Welcome from the Dean

Marc Rubin, Interim Dean

The Princeton Review noted, “MBA graduates are more likely to be offered management and leadership opportunities. That means earlier promotions, more job offers, and higher salaries, especially in competitive fields. MBA programs aren't just for professionals who aspire to leadership positions—they're for future leaders.”

As the prior dean of Clarement Graduate University, I understand that for many working professionals, a full time MBA program just isn’t feasible. That’s why the Framer School created an accessible, affordable alternative. Our Professional MBA program delivers a best-in-class educational experience in an evening format. We selected the West Chester location to make it convenient for Cincinnati and Dayton-area professionals. It combines flexibility with rigor, and requires commitment, dedication and hard work, both by our students and our faculty.

MBA classes are taught by our senior faculty members and business practitioners to ensure the perfect blend of expertise and experience. As the landscape of business changes, so does our curriculum. As a top ranked business school we don’t react to business environments, we proactively shape the landscape of business education and research. Our commitment to ethical leadership, with the understanding that responsible management begins in our curriculum, produces many of the most respected thought leaders in the world of business today.

Our students graduate with more than just a degree; the program’s cohort structure builds friendships and networks that last a lifetime and our faculty remain accessible and engaged.

If you want to take your career to the next level, but are concerned about how to juggle your career and personal life, I encourage you to explore the Miami University MBA where part-time classes yield lifetime rewards.

Please feel free to contact us with your comments and questions at deanofbusiness@miamioh.edu.

Love and Honor,

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Jenny Darroch
Dean and Mitchell P. Rales Chair in Business Leadership