The Wisconsin Evening MBA is a 30-month program delivered in a lockstep cohort format. Each entering cohort progresses through the entire three-year program of study together. This approach gives you a shared, team-based MBA experience with a core group of students from diverse professional backgrounds.

The program schedule is designed to meet the needs of students who wish to advance their careers without interruption. Classes generally meet on Monday and Thursday evenings. The program also includes a 10-day, in-country global learning experience that is enhanced by class preparation prior to the trip and followed by a debrief session.

Focus on Learning, Not on Logistics

Every aspect of the program, down to the smallest detail, is designed to help you succeed. We build in a variety of amenities that add convenience and save you time, including parking, refreshments, transportation from metro Milwaukee, and more. In short, we do everything we can to make the program accessible so you can get the most out of your educational experience.

Sign in front of Grainger Hall parking garage

Parking

There’s no need to worry about searching for a parking spot on campus. Parking permits are provided to students for use on class nights. Parking is available in the underground ramp at Grainger Hall, home of the Wisconsin School of Business.

Badger Coaches

Transportation

Transportation to and from campus is provided from the metro Milwaukee area. A luxury coach—equipped with Wi-Fi service, comfortable seating, and small meeting tables—serves locations in downtown Milwaukee and Brookfield. Students use the time on the coach to study, discuss class material, relax, and socialize.

Program staff will also facilitate introductions for students who are traveling some distance and wish to carpool to campus. The program draws students from the Fox Valley, the Illinois/Wisconsin border, and other locations.

Refreshments table

Refreshments

Food and beverages are available during the break at every class session. You won’t have to plan for dinner before class. Arrangements are made to accommodate special dietary needs.

Dale Pangborn speaking with a student

Concierge Services

The program staff is on hand when classes meet and can be found just across the hall from your classroom. Staff members are available to answer questions and support your educational experience. Staff also help with travel arrangements for your international trip.

Fluno hotel room

Hospitality

Wisconsin Evening MBA students who need overnight accommodations can stay at the on-campus Fluno Center at discounted rates on specified class nights. A short walk from Grainger Hall, the Fluno Center also houses Smitty’s Study Pub, a popular place to relax, have a meal or snack, watch Badger sports, and network with students from the various Wisconsin MBA programs.

An Accessible Schedule

Class sessions and other events are scheduled at times that are
convenient for MBA students who hold professional positions.
Learn about the program schedule