Program Details

Time Frame: 2 years

Our MBA program builds upon your knowledge and skills with each seven–week class session. Classes meet two nights each week starting at 5 or 5:30 pm. Outside the classroom, learning opportunities such as the international study tour, the bi–annual SAM Case Competition, and educational seminars, lectures, and site visits sponsored by Bradley’s MBA Association provide another layer of learning to enrich your MBA experience.

Typical Participant

The average age of Bradley’s MBA students is 26 years. The majority are working professionals with an undergraduate degree and an average of 4 years of professional experience. Students bring their knowledge from varied educational disciplines and diverse business backgrounds.

Learning Environment

A class size of approximately 24 students assures diversity and engenders the capacity for individual attention and mentoring by faculty members. You will engage with the MBA curriculum through a balance of case study analysis, experiential opportunities, lecture, and individual and group projects.

Inclusive Services

Bradley MBA students receive the personal attention of our dedicated staff as well as these inclusive services:


The Bradley MBA curriculum provides a broad management foundation. In–depth study within each business discipline focuses on application of business knowledge from a management perspective. Beginning with an interpersonal relationships course, students assess their current communication skills and begin to apply the “habits of leadership” necessary for effective management. Courses in controllership, economics, finance, information technology, marketing, and management culminate in a business strategy course, where students integrate their knowledge from all disciplines to solve an actual business problem. The program’s leadership focus is extended through Bradley’s MBA Association, which offers leadership roles within the organization as well as learning opportunities on topics of leadership, management, and personal growth.