DeGroote’s Blended Learning Part-Time (PT) MBA will get you where you want to be, and sooner.
Whether you are seeking to advance your career or hoping to change industries entirely, DeGroote faculty and staff are here to support your journey.
Our combination of an in-class and online curriculum offers the most convenient way for you to complete your MBA.
Applications are now being accepted. Applications received by May 4 will be assessed for Phase 1 admission offers. Begin your application today.
if you have an undergrad degree
4 – 10 years
(see Experienced Cohort section below)
Learn from a community of leading researchers and world-class instructors at McMaster University.
Take advantage of our modernized MBA curriculum.
Half of the program is offered online and the remaining is offered over three weekends each term.
Travel less and get more out of your MBA.
Work-integrated assignments mean that some of your MBA coursework will require an applied setting.
This work may be completed at your place of employment or in the community.
You will be part of a cohort, which allows for greater networking and collaboration among peers.
Courses will be taught online and in person during weekend residencies. You’ll be required to attend class at the Ron Joyce Centre for three weekends a term.
You will be able to use elective courses to customize the program to your individual learning goals.
Deciding on an MBA program is an important decision, and we’d like to help. Sign up for an event in your area, or make an appointment to meet us in person.
Rather than learning marketing in isolation of finance, learn how these subjects relate to one another.
Students have a minimum of 4 years of full-time work experience, so they can meaningfully contribute to collaboration in their cohorts.
If you have over 10 years of experience, talk to one of our recruiters. They can assess whether or not you’re a good fit for the program, or suggest an alternative.
Send us a link to your LinkedIn profile and we’ll contact you to discuss your options.