The strong network you will build as a student in the Wisconsin Evening MBA Program will benefit you throughout your career. Our cohort-based format leads not only to new professional connections, but also to lasting friendships.

Wisconsin Evening MBA students come from a variety of professional backgrounds, including manufacturing, finance, engineering, healthcare, technology, government, nonprofit, and more. Some are individual contributors at their organizations, while others are entrepreneurs, leaders, or managers. Each student brings a unique perspective and industry-specific knowledge to the program.

Students also find that their professional networks expand geographically. The Wisconsin Evening MBA Program attracts students who live and work in the greater Madison area, metro Milwaukee, greater Chicagoland, the Fox Valley, and other locations.

Patricia Kempling at The M. Keith Weikel Leadership Speaker Series

Meet Influential Leaders

The M. Keith Weikel MBA Leadership Speaker Series brings notable business executives and other thought leaders to the Wisconsin School of Business to share their experiences and insights. These widely attended events bring together the entire Wisconsin School of Business community, providing an opportunity to network with MBA students from all Wisconsin programs, alumni, industry leaders, and the guest speakers themselves. Wisconsin Evening MBA students are encouraged to attend; spouses and partners are also welcome.

People speaking after a Weikel Leadership Speaker Series event

Join a Strong Alumni Network

Business Badgers are known for being extraordinarily supportive of each other and the Wisconsin School of Business. Our alumni are proud, accomplished, and committed to moving forward together. When you graduate, you become part of this tight-knit network of more than 41,800 Business Badgers worldwide.

Ryan Derus, MBA

"I developed a network of career-driven professionals who helped shape my career path. I could never put a value on that network because it is priceless to me. The bond that forms within the cohort is very strong, and the opportunity to connect with alumni, especially at the M. Keith Weikel Speaker Series, is phenomenal. I met alumni from all sorts of companies, and got to hear alumni and other successful business professionals share the lessons learned from their careers."

—Ryan Derus, MBA
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