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Women and men in Meredith's MBA program develop skills to lead with integrity in today's global business environment. Designed for working professionals, Meredith's program provides an exceptional academic experience that complements your work knowledge and schedule.
As an MBA candidate, you’ll set your own professional development goals while completing a rigorous academic schedule. Our flexible course scheduling and central location in Raleigh, N.C., will help you maintain a work-life balance. Learning is project-based, allowing you to gain practical knowledge through teamwork and opportunities to work with local organizations.
Why Meredith's MBA Program?
Students in Meredith's MBA program develop the skills to lead, manage and collaborate in a global economy. As an MBA graduate, you’ll have the knowledge and practical experience to develop effective solutions to both address the challenges you face in your daily business environment, and take advantage of growth opportunities as they arise.
Meredith’s School of Business is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). Less than one-third of U.S. business schools and just five percent of business schools worldwide meet the rigorous standards of AACSB International accreditation.
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Meredith's faculty and graduate school staff are committed to helping each student optimize personal growth. To help facilitate your professional development, you’ll do a personal, in-depth assessment as part of your orientation that will allow you to take stock of your current knowledge, skills and aptitudes—and determine both how you’d like to grow and how to make it happen.
Students attend Meredith's MBA program on a part-time basis. Evening classes coordinate with the schedules of working adults. A flexible pace allows you to accelerate or slow your program as needed to meet your career and personal responsibilities. Students may enter the program in the fall or spring semester.
Small class sizes allow you to benefit from the wealth of experience that is found among MBA students, who typically represent a broad range of companies and industries in the Triangle area. The learning environment allows students from diverse fields to integrate their professional experiences with current theories and ethical business practices.
As a Meredith MBA student, you’ll have access to workshops and seminars that highlight relevant business topics and build professional skills. Our career center provides resources and services to help you advance within your current company or assist you in a career change. In addition, personal coaching from a certified Leadership Consultant can help you set career goals and visualize your future.