Your MBA experience

At the W. P. Carey School, business is personal. Classes never exceed 50 students, so your classmates become friends and peers. You'll even build strong bonds with instructors, who count on your participation to enrich class sessions.

Achieving work-school-life balance

Between work and a personal life or family commitments, returning to school — even two nights a week — can be a daunting task. That’s why the Evening MBA is focused on flexibility. You choose the path that best fits your schedule, whether that’s a two-year degree or if you take courses for four years, and whether you meet face-to-face or online. If something comes up and you can’t make an on-campus class session, we have virtual learning options (think robots!) to help you stay up to speed with coursework and class discussions.

You can add even more flexibility to your schedule by choosing online courses, subject to availability. The W. P. Carey School of Business launched its first online program in 2003. In the years since, thousands of students have chosen W. P. Carey to help them pursue a degree that can make a real difference in their lives, while still being able to earn a degree while they work.


Your W. P. Carey experience begins with program orientation prior to the start of your program. You'll meet your fellow Evening MBA students and teammates, as well as W. P. Carey faculty and staff, preparing you for a seamless start to graduate school.

Program operations

Focus on your studies while we focus on the student experience. Our dedicated team will help you with the resources you need to be successful in the classroom through academic advising, course enrollment, and navigating the policy and process of being a student. We also work closely with you and your peers to host events and opportunities to keep you connected and engaged throughout.

MBA Ambassadors

An important link for prospective and current students, MBA Ambassadors give you access to current W. P. Carey MBA students, who can fill you in on application tips, returning to school, how the W. P. Carey School prepares you for your career, and even life on campus and around town. Got a question? Ask an ambassador.