About the PCSB Graduate Program
The future of business requires people with the skills to find common ground, thoughtfully analyze options, and contribute ethically to solutions together. At Providence College, we’re educating for a future based on we.
AACSB International, the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business, affirmed the PCSB’s rising level of distinction and quality when it awarded accreditation in 2012. Only 30 percent of U.S. business schools, and 5 percent worldwide, achieve this prestigious designation. It places the PC undergraduate and graduate programs among the best, and it helps position students and graduates for even greater success in the future.
Bloomberg Businessweek Rankings
The PCSB MBA Program debuted at No. 67 in Bloomberg Businessweek’s U.S. Part-Time MBA Rankings for 2015.
Quality of Education
The MBA Program offers you a high-quality education delivered by faculty and industry practitioners who are top in their academic and professional fields. The MBA degree is management-focused, designed to help students develop critical thinking skills, analyze data, and solve business problems. MBA class sizes are intentionally kept small to provide each student with individual attention, possibilities for group projects, and other hands-on experiential learning opportunities.
Flexibility and Affordability
Our program is designed to be flexible and affordable for students interested in attending part-time or full-time. Classes are offered in the late afternoon and evening, allowing students to balance work, internships, and study for business certifications.
The PC MBA Program admits three terms a year: fall, spring, and summer. We offer core courses in the fall, spring, and summer semesters – allowing students to start any term. The MBA Program has administrative deadlines, but we review applications on a rolling basis.
A $5 million gift from prominent alumnus Arthur F. Ryan and his wife, Patricia, supported our state-of-the-art home for the PCSB. With their gift, Dore Hall, a former residence hall, was renovated as the center of the new structure, named the Arthur and Patricia Ryan Center for Business Studies. After a groundbreaking in October 2015, the building first opened for classes in spring 2017. Many current and future students will have the opportunity to learn and grow in a facility where every square foot is designed intentionally to foster engaged, values-based learning that will lead students to a lifetime of success in business and in life.