MBA Learning Options

A Top MBA: Web-Based, On Campus, On Your Terms

Busy professionals will find that The Innovator’s MBA, only from WPI, is designed with remarkable flexibility. You can choose to learn primarily online, attend classes on-campus in the evenings, or tailor a program suited to your work, family, and life demands. All programs are delivered by the same dynamic faculty members and provide the same rigorous education centered around our technology-focused curriculum.

THE INNOVATOR’S MBA LEARNING OPTIONS

  • Cohort Track – Accelerated path for working professionals with blended learning.
  • Evening Track – Self-paced with weekday evening, on-campus classes.
  • Flex Track – Combine on-campus evening and periodic Saturday classes with Web-based learning. Part-time and full-time options.

Answer a few questions and we will help you find the right fit:

Answer a few questions and we will help you find the right fit:

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Cohort Track Flex Track Evening Track 

Based on your selections you are a good fit for the Cohort Track.

  • 32 months from orientation to graduation
  • Two classes per semester, with a total of 5 months of breaks
  • A team of peers, a "cohort," progresses together.
  • Elective courses determined by consensus
  • Blended coursework (online and on-campus)
  • Fridays and Saturdays spent on campus together twice per semester (every 7 weeks)

Based on your selections you would like the self-paced flexibility of self-paced blended learning.

  • Take as many or as few classes per semester as you like
  • Chose your own electives
  • Blended coursework (online and on-campus)
  • Half a Saturday per course spent on campus every 5 weeks
  • The flexibility to also take classes on campus in the evening

Based on your selections you are a good fit to take on-campus classes weekday evenings.

  • Take as many or as few classes per semester as you like
  • Chose your own electives
  • Classroom-based learning
  • The flexibility to also take blended courses (online and on-campus)
Which class structure is most appealing? Studying primarily online but also collaborating with a permanent group of peers Studying primarily online while working with new classmates in each course Working in a classroom with new classmates in each course
What is your preferred method of course selection? Deciding on electives by group consensus for the duration of the program Choosing your own electives and course load Choosing your own electives and course load
When are you able to come to campus? Fridays and Saturdays every seven weeks Saturdays every five weeks One or more nights each week
What is your preference for timing? Completing your degree in exactly 32 months by following a schedule of two classes per semester Progressing at your own pace Progressing at your own pace
 
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