Life + Work + MBA

You have a lot of demands on your time and attention. Our part-time MBA program is designed to give you the support you need to manage today’s demands and achieve your career aspirations in the future.  

The Evening & Weekend MBA Program is designed to be completed in 3 years, giving you time off in the summer, but can be done in 2.5 years, as your schedule (and stamina) allow.  

Program staff sweat the small stuff, from arranging meals on Saturdays to scheduling evening shuttles so you can polish your presentation on the way to class. Your classmates are in the same situation as you; they become solution sharers and a supportive sounding board. 

As an added benefit, you become a master of time management, gaining early return on investment as you apply newly honed skills and knowledge on the job—and  in other areas of your life.

Bringing It All Together

Flexible Online Option

At Berkeley Haas, we want to prioritize flexibility in attendance and the ability to adapt to the changing environment and allow learning from anywhere. That's why we're offering a flexible format that allows you to gain the same high-quality MBA without the commute.

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Life Balance

There is a mindset to achieving both balance and integration, setting priorities and keeping them in perspective. Learn about how you can adapt and achieve the career growth you seek.

Learn More About Keeping Life in Balance in the Berkeley MBA


Evening & Weekend MBA students are living proof that productive commuting is not an oxymoron. They’ve come up with ways to multitask safely and efficiently while getting to and from class.

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Moving to the Bay Area

It’s not surprising that a number of students who commute from outside the Bay Area end up living in the Bay Area. Opportunity. Beauty. Innovation. Growth. Which might fuel your move?

Learn More About Relocating to the Bay Area

How to balance an MBA
with work and life

Do you have questions about the feasibility of juggling school, work, and family? If so, check out this webinar for insights and advice from busy students who manage to balance work, family, commuting and still find time to get involved in extracurriculars.

Skip ahead to 17:00 for the Q&A