The Ross Leadership Initiative organizes learning communities, challenges, and workshops to develop leaders who make a positive difference.
The Ross Evening MBA format offers maximum flexibility.
You can pursue a Ross MBA at your own pace. Attend classes at night; on weekends; and, for some courses, during the day with peers in the Full-time MBA Program. You will need to complete 60 credits for the MBA, taking classes at our Ann Arbor campus. Students typically complete the program in three to four years.
In addition, the Evening format offers the Ross Leadership Initiative activities and features a full range of Ross electives, including the signature Multidisciplinary Action Project course.
We block enroll students for two courses in each of the first two terms – MO501 and ACCT 501 in fall, and T&O501 and MKTG501 in winter – together with the same group of students. Block enrollment encourages a team experience and builds the effective communication and cooperation skills that recruiters value. You’ll also develop lasting relationships and may find that you want to stick together with your group through the rest of your coursework. (You can, of course, choose your own path by dropping these courses and taking something else.)