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Is there a way one can do Part time Stern while living in DC

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I think there are people who have done it. I heard of someone who takes Amtrak up and down in the Saturday group. No idea about schedule or cost, but you could check with Amtrak. Classes on Saturdays run from 9-12 and 1-4.

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There is a weekend program as well as the evening program. I expect doing that would work out. It has a few advantages in that - given they understand people are traveling - you can do intensive classes that concentrate the topic into a three/four week session.

There are obviously disadvantages from doing this as well, but there is little that can circumvent them given the travel most of these students undertake.
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There are no specific intensives for the weekend program, it works on the regular semester, 12 weeks in Fall and 12 weeks in Spring. Winter intensives are offered during the month of January and there are also late summer intensives. There are also two other summer sessions, each is 6 weeks, so the classes meet twice a week or in your case, would meet all day from 9-4 on a saturday instead of 9-12 or 1-4 as they would during the regular semester.

The EMBA program meets all day Friday and all day Saturday every other week, you may want to condsider that.

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