MBA for Working Professionals

WPMBA Students

The MBA for Working Professionals at Fisher College of Business is the only part-time MBA program in central Ohio ranked among the nation’s best. It’s Fisher’s rigorous MBA curriculum at a pace that fits the busy schedules of working students. You can complete your MBA degree at Ohio State among experienced and professional peers without leaving your job behind. Take classes in the evenings, on weekends, or a bit of both.

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WANT TO START IN 2020? TAKE THESE 3 STEPS:

1) VIEW OUR "APPLYING TO FISHER" PAGE: View the application requirements for our Working Professional MBA here. Create an online application profile and start your 2020 application here.

2) REGISTER FOR AN INFO SESSION: Fisher's info session and webinars give you an overview of our top-ranked MBA for Working Professionals, admissions tips and more. Can't attend LIVE? Watch our 10 minute pre-recorded webinar.

3) CHECK YOUR GMAT/GRE/EA WAIVER ELIGIBILITY: Many of our Working Professional MBA applicants are eligible for the GMAT/GRE/EA waiver. Check your eligibility now >

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EXPLORE OUR WEEKEND MBA OPTION:

Fisher now offers the convenience of both evening and weekend classes. Our weekend option allows working professionals like you to balance personal commitments and career. Learn More >

Weekend MBA Benefits:

- Saturday classes (Sundays on home football weekends)
- FREE bus service provided from Cincinnati, Cleveland, and Dayton surrounding areas
- Flexibility to schedule classes on the weekend and/or during weekday evenings

 
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Whether you are in the beginning stages of your program search or you have already decided that one of Fisher's graduate programs is the right fit for you, we encourage you to connect with us.  

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Due to COVID-19, on-campus activities (in-person meetings, class visits, campus tours) are temporarily unavailable. Prospective students should contact the Graduate Programs Office virtually to meet with a graduate student ambassador, admissions, or a program-specific recruiter to learn more.