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All MBA classes offered by Eastern Illinois University are taught by School of Business full-time Graduate Faculty who are doctorally qualified and research and/or professionally active.
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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. Face-to-Face and a few hybrid (51% or more face-to-face, 49% or less online) classes offered at Eastern's campus in Charleston start at 4:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m, Monday through Thursday. In Charleston, we offer all of our options and concentrations.
Course offerings in Parkland are temporarily on hiatus.
The modern campus of Parkland College in Champaign, IL serves as an off-campus site for Eastern's MBA program. This urban location serves the needs of adult professionals with a fully-accredited program for students needing part-time study. Face-to-face and hybrid classes available in Champaign at Parkland College begin at 6:30 p.m. or 7:00 p.m, Monday through Thursday. At this location, students can expect to complete the MBA core with their remaining classes at Parkland, Charleston, or online, depending on their career interests, electives selected, and the timing of the rotation of courses at Parkland. Accountancy Concentration students should anticipate completing four ACC classes in Charleston. GIS Option students will complete select non-MBA GIS classes online.
Eastern's MBA Online can be completed as a full-time or part-time student, in an asynchronous* program offered 100% online. For more information about the Online MBA program, please see that program's web-site and details.
*Eastern's MBA online courses are designed with activity deadlines, but do not require "live" synchronous classes that meet at a specified time. Classes are 8-weeks long with specified exam windows of time announced in each course for specific days and hours, typically held on evenings between 5 - 9 pm CST, or during weekend hours as determined by each professor. Faculty may offer live office-hour appointments via audio or video, or conduct voluntary live class sessions, but most course materials will be pre-recorded by the faculty member instructing the course, with videos, reading materials, discussion boards, and assignments provided weekly on the D2L learning management system.