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Evening MBA Specialty Programs

The Evening MBA Program offers many special programs as options you can pursue as part of the MBA Program both in class and outside of class.

Consulting & Business Development Center
The Consulting & Business Development Center at the University of Washington Michael G. Foster School of Business has engaged students in learning experiences that bolster the competitiveness of hundreds of minority-owned, women-owned and other small businesses. A win for students. A win for the economy. The results? More than $85 million in new revenue generated and more than 6,000 jobs created and retained across Washington state.

Global Business Center
The Global Business Center at the University of Washington Foster School of Business’s mission is to develop global business expertise by hosting and sponsoring outstanding international education initiatives. As home to one of only 15 federally-funded Centers for International Business Education and Research (CIBER), the GBC works in partnership with the U.S. Department of Education to contribute to the international understanding and competitiveness.​

Arthur W. Buerk Center for Entrepreneurship
The Arthur W. Buerk Center for Entrepreneurship promotes entrepreneurship to students across the University of Washington. The center’s purpose is to bring business and scientific minds together in the classroom and provide the framework and incentives to convert student ideas into thriving businesses. In fact, over 70 businesses have launched as a result of our academic and practical experience programs. No matter your beginnings, the center will provide the tools, experiences and connections that will shape your continuing entrepreneurial story.

Marketing Analytics Specialization
The Marketing Analytics Specialization trains students how to use cutting edge analytics to better direct a wide variety of marketing decisions. The specialization in Marketing Analytics consists of three courses: Customer Analytics (MKTG 562), Analytics for Marketing Decisions (MKTG 564) and Digital Analytics (MKTG 566).

Product Marketing Specialization
To best prepare individuals for roles as product marketing managers, Foster’s Product Marketing Specialization features three related courses: Consumer Marketing and Brand Strategy (MKTG 552), Strategic Product Management (MKTG 554) and Advertising and Promotions (MKTG 556).

Foster students can also pursue other Graduate Certificate Programs at the University of Washington.