Part-Time Weekend MBA Information Sessions

Attend an information session either in-person at the Capital Region Chamber of Commerce or online. Learn about the content, alumni stories, and how the program can serve your particular professional goals.

The information session will provide an in-depth look at:

  • The value of completing an executive-level MBA program 
  • The benefits of choosing a high-quality MBA at an AACSB-accredited school 
  • How you can successfully incorporate the program content into your career and other professional activities 
  • The investment value of the program compared to other executive-level MBA options in New York 
  • Tips on how to manage graduate school while working and still find time for yourself and your family

You will also hear from alumni and current students of the program and have your questions answered.


Unable to come in person? Attend one of our online sessions.


Part-Time Weekend MBA Information Sessions

DateTimeSession Registration
Wednesday, May 8, 20249 a.m.Register Online
Thursday, June 6, 20244 p.m.Register Online
Tuesday, July 9, 2024NoonRegister Online
Wednesday, August 7, 20248 a.m.Register Online
Tuesday, September 10, 20246 p.m.Register Online
Thursday, October 17, 2024NoonRegister Online
 Wednesday, November 13, 20249 a.m.Register Online


In-Person Information Sessions 

For the time being, we have moved all of our information sessions to online to ensure the health and safety of everyone. We will add in-person sessions when circumstances allow.

In-person information sessions are held at the Capital Region Chamber of Commerce, 5 Computer Drive South, Albany, NY 12205.

We are also happy to meet on an individual basis to learn more about your background, share more detailed program information, and answer your specific questions. Please contact Program Director Don Purdy at [email protected] or 518-956-8381, or you can schedule an appointment.


What Our Alumni & Faculty Say

The MBA for Executives Program YouTube channel touches on program highlights and provides first-hand insights into the program from students, alumni, and faculty.