Amy McHale, Assistant Dean for Masters Program, Whitman School of Management Suite 315-443-9216, firstname.lastname@example.org
The iMBA is the Whitman School’s uniquely flexible executive M.B.A. program for executives. Syracuse University has offered an M.B.A. program via distance learning since 1977. As with the full-time M.B.A. program, the iMBA is accredited by AACSB−the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. In the iMBA, students from 34 states and 10 countries have participated in the M.B.A. All students participate in five day residencies on the Syracuse University campus each January, May and August. Optional residencies in selected international locations are also offered. During a residency, students meet their new faculty and classmates, complete initial assignments, form teams, and obtain all the information they need to progress smoothly in their coursework for that semester that is delivered virtually. Between residencies, coursework is supported by the full-time faculty using a web-based course management system. Final exams for each semester’s courses are usually taken on campus at the start of the next residency. This program allows students to complete the M.B.A. degree in about three years (with up to seven allowed) without interrupting their professional commitments.
The Whitman School has been accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB International) since 1920.
Applicants must have at least 1 year of work experience (post undergraduate degree) for this program. Applicants will be considered for the program based on their previous academic experience, work experience, professional references, and personal statements. The GMAT is not required for this program for students with at least 5 years (post undergraduate degree) work experience..
Students may apply for several loan programs to cover the cost of attendance. (Federal Direct Loan, ProgramFederal PLUS Loans, Alternative Loan Programs) Part-time students must be enrolled for at least six credits (half-time status) to be considered for loan programs.