More MBA students choose Xavier than most other local programs combined. And for good reason. The value, quality and networking opportunities provided by the Xavier MBA are a return on your educational investment that is unmatched in the region.
We offer several ways for you to earn your Xavier MBA
Choose the schedule that works best for you with our most flexible option. Students can take classes in the evenings.MBA for Working Professionals »
A one-year, full-time day program designed for exceptional students who have recently completed their undergraduate degrees and want to get a head start on their careers.Full-time MBA for Emerging Leaders »
Classes in this location meet as a cohort in an accelerated format that allows students to complete their degree in less than two years.MBA in West Chester »
The 16-month EMBA for seasoned corporate executives immerses students in leadership, team-building and strategy. Admission is highly selective.Executive MBA»
The Online MBA at Xavier is designed to keep working professionals on track for advancement. By attending classes online, you can earn an MBA in two to three years, at the pace that's right for you.Online
Finish your degree in 16 months in the Executive MBA program or in two to three years in the MBA for Working Professionals. Class are available evenings and weekends so you can start sooner and finish faster.
10 years listed among the Best Business Schools by The Princeton Review and consistently ranked among the Best Part-time MBA programs by US News & World Report, including 18th best for Executive MBA.
A Xavier MBA opens doors. Make professional connections with more than 18,000 alumni in the Xavier MBA network and find out what doors your degree opens for you.
average salary increase in first five years with a Xavier MBA
Megan Belden is remarkable for what she’s accomplished so far at such a young age. She hopes to encourage others to feel empowered to pursue their dreams—no matter what obstacles they face.
Kenny McNutt appreciates things that are organically grown—the cows on his father’s farm, home-brewed beer, the camaraderie of good friends. It all added up to his decision to quit his job as an electrical engineer and open MadTree Brewing.
Williams College of Business Dean Tom Hayes spoke with the Cincinnati Business Courier about his first semester as dean, how he connects his students to Cincinnati's thriving business community and his goals for the future of the college.