U.S. News & World Report: “Weigh Costs of Part-Time and Full-Time M.B.A. Programs”

The Lubin School of Business’s Part-Time M.B.A Program offers working professionals like Morgan Stanley’s Saj Sahni (pictured) the opportunity to earn a graduate business degree while continuing to pursue a full-time career. Sahni discusses the challenges of balancing his school and work lives.

Pursuing a part-time M.B.A can offer flexibility, as well as financial and professional advantages.

However, even for M.B.A. candidates for whom a part-time program makes the most sense, there are potential issues beyond finances to consider.

For part-time Pace University Lubin School of Business student Saj Sahni (pictured), balancing his responsibilities poses daily challenges, he told U.S. News & World Report’s Katy Hopkins in the March 14 article,  “Weigh Costs of Part-Time and Full-Time M.B.A. Programs; The major difference is often not in what you pay, but how.”

“It’s really difficult with the workload and your deadlines at work and trying to balance your school work,” says Sahni, who squeezes in homework during lunch breaks at Morgan Stanley. “It’s tough, but you have to do it for the short run.” 



1 thought on “U.S. News & World Report: “Weigh Costs of Part-Time and Full-Time M.B.A. Programs””

  1. Totally agree. Having to juggle with the work, study and personal commitments can be a nightmare to say the least!

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