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The Isenberg Full-time MBA option is ideal for individuals who seek a hands-on, real world education through immersion in a rigorous two-year program.
The AACSB-accredited Full-time MBA has a strong emphasis on experiential, collaborative learning, allowing graduates to excel in today's global business climate. Every Full-time MBA student is awarded an Isenberg MBA Fellowship that fully supports his or her graduate business education. And our student-focused environment, exceptional career support, and opportunities for specialization facilitate student success.
An applicant to the Graduate School must hold a baccalaureate degree earned in the United States or a comparable non-U.S. degree/diploma before being allowed to enroll in any graduate program at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. International student applicants (non-U.S. citizens who do not hold U.S. Permanent Resident Status) may be considered for admission to master's or doctoral degree programs if they have attained the baccalaureate degree at an American college or university, or possess an equivalent degree. "Equivalent" means four years of University undergraduate work, preceded by at least 12 years of elementary and secondary school studies. Most foreign four-year degrees are recognized as being equivalent; however, the three-year Indian Bachelor of Arts, Science, and Commerce degrees and other three-year Asian degrees are not considered to be equivalent. If a student with three-year degree completes a year of Master's degree coursework, he or she will earn will have the opportunity to earn a B.A. or B.S.