MBA Part-Time


What is the Lindner Part-Time MBA Experience Like?

The part-time Lindner MBA is designed to take your career to the next level on a schedule that fits the needs of a working professional.  Our program consists of 36-48 credit hours, can be completed in as few as 5 semesters (less than two years) and can be started in any term. Our flexible scheduling options allow many students to accelerate this pace, if your schedule allows, or to slow the pace down if life gets busy. Ultimately, you have five years to finish your degree.

We recognize the each one of our part time students is unique and that life’s circumstances can be a big hurdle for many people who want to seek an MBA education. This is why we have designed are program to be as personal and flexible as possible, without sacrificing the rigor of a top tier program.

To accomplish the flexibility that is vital to a working professional’s success we offer classes in the evenings at two locations: Uptown (Clifton Heights) & Blue Ash. We also offer many electives in “blast” format. Our blast classes typically run over the course of three days (as an example, a course may meet from 8am-5pm on two Fridays and a Saturday). Part-time campus based students are also able to take some classes online.

At the completion of your program it is our expectation that you will have built close knit, lifelong relationships with your fellow Lindner MBA alumni and will be prepared to take your career to the next level.


The Lindner MBA Global Immersion

At Lindner, we believe that successful business leaders in the 21st century need to think globally, so we encourage students to take part in a global, immersive business experience. Global immersions have included studying Entrepreneurship in Dubai, Supply Chain Management in Chile, and Project Management in the Czech Republic

Rankings jump

Largest rankings jump of any part-time MBA program in the United States over the past four years in U.S. News & World Report.


Ranked the number 22 part-time public MBA program in the country by Bloomberg Businessweek.