Flexible programming accommodates working professionals with busy lives.
University of Washington Bothell School of Business offers evening MBA programs at the Eastside Leadership Center in Bellevue and the UW Bothell campus in Bothell. Flexible programming accommodates working professionals with busy lives.
The Technology MBA at Bothell enables students in technology-centered enterprises to develop intrapreneurship and entrepreneurship skills and prepares them to create innovative high-growth businesses within established organizations or startup businesses. Students gain expertise working in cross-functional global teams from a holistic perspective.
The Leadership MBA at Bellevue enables students from a wide range of industries to develop the analysis, problem-solving, communication and teamwork skills necessary to maximize their leadership potential. Students are equipped to articulate their organization’s vision and strategy and inspire team success.
Both programs emphasize experiential learning, close student-faculty interaction and an inclusive learning environment, following a flex-cohort model, unlike many MBA programs. The programs attract students from various backgrounds and industries such as aerospace, software development, telecommunications, banking, health care, insurance and manufacturing.
Much of the high-impact learning comes from a unique feature within the graduate programs: the integration of academic and pragmatic learning. To achieve that, faculty works closely with managers and other professional leaders from local companies like Starbucks and Nordstrom to combine business theory with practical application. The programs offer elective coursework integrated within the MBA and MS Accounting curriculum to create a dynamic learning environment.
UW Bothell MBA Programs prepare students for business leadership, focusing on innovative business practices, globalization, entrepreneurship and ethical responsibility. World-class faculty provides students with the strong analytical, research and business communication skills they need to successfully lead regionally and globally engaged organizations.