The Master of Business Administration
program offers a broad set of business management tools while also allowing students a choice of concentration in order to tailor their degrees to fit their careers and learning goals. The program curriculum prepares working professionals to become effective decision makers and managers in a world increasingly affected by globalization, technology and ethical challenges. It is designed for working professionals from a wide range of backgrounds who wish to advance or enhance their business careers.
Students who have not had courses in certain fields of study may be required to take additional coursework as a prerequisite for completing some of the concentrations.
The Master of Business Administration program
will use basic computer literacy skills (such as word processing, basic use of spreadsheets) that will be expected of students in the workplace. Students entering the MBA program
are expected to have a basic knowledge of MS Office or equivalent.
The MBA program
is an exciting educational option for students looking to increase their understanding, advance their careers, and expand their opportunities in the world of business.
Concentrations are available in the following areas:
Area 1: Core Component
- Health Services Administration
- Hospitality and Tourism Management**
- Human Resource Management
- Information Systems Management
- International Business
- Professional Studies
- Project Management
- Public Administration
The Business Enterprise
Leadership and Organizational Behavior
Managerial Economics and Globalization
Law, Ethics, and Corporate Governance
40.5 Credit Hours
Area 2: Concentration
Accounting Information Systems
Organizational Tax Research and Planning
13.5 Credit Hours
54.0 Minimum Total Hours Required