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Part-time MBA Program
Graduate Studies Events
Graduate Studies Winter Open House
Join campus community members for an Assumption College Graduate Open House. Spend part of your day with us and learn how a graduate degree or certificate from Assumption College can advance your career. Attend Open House and your application fee waived will be waived!
The 11th Annual Graduate School Symposium
Each year current and recently graduated students from the seven graduate programs here at Assumption present their research at the Graduate Studies Symposium. Presentations include paper and posters and entries can be nominated and sponsored by all graduate faculty. The common theme is “excellence”...
Graduate Studies Spring Open House
Join campus community members for an Assumption College Graduate Open House. Spend part of your day with us and learn how a graduate degree or certificate from Assumption College can advance your career. Attend Open House and your application fee waived will be waived.
An Ideal Place to Learn
IACBE Educational Member
Online, on-campus and blended options
Small class sizes
Zachary Daniels, MBAVisiting Instructor of Marketing
Elizabeth O'Hara, Ed.D.Assistant Professor of Management and Marketing
Shining Their Light
Part-time MBA 2017
Supply Chain Process Manager, BJ's Wholesale Club
I came to Assumption College ready to be a manager, and I am walking away ready to be a leader.
In the process of earning my MBA, I learned about my ability to drive a vision, understand when there are fundamental gaps in an organization, and develop unique and creative solutions to close those gaps. As a result, I have become a better and well-rounded Project Manager.
Part-time MBA 2014
Head of Member Care Services and Voice of the Member, BJs Wholesale Club
Offered the best return on investment for my career.
This program really stood out for its superior quality at a reasonable cost. It perfectly fit my needs for a rich and flexible curriculum that allowed me to manage a demanding career with the responsibilities of being a mom of young children.
Part-time MBA 2014
New Product Development Senior Sourcing Specialist, Tokyo Electron
I live and work 45 minutes away - it’s an MBA worth fighting evening traffic for.
There’s a real sense of community and collaboration. The classes are small and enthusiastic and the instructors are accessible and willing to help. It's also important that the curriculum and case studies are highly relevant to the real world of being a business manager.
Part-time MBA 2014
Provider Relations and Communications Advisor, CVS Health
I’m making a far greater impact at work.
I feel more comfortable interacting with senior leadership. Whether it’s due to my higher confidence level or simply the fact that I now have an MBA, colleagues genuinely value my opinions and trust that I know what I’m talking about.
Part-time MBA 2009
Controller, Viewpoint Creative, Inc.
The Assumption MBA program boosted my expertise in many facets of strategic management.
It provided an outstanding opportunity for students to perfect their presentation skills on a variety of business topics and in a manner that instilled understanding and confidence. The development of these skills are essential for success in today’s business environment.
Part-time MBA 2009
Senior Quality Assurance Associate, AbbVie
I’m thrilled to have earned my MBA degree at Assumption.
The program is exceptional for the intimate and dynamic atmosphere it provides for working professionals to build their management skills. As my career has progressed, the expertise I developed in the MBA program has been instrumental in my success.
Part-time MBA 2010
Vice President, Risk Management, GFA Federal Credit Union
I was transformed into a stronger manager who emphasizes strategic goals and critical thinking.
The blended courses are a huge help for a busy professional. The curriculum was delivered half in the classroom and half online, without reducing the quality of the education. The interaction between professors and students was exceptional.
Part-time MBA 2010
Students can tailor their degrees to their career passions.
I had an interest in learning about small business in developing economies as a means for poverty alleviation. Six months later, I was completing distance learning while working with a non-government organization that assists the rural poor in Rajasthan, India.
Graduate Visit Opportunities
We invite you to learn more about our graduate programs - either through a visit to campus, or by scheduling a phone conversation with an admissions team member or one of our program directors. Contact us today to learn more!Schedule an Appointment
Part-Time MBA Specific Requirements
TOEFL Scores: The minimum accepted score for TOEFL is 540 paper, 200 computer and 79-80 internet and for IELTS is 6.0.
GMAT Scores: The GMAT is not required.
The Admissions Committee will consider the match between your professional interests and Assumption’s program offerings. We recommend that you give considerable thought to the content of your essay as it is an important part of the evaluation process. Success in the MBA program and in the field requires high levels of responsibility, integrity, and interpersonal skill, as well as mastery of theory and research methodology. We are seeking candidates who have thought deeply about their reasons to pursue an advanced degree in business. We encourage you to reflect this thought and to describe your preparation thoroughly in the essay you submit. Your personal statement should answer each of the following questions:
- Describe the academic preparation and skills that you have that you believe qualify you for the rigorous training involved in our master's program in Business.
- Describe what you hope to accomplish academically during your graduate program and the career goals you have for yourself. Focusing on the actual job you would like to have five years after completing your graduate study will bring specificity to your essay.
- Describe your strengths and other qualities that you see as essential to be successful in business.
Recommendation Letters (3): Submit three recommendations from individuals in a position to assess your potential performance in an MBA program. At least one, and preferably more of these references, should be from former professors or other academics. Only letters that are academic or professional in nature will be considered. Recommendations may be submitted using the recommendation form.
References from friends, relatives, or peers/colleagues at work are generally not helpful to the Admissions Committee. Multiple references from the same employer are also discouraged.
If you are relying on work references because of the unavailability of academic references, anyone you ask to complete a reference should focus directly on your ability to meet the demands of a graduate program in business, and not merely report on your employment.
General Graduate Studies Admissions Requirements
- Completed Application Dated & Signed
- $30 Application Fee (waived for AC Alumni)
- Three Letters of Recommendation
- Official Transcript(s)
- Personal Statement
- Current Resume
- TOEFL or IELTS for applicants whose native language is not English
The Career Development & Internship Center (CDIC)
The Career Development & Internship Center (CDIC) is here to help MBA students build the skills and experience they will need for a successful and meaningful career.
Sarah Kupec is the Experiential Learning Coordinator for the School of Business at Assumption College. She is a dedicated career advisor for full-time and part-time MBA students. The Experiential Learning Coordinator collaborates with MBA students on choosing career options that are right for them.
The Experiential Learning Coordinator can help Assumption’s business students to:
- Develop and refine their resumes, cover letters, and LinkedIn profiles
- Find and pursue internship and employment opportunities
- Prepare for job interviews
- Provide valuable career resources to assist in the internship and career search
- Network with alumni and local business professionals through career events
MBA students can contact the CDIC at firstname.lastname@example.org or 508-767-7227 to set up an appointment to meet with Sarah.