Carl H. Lindner College of BusinessCarl H. Lindner College of BusinessUniversity of Cincinnati

Carl H. Lindner College of Business

Spring Time Start Date for Blue Ash MBA

Submitted: 11/15/2010 15:09:48
  • Students interested in a part-time MBA program at UC's Blue Ash Carver Woods location, should apply today for the March 29, 2011 start date.

The UC College of Business is revving up for the Blue Ash MBA program, designed for working business professionals in Northern Cincinnati. As the March 29, 2011 start date approaches, interested prospects are encouraged to attend a College of Business information session prior to the March 15 application deadline.

Over the past decade, the Blue Ash MBA program has served more than 200 outstanding working professionals from such leading firms as Procter & Gamble, Ohio National Financial Services, GE, Ethicon Endo-Surgery and other top companies.

"It's a time-tested program," says Chris Allen, associate dean for Graduate Programs in UC's College of Business. "We established it more than ten years ago and have found that it's a proven model that works."

He adds that with the uniformly high caliber students from firms and organizations in the city's North Corridor, mixed with the best faculty from UC's College of Business, one ends up with a perfect dynamic in the classroom.

"It's a premium program right in your back yard," says Allen. "And although it's offered at an accelerated pace for the working professional, we're not compromising quality."
UC's Blue Ash MBA program is designed for two-year completion by taking classes two nights per week. The program features study abroad opportunities, case competitions, esprit de corps in its cohorts, and "apply-it-today" tools and content.

Taught by award-winning faculty who are at the top of their fields, the Blue Ash MBA program offers working professionals access to a top MBA program located near their work and homes. The program parallels UC's Uptown evening MBA, creating added flexibility to take classes in Blue Ash or on the Uptown campus.

Details about the program and application information are available at or by calling the Graduate Programs Office at (513) 556-7020.