The Evening & Weekend Berkeley MBA Program is a three-year, part-time program designed for busy professionals. The program delivers a forward-thinking MBA experience, tailored specifically to those looking to continue working while earning a top-ranked MBA degree.
When applying, you select your preference for an evening or weekend schedule option, which the program is generally able to accommodate.
Your MBA education at Berkeley-Haas is anchored in the fundamentals of general management, including the latest theories of and best practices in business. You will also learn about the fundamental principles behind these best business practices—the "how" and the "why."
The Evening & Weekend Berkeley MBA program goes beyond the standard business school curriculum to develop you as an innovative leader. You will acquire leadership skills and qualities that enable you to drive growth by putting new ideas into action in every corner and every function of your organization, and to do so responsibly. You will define what's next—for our markets, and for our societies.
Our four Defining Principles play a role in admissions decisions, in shaping the curriculum, and in developing the attitudes and behaviors of innovative leaders.
Innovative leaders are always asking themselves, isn’t there a better way to do this? What’s the white space around this business?
Innovative leaders build trust and motivation by combining confidence and humility and by knowing when real leadership means serving the team.
Innovative leaders know that they have more growing to do and more feedback to hear—even at the peak of their careers.
Innovative leaders understand that they are stewards of more than their own lives and careers. They are rooted in the larger world.
|Prerequisite Course||College-level Math|
|Fall (First) Semester|
|Required Core Courses||Fall A (first half):
Fall B (second half):
|Spring (Second) Semester|
|Required Core Courses||
|Fall (Third) Semester|
|Required Core Courses||Fall A:
|Mid-Program Academic Retreat||
|Spring (Fourth) Semester|
|Elective (Optional) - Students may also consider spending time abroad in one of the school's Seminar in International Business programs.)|
|Fall (Fifth) Semester|
|Spring (Sixth) Semester|
|Commencement (Typically held in May)|
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