Many of your questions about the UB PMBA program are answered in the FAQs below. If your concerns are not addressed here, contact us at email@example.com or 716-645-3200.
Expect to spend an average of 10 hours per week on activities outside of class.
During the fall and spring semesters, core classes meet Tuesdays
and Wednesdays from 6:30-9:10 p.m. for 15 weeks. Summer session
runs two nights a week from 6:30-9:40 p.m. for six weeks (late May
to early July). Mini-course electives are typically offered the
week before the semester starts and are scheduled for three
weeknights and one half day on Saturday. 3-credit electives are
often offered Monday through Thursday night.
All PMBA program applicants are required to take the GMAT or the GRE exam as part of the application process, unless their background qulaifies for a waiver. Test scores must be sent to the School of Management directly from the testing agency. The tests are offered year-round and can be taken at a time convenient for you. Keep in mind that appointments to take the GMAT or GRE may be more difficult to schedule as the application deadline approaches.
You will need at least one year of full-time work experience
after completing your undergraduate degree. Preference for
admission will be given to those with more work experience.If you
are unsure if your work experience counts toward this requirement
or have questions on timing the start of your MBA, please contact
an admissions representative.
Laptop computers will be used in class for some courses.
The PMBA program is designed as a general MBA program, and most students choose to pursue knowledge in a variety of business disciplines rather than specializing in a single area. However, if you have flexibility in your work hours, you may substitute electives offered during the day for select electives offered in the evening as part of your program. Contact the PMBA office for questions on a specific area of concentration.
You are eligible for the PMBA program with an undergraduate degree in any discipline. We recommend you take at least one semester of college calculus before enrolling, but this is not required.