Part-Time MBA Overview

Program At a Glance

News

Value Colleges has published its 2015 rankings of the Top 50 Best Value Online MBA Programs ranking Paul College at #43.

U.S. News & World Report has ranked our part-time MBA program among the top 100 in the nation.

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Location

3 Options
Main Campus - Durham, NH
Satelite Campus - Manchester, NH
Online

Tuition

per 3 credit course
$2400 (in-state), $2730 (out-of-state)

Program structure

Five 8-week terms
16 courses (9 core, 7 electives)

Schedule

Weekday Evenings 5:30 - 9:15 p.m.
Online - asynchronous

Laptop requirements

MBA students are expected to bring a laptop to class every day. Several courses (Core & Elective) either require or recommend the MS Windows operating system (Version 7 or later). 

  • All UNH students can download a free licensed copy of MS Office 365 Professional here
  • Mac Users: MBA students will be given free access to Virtual Box. This includes an educational license for Windows and Office 365. Students with machines running Mac OS should have a minimum of 8GB of RAM and a hard drive of 256GB. Older machines with less than 8GB of RAM may experience slower performance.
  • Once configured, you will want to designate a folder on your Mac as a "Shared Folder."




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A flexible, part-time MBA

Flexible MBA classes are offered at the Durham and Manchester Campuses, as well as online. The Part-Time evening MBA program, instituted in 1996, has rapidly grown to become a popular model at the Paul College. The Part-Time, Online, and Full-Time MBA models share the same tenured faculty.
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World-class faculty

Our 95% career placement rate is evidence of the real-world learning our students receive, studying with the same world-class faculty that teaches the full-time MBA program.

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Experiential Learning

You will learn by doing in collaborative classes that bring together business theory with teamwork in real-world applications. Students have the opportunity to spend 10 days abroad as part of the International Management course.

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Additional Resources

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