Business Graduate Degree Programs
Master of Business Administration. The UI Executive MBA is a rigorous two-year graduate program in management designed for high potential executives. The MBA is a lock-step model where students admitted into a class (cohort) begin the program at the same point, take the same sequence of courses throughout the two-year program, and graduate at the same point. The MBA degree is designed to teach management concepts and an integrated view of business decision making to business executives, mid-level managers, and professionals who have been targeted in succession plans to take on greater managerial responsibility and leadership roles in an organization. Class schedule is formatted to allow students to continue working full time while they pursue their studies. Direct personal interaction in the classroom and in study groups is critical to the learning experience.
Using the College of Business and Economics' award-winning, integrated approach to teaching and learning, CBE faculty examine the relevant themes of leadership, globalization, sustainability, decision-making, and relationship management to bridge the gap between academic theory and workplace practice. The University of Idaho College of Business and Economics faculty are among an elite group of U.S. business school leaders who have mastered team teaching and learning. The integrated program themes create a context for participants as they master the traditional functional areas of accounting, finance, management, marketing, information systems, and operations management. Idaho's integrated approach to learning prepares managers for the complex leadership challenges of today'sand tomorrow'sbusiness environment.
The MBA program fee is $37,000 for the two academic years. The fees include registration, books, materials, and meals. The fee is payable in two annual payments of $18,500 to be received by August 1. The MBA fee is not refundable once classes have begun.