As the most comprehensive business school in the Philadelphia region, the Fox School of Business offers a variety of MBA formats to fit a multitude of goals and schedules. The chart below will help you navigate our Fox MBA offerings, so you find the program that fits your life and goals–and powers your professional path.

Whichever Fox MBA format you choose to pursue, you’ll experience the support of our groundbreaking resources, cutting-edge business knowledge, and our world-renowned faculty–and our top-ranked recognition from U.S. News & World Report, Forbes, The Economist, and other leading publications.

  Global MBA Part-Time MBA Executive MBA Online MBA
Who should apply Professionals with at least 2 years of work experience who seek career mobility and enhancement Working professionals who want to advance within their organization or change careers Experienced professionals with at least 10 years of work experience who want to broaden their strategic leadership prospective, sharpen management and decision-making skills, and enhance their professional network without putting their career on hold Professionals seeking the rigor and respect of a traditional MBA with the flexibility of online learning
Time commitment 2 years, full-time Part-time program with two tracks available: Accelerated 2 years, Flexible 3-4 years 16 months, in-class meetings over one 3-day weekend per month plus faculty and student contact via web conferencing 20 months, online with one week-long opening residency
Features 2 international residencies; experiential learning via EMC; professional development; opportunity to specialize via concentration; dual degree options Convenient downtown and suburban locations; flexible evening and weekend schedules; opportunity to specialize via elective courses Modular, 4-week classes delivered one class at a time; individualized learning plus team-based collaboration via sophisticated web conferencing Content is available 24/7 in a mobile-friendly format; live classes are held via WebEx technology; classes delivered one class at a time over a 4-week period