The Bard Difference
The Bard MBA model of weekend intensives has key advantages:
- Accommodates professionals working up to 30 hours per week.
- Supports attendance from across the region, country, and even the globe.
- Enables teaching by leading national faculty and cutting edge practitioners.
- Provides contact hours and content comparable to a traditional residential program.
2013-2014 Residency Schedule
Residency 1: August 23–26, 2013 at Bard
Residency 2: September 20–23, 2013 in NYC
Residency 3: October 18–21, 2013 in NYC
Residency 4: November 15–18, 2013 in NYC
Residency 5: December 13–16, 2013 in NYC
Residency 6: January 24–27, 2014 in NYC
Residency 7: February 21–24, 2014 in NYC
Residency 8: March 14–17, 2014 in NYC
Residency 9: April 11–14, 2014 at Bard
Residency 10: May 9–12, 2014 in NYC MORE >>
Housing and Transportation Students are responsible for their own housing and meals in New York City. Room and board is provided as part of the program tuition for Weekend Residencies held in the Hudson Valley.
Students are responsible for all transportation expenses, including between sites in New York City, and to the Hudson Valley Location.