Professional MBA

PMBA Highlights

World-Class Faculty
The PMBA Network
Personalized Education
Utah’s #1 Ranked Part-Time MBA program

World-Class Faculty

Our faculty provides pioneering research and real-world business experience for both the classroom and the boardroom. The David Eccles School of Business boasts an internationally renowned faculty, a group of teachers that engages in cutting-edge research that keeps them at the forefront of business knowledge and trends.

The PMBA Network

The PMBA program connects students to an invaluable resource: their peers. Participants bring a wealth of experience in diverse industries and professions. Our program hosts several networking events each month that connect students with each other, alumni, faculty, staff and the community.

Personalized Education

The PMBA program provides you with a curriculum to meet your career goals.  This is achieved through foundational core business courses and also, through electives options that give you the flexibility to customize your own academic path.

Utah’s #1 Ranked Part-Time MBA program

Both Bloomberg Businessweek and US News & World Report ranked the Professional MBA program as the #1 part-time MBA program in Utah.

PMBA News

Eccles School Celebrates Historical Ties to Federal Reserve Bank by Hosting University Symposium

As the U.S. economy continues to improve and monetary policy moves toward normalization, the David Eccles School of Business is pleased to partner with the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco to host a simulation of the Federal Open Market Committee meeting. The event involves Eccles School students in the role of the committee members, including Reserve Bank Presidents, Federal Reserve Board Governors, and Chair Janet Yellen. Students will hear a presentation on the U.S.

Richard T. Pratt Professorship of Finance Announced

The David Eccles School of Business today announced the establishment of the endowed Richard T. Pratt Professorship of Finance. The new Professorship was celebrated with an event at the school where University of Utah President David Pershing shared his views on the importance of endowed professorships in helping the university attract and retain extraordinary faculty.