Part-Time MBA for fully-employed professionals

Specifically designed for working professionals, the Leeds School of Business Evening MBA Program is offered in a two-year, part-time format starting in May each year. With two convenient campus locations in Boulder and South Denver, our Evening MBA Program offers working professionals flexibility to earn their MBA while fulfilling other work and family obligations. Classes are taught by distinguished faculty in key business disciplines.  

Cohort design supports our 90+% graduation rate

The cohort design of the Leeds Evening MBA brings together working professionals who build a committed and collaborative network. This MBA peer community is an important support for students who are also balancing career and home responsibilities. Our graduation rate is consistently above 90% (as compared to other part-time and on-line programs, which often have graduation rates of less than 50%.)

Top 15% best Part-Time MBA Program

The Leeds Evening MBA Program is proud to be in the top 15% for best Part-Time MBA Programs in the nation, ranked #51 on U.S. News & World Report 2019.   Learn why one student chose the Leeds South Denver Evening Program to advance his career and achieve work-life balance. Denver Post– February 2017 Feature Article.

Innovative MBA curriculum

Our Evening MBA Program builds a strong knowledge base with required courses that focus on business fundamentals, along with elective courses to develop additional depth and expertise in specific areas. Learn more about the required and elective courses on our Evening MBA Curriculum page.

Classes for the upcoming cohort begin May 2018 and are offered at both CU Boulder and CU South Denver (Lone Tree, Colorado).  The same quality education is offered in these two convenient locations. Learn more about CU South Denver here.

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