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Good Weekend MBA Schools

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I've been doing a lot of research on some part time MBA options, specifically a weekend MBA option. I am looking for something that would offer a blend of online and in person curriculum. So far I am really liking the look of UCLA's FEMBA program where I'd only have to fly out every 3 weeks for a weekend. I live and work in Denver and would like to avoid having to fly out every single weekend. On the other hand, I also don't want to do a fully online program.

Are there any other weekend options (high tier schools) out there that are somewhat reasonable in the amount of travel required to attend? So far I have these schools in my list:
1. UCLA
2. Univ Washington (Foster)
3. Tepper
4. Duke
5. Ross (new online program)

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You may want to give Berkeley, Kelley, and Kenan Flagler a look-into as well.

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I've been doing a lot of research on some part time MBA options, specifically a weekend MBA option. I am looking for something that would offer a blend of online and in person curriculum. So far I am really liking the look of UCLA's FEMBA program where I'd only have to fly out every 3 weeks for a weekend. I live and work in Denver and would like to avoid having to fly out every single weekend. On the other hand, I also don't want to do a fully online program.

Are there any other weekend options (high tier schools) out there that are somewhat reasonable in the amount of travel required to attend? So far I have these schools in my list:
1. UCLA
2. Univ Washington (Foster)
3. Tepper
4. Duke
5. Ross (new online program)

Thanks!

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