At Darden, we empower agile, creative and critical thinkers to be catalysts for business and social transformation, globally. Darden's signature approach to teaching and learning will allow you to pursue your purpose, master business tools and concepts, and gain the holistic leadership skills you need to make an impact.
Tap into the potential of the Darden network while keeping your weekends open. UVA Darden DC Metro, located in the Rosslyn neighborhood of Arlington, Virginia, is a hub of activity with a variety of degree and non-degree program offerings, events, and cross-sector collaboration.
Guided by Darden's world-class faculty, your intentional learning experience will provide you with the skills to lead projects and teams, even in times of great uncertainty. Faculty for professional degree program students are the same faculty that teach students attending the program in Charlottesville.
UVA Darden DC Metro is located less than one more from the District of Columbia. Our Washington, D.C., area location on the banks of the Potomac River is a sleek, modern facility with a 360-degree views of the capital region.
Darden has a significant presence in the global gateway of Washington, D.C., where heads of government and industry help advance faculty research. Darden Associate Dean for Washington, D.C., Area Initiatives Greg Fairchild often moderates events with senior leaders from the public and private sectors.
Meet Our 2023 Cohort
One of the best ways to learn more about our Part-Time MBA is to get to know the students in the program. This August, Darden welcomed the newest cohort of Part-Time MBA students during opening week, which took place on Grounds in Charlottesville. Read more about who joined this class, and the class profile.
"I’m thrilled that I’ve been able to do this [MBA] while continuing my professional career. It’s been incredibly beneficial to have the opportunity to apply the concepts I’m learning in the classroom to my work in real time."
A Part-Time MBA for Your Full-Time Purpose
Tap into the potential of the Darden network while keeping your weekends open.
A flexible schedule (28-48 months) for your MBA, with a cohort-based core curriculum, while you work in the D.C. area. Courses are a mix of in-person, primarily on weekday evenings, and virtual. Not only that, the area is home to the largest alumni bases of the University of Virginia and the Darden School.