The Alfred University M.B.A. focuses on decision making and emphasizes the use of technology in management. The curriculum has a special focus on enterprise resource planning (ERP) and integrates the use of SAP business suites (R/3, BW, SCM, SEM, CRM).
Graduates of the Alfred University MBA program
will demonstrate effective leadership and teamwork skills, integrate their functional knowledge of business to make decisions, use a global perspective in decision making and understand the need for ethical practices in business.
The Alfred University M.B.A. program
is accredited by AACSB-International.
Full and Part-Time Study
Students may attend the M.B.A. program on a part-time or full-time basis. The program is designed so that full-time students who need 30 credits can complete their course of study in less than one calendar year.
Financial Aid and Assistantships
Both financial aid and a limited number of assistantships are available.
M.B.A. coursework has three components:
* Foundation courses - feature fundamentals of business knowledge that can be completed at the undergraduate level prior to starting the program or as part of the program.
* Core - reflects the current and emerging trends in management. Core courses have a balance of qualitative and quantitative course work to prepare students for effective leadership and management.
* Electives - designed to align with current business practices.
* Courses offered
MBA Course Requirements
Foundation Courses (28 credit hours) ACCT 211
MKTG 221 Financial Accounting
Introduction to Economics & Markets
Principles of Macroeconomics
Mgmt. & Organizational Behavior
Marketing Principles and Management
Core (18 credit hours) MBA 611
Accounting Information Systems
Business Decision Making
Electives (12 credit hours) MBA 640
American Economic History
Portfolio Management: Personal & Corporate Planning
Enterprise Resource Planning
Seminar in Business Issues