Whether you choose to earn your MBA part-time or full-time, you can take classes anytime of the year. Students typically complete their degree in 3-5 years. Accelerated options are available for attorneys and CPAs pursuing the internationally accredited Suffolk MBA.
Courses are offered in the evenings (6-8:45 p.m.) and on some Saturdays. During our intensive summer sessions, classes meet two evenings per week on Monday and Wednesday or Tuesday and Thursday for seven weeks.
You can also blend classes at the North Campus with classes in Boston or online. Many students find that intensive advanced electives, such as Conflict and Negotiation, are worth the commute.
Your small, tight-knit classes will lead to lasting connections with your faculty and peers. Some of your classmates have years of business experience. Others are changing career paths or coming straight from undergraduate programs. They’ll help you learn, gain new perspectives, and discover a vast array of career paths.
Our alumni community in the Merrimack Valley is thriving. With more than 16,500 Suffolk alumni and 6,000 Sawyer Business School alumni, you’ll start building a professional network right away.
Scholarships and Waivers
- You may qualify to waive the GMAT/GRE
- Based on your undergraduate coursework, you may be able to waive up to 6 core courses
- Suffolk undergraduate alumni are automatically considered for alumni scholarships ($4,000-$10,000)
- As a part-time student, you may be eligible for scholarships ($2,000-$6,000)
- If you live in Lawrence, Haverhill, or Lowell, you are automatically considered for the MBA-North Campus Leadership Scholarship
Meet Our Students and Alumni
North Campus students live in a number of towns in the Merrimack Valley and north of Boston, including Salisbury, Amesbury, Merrimac, Newburyport, West Newbury, Georgetown, Groveland, Haverhill, Methuen, North Andover, Ipswich, Topsfield, Danvers, Peabody, Andover, Dracut, Lowell, Lawrence, Tewksbury, North Reading, Chelmsford, Westford, Billerica, Wilmington, Woburn, Salem (NH), Plaistow, Hampstead, North Hampton, Windham, Nashua, Hudson (NH), and Atkinson.
They work for a diverse group of employers, including Pfizer, Raytheon, NxStage, Putnam Investments, Liberty Mutual, Philips, Enterprise Bank, New Balance, the Eagle Tribune, Millipore, Fidelity Investments, Brooks Automation, and Chesterton.