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FULL-TIME & PART-TIME FLEXIBILITY

The MBA program at Eastern Illinois University is designed so that students can complete their program of study on a part-time or full-time basis. Classes offered at Eastern's campus in Charleston start at 4:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. Classes available in Champaign at Parkland College begin at 6:30 p.m. or 7:00 p.m. All MBA classes offered at Parkland or Eastern are taught by full-time, doctoral qualified faculty from EIU's School of Business.

You can meet with the MBA Coordinator at EIU to find out more about the program. Stop by Lumpkin Hall room 4025 or call 217-581-3028 to schedule an appointment.

The MBA Coordinator also schedules appointments at the Parkland site to meet with prospective and current part-time students for academic advising. To schedule an appointment at Parkland, please contact Anna Peterson at the EIU Office at Parkland College, 217-351-2543.

As soon as all of the Phase I prerequisite courses are completed, off-campus, part-time students can complete the program within two years, taking two graduate level courses each semester. The tentative schedule of course offerings will give you an idea of when the classes are offered at Eastern and Parkland.

FACILITIES & LOCATIONS

Lumpkin Hall on Eastern Illinois University's campus in Charleston, IL is the home of the MBA program. This state-of-the-art facility offers the latest computer technology in classrooms and computer labs, including wireless internet access, extensive software, and electronic communication capabilities.

The modern campus of Parkland College in Champaign, IL serves as an off-campus site for Eastern's MBA program. This major urban location serves the needs of adult professionals with the flexibility of a fully-accredited program for students needing part-time study.

Eastern has seen vast improvements to its campus over the past few years. The Booth Library renovation project was one of the most successful projects to be completed recently. The newly-renovated library is a beautiful, state-of-the-art research facility located on Eastern's campus within a few hundred yards of Lumpkin Hall, where all core MBA classes are held. To learn more about EIU's Booth Library click here to visit the Booth Library homepage.