMAT scores with a minimum of a 500, official transcripts from all institutions attended, a professional résumé, personal essays, two letters of recommendation, and a TOEFL or IELTS, if applicable. Personal interviews may be required of applicants, and the admissions staff will contact students if they are selected for an interview.

Admissions Deadlines

For fall domestic applicants, the priority deadline is April 15, and final deadline is June 30. For fall international applicants, the priority deadline is March 15 and the final deadline is May 15.

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