Washington University in St. Louis’ Olin Business School will offer its 20-month Executive MBA program in Denver beginning in September, school officials announced. Tuition for the program will be $108, 500. The school will lease space in Denver, but it hasn’t finalized those details.
“We will not hire any new faculty or staff specifically for the Denver program,” Washington University spokesman Neil Schoenherr told the Business Journal. “All classes will be taught by existing Olin faculty members.”
School officials have been in the Denver market for the past 15 months hosting leadership events and workshops in partnership with local corporations, he said.
Classes, which start Sept. 15, will be held in Denver for the first half of the program and at the Charles F. Knight Executive Education Center at Washington University in St. Louis during the second half of the program.
One of the program’s highlights is a two-week international residency in Shanghai, which is taught in conjunction with Washington University’s partner institution in China, Fudan University. Washington University’s Executive MBA program is ranked No. 2 worldwide by The Wall Street Journal.
Washington University’s total operating budget is $1.8 billion and its endowment is $5.3 billion. Its current student enrollment is 14,117, according to the school’s website.