130 MBA programs in IllinoisSorted by popularity
Find out which MBA in Illinois is right for your career. Check the schools' profiles for information on MBA courses including study options, tuition, costs, duration and admission requirements. Find programs that follow the international accreditation standards of AACSB, AMBA, EQUIS, ACBSP, or IACBE
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MBA/MS Pharmacology (MSP)
A dual degree program in conjunction with the Department of Molecular Pharmacology and Therapeutics at the Loyola Medical Center.
MBA/MS Supply Chain Management (MSSCM)
Hoffman Estates, Naperville
Classes meet Monday through Thursday Evenings.
The program admits students once a year. Classes meet on Saturday for four semesters.
Dekalb, Illinois, US; Rome (optional)
Classes meet Monday through Friday Daytime at Barsema Hall in Dekalb, IL. Students have the opportunity to earn a Masters in International Management from IAE Bordeaux in France or ENAE School of Business in Murcia, Spain.
Classes meet two evenings per week at NIU Hoffman Estates.
Master of Engineering Management (MMM)
Upon completion of the dual degree program, graduates receive an MS in Design Innovation from the McCormick School of Engineering and Applied Science's Segal Design Institute and an MBA from Kellogg.
Students earn an MBA from Kellogg and a JD from Northwestern Law in three years.
Coral Gables, Evanston
Classes meet in Evanston, IL from Friday afternoon through Saturday evening every other week and once a month once a month from Thursday through Sunday in Coral Gables, FL near Miami.
Toronto; Evanston, Illinois
A program commencing begins in January and ends in June of the following year. Classes typically meet on alternating weekends at the Schulich School of Business in Toronto, Canada.
Kellogg-WHU Executive MBA
Dusseldorf; Vallendar, Germany; Evanston, Illinois
A joint program of WHU - Otto Beisheim School of Management and the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University. The program starts every year in September and ends in August of the second year of enrollment.
MBA/BA Computer Science
MBA/MA in Mass Communication and Media Arts (MCMA)
MBA/MS in Agricultural Economics
A cohort-based, 23-month program. The curriculum consists of 16 courses delivered in 8-week sessions.
Edwardsville, online (blended)
Courses are delivered in an eight week evening hybrid format and an eight week online format.
Classes meet one evening a week from 6 pm to 9 pm at Gleacher Center in downtown Chicago.
Classes meet on Saturday either from 9 a.m. - Noon or 1:30 - 4:30 p.m. at Gleacher Center in downtown Chicago.
Chicago, Hong Kong, London
MBA/Master of Public Policy (MPP)
A three year program combining studies in public policy and business administration in partnership with the Harris School of Public Policy.
A joint degree program in collaboration with the University of Chicago Law School.
A joint degree program in conjunction with the Pritzker School of Medicine. Medical students attend MBA courses in their third year and take MBA electives in their final year.
MBA/MA in Social Service Administration
The School of Social Service Administration's AM degree is equivalent to a Master of Social Work.
A cohort-based, Saturday-only, part-time program that can be completed in two calendar years, starting each fall. Students take two courses each fall and spring semester, along with a total of three courses over each two-term summer. Typically, classes meet 9:00-11:30am and 1:00pm-3:30pm in Douglas Hall on the UIC campus.
Full-Time, Accelerated MBA
Most courses are offered Monday-Thursday evenings, one time per week from 6-8:30pm. Most core courses are also offered every other semester online. A few advanced electives may also be offered on Saturday mornings, as well.
A joint degree program enabling students to complete both the MD and the MBA programs in 5 years.
A joint degree program enabling students to complete both the Doctor of Pharmacy and the MBA programs in 5 years. Students spend the first two years at the College of Pharmacy and start their business study by taking one to two core courses during the summer semesters of those years. They will spend the third year at the Liautaud Graduate School of Business. During the last two years, they will mostly study in the College of Pharmacy.
MBA/MS in Supply Chain and Operations Management
A dual degree program a joint degree program between the Liautaud Graduate School of Business and the Department of Economics.
MBA/Master of Public Health (MPH)
MBA/MS in Accounting
MBA/MS in Management Information Systems
MBA/MS in Business Analytics
online (blended), Peoria, Sprinfield, IL
Most core courses meet week nights on the UIS campus. Electives are offered in a variety of ways including online, blended, and on campus–weeknights and weekends. Courses in Peoria are offered on weekends.