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About the Program

Strengthen your business acumen, expand your knowledge of critical business-management trends, and become equipped for career growth and promotion, with Whitworth's evening MBA program.

Degree Snapshot
Credits 36
Completion Time 10 months, accelerated full-time option
2 years, part-time
Class Format Evening classes (no weekends, no summers)
Cost Per Credit $885* per credit (financial aid & scholarships available)
MBA Application Deadline Rolling admissions

*for the 2018-19 academic year


In your classes, you will network with peers who are motivated business professionals that encourage each other to excel. Using case-based curricula, proven academic theories, and real-world examples, faculty members from Whitworth's business school specialize in effective and relevant teaching that maximizes learning and innovation to prepare you to succeed.

Earn your Master of Business Administration in just four semesters or less with our six-week, evening format designed so you can keep your daytime schedule. Classes meet twice weekly from 6-9:30 p.m.

Whitworth University is accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities. Learn more. The Whitworth University School of Business is also a member of the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) and is working to achieve AACSB accreditation.

"I would not be in my current position without the Whitworth MBA program. I found this job through the Whitworth internship program, which worked relentlessly to find me an excellent position."

Sri Purohith, QA/Automation Engineer, Ecova

"Most Whitworth MBA students are working adults who bring a wealth of knowledge and industry experience to the classroom. Their knowledge and experience, coupled with classroom discussion and projects, provide the perfect opportunity for learning and networking."

Jeremy Keller, Credit Manager, Vera Water & Power

"The Whitworth MBA program provides amazing interaction with top-tier practitioners of key industries, while laying out curriculum that challenges students the entire way through."

Tim Shustoff, General Manager, Learfield