University of Chicago, Booth School of Business

Master in Management Program

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Chicago Booth’s Master in Management (MiM) Program is for high-achieving recent college graduates who are curious about the world of business, and searching for a graduate degree that provides them with the tools to turn their passions, purpose, and potential into careers that matter.

Our 10-month program, hosted in Chicago, provides students with a distinct master in management experience, featuring the ability to select an area of specialization and tailor their academic experience to their intellectual interests and career goals. Students in the MiM Program select one of five areas in which to specialize—Analytics, Entrepreneurship, Finance, Marketing, or Strategic Management.

Upon completion of the MiM Program, students will be prepared to excel at the start of their professional journey and have foundational frameworks to make an impact throughout their career.

Learning Outcomes

When students graduate from the MiM Program, they will:

  • Gain a multidisciplinary education in the foundations of critical thinking in business and markets, which will foster and inform their curiosity and help them ask the right questions when it matters most.
  • Build on their critical-thinking skills with an analytical course of study that prepares them for a broad set of careers and allows them to create the career they want.
  • Learn core business skills that they can combine with their undergraduate experience to boost their earning potential and enhance their competitiveness in the job market.
  • Participate in transformative, experiential learning opportunities not found in other graduate programs within a cohorted program, forming friendships in a professional network that will last a lifetime.
  • Be immersed in a dynamic, diverse, and deeply supportive community. Students will learn, live, and grow in a city that is rich with intellectual, cultural, and professional energy.
Teaching ModeFull Time
Academic RequirementsNo academic background in business or economics required
Tuition Fees

While tuition will be made available in April 2024, we estimate tuition to be between $65,000–$67,000.

BeginClasses will begin in fall each academic year.
Length10 Months
Application Deadline

The Master in Management application process has four rounds, with all entering students matriculating in the fall.

Round One: Submission deadline is November 1, 2023. Decision notification date is the week of December 11.

Round Two: Submission deadline is January 3, 2024. Decision notification date is the week of February 12.

Next Round/Round Three: Submission deadline is March 1, 2024. Decision notification date is the week of April 8.

Round Four: Submission deadline is April 30, 2024. Decision notification date is the week of June 3.

Application Procedure

To qualify for the MiM Program you must meet the following requirements:

Undergraduate Degree Requirements

  • Must have graduated from or be on track to graduate with an undergraduate degree from an accredited US college or university or its equivalent in another country.
  • The Master in Management Program at Booth is for those who earned a non-business undergraduate degree in the liberal arts or STEM fields.
  • Students who graduate with a Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) are not eligible for the Master in Management Program. All other degrees are welcome to apply.

Prerequisite Courses

  • Applicants are required to have taken at minimum one quantitative/STEM class such as college-level math or statistics.

Test Score Requirements

  • A GMAT or GRE score is required to apply.
  • Neither test is preferred by the admissions committee.
  • Test waivers are available for applicants who qualify.

Additional Requirements for International Students

  • International students whose native language is not English must take either the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL), the academic version of the International English Language Testing System (IELTS), or the Pearson Test of English (PTE).