The Wisconsin Evening MBA Program is designed for business and non-business professionals seeking career advancement from a premium education that is enriched through collaboration and team-based learning.

At the Wisconsin School of Business, you will fit in with other professionals in your cohort, as you develop, learn, and progress through the curriculum together. The result is a shared educational experience that takes full advantage of the collective knowledge of the group. Through class discussions and team projects—and under the guidance of an expert faculty—you will benefit from the diverse perspectives found in our engaged, supportive learning community.

The curriculum delivers cross-functional preparation for business management, with a focus on applied business concepts. The program includes a global learning experience that enhances international business awareness and competencies. Students can focus on advanced marketing or advanced finance by taking electives in the second and third year.

The Wisconsin Evening MBA attracts a wide range of professionals. Approximately 65 percent of our students have engineering, healthcare, science, and other non-business backgrounds.

Preparing for Academic Success

Wisconsin Evening MBA students have access to a variety of learning resources that can assist them in an academic environment.

  • Preparatory materials designed to enhance math skills are sent to all new Evening MBA students prior to orientation.
  • A math review is scheduled during winter intersession.
  • The case study learning format will be reviewed and demonstrated by a faculty member during orientation.
  • Tutoring services are available as needed from the University of Wisconsin–Madison and Wisconsin School of Business.
Students in class using tablets

Technology Adds Efficiency and Enhances Collaboration

Incoming students receive a 2-in-1 tablet computer that provides easy access to all reference materials needed for the program, including case studies, program schedules, class directories, and textbooks. The portability and convenience of having these class materials in one place contributes to efficient time management.

Communication with team members, classmates, and faculty is streamlined with online collaboration tools in real time. In addition, access to the Internet allows connections for both personal and professional use, and ownership of the computer remains with the student. Training is available to explore the capabilities of the 2-in-1 tablet computer.

A Highly Regarded MBA Program

When you graduate from the Wisconsin Evening MBA Program, you are graduating from the University of Wisconsin–Madison with a Master of Business Administration degree. An international reputation for excellence adds value to your MBA degree.


#16 among public part-time MBA programs
(#28 in the U.S.)
U.S. News & World Report, 2021