Masters in Business Administration, M.B.A.
A master's degree in businessadministration is available online or face-to-face through the following locations:
About this Program
This program promotes effective management in today’s dynamic business environment. Students develop techniques for decision making based on pertinent data, incorporating responsibility and ethical practices.
The M.B.A. is a 48-hour program, consisting of foundational core courses, like Research Methods or Strategic Management, and field-specific courses from the student’s chosen specialization.
- Accounting - The accounting specialization provides opportunities for career advancement, especially in the fields of financial analysis and tax accounting.
- General Business - Receive master’s-level training in a vast array of business courses that will advance students’ field knowledge and career opportunities. This degree offers students the freedom to customize the specialization to best fit their career advancement goals.
- Health Care Administration - The health care administration specialization gives students the opportunity to advance their careers in the health sector to upper management and administration in a variety of locales, including hospitals, primary care facilities, nursing homes, insurance companies, and government health care agencies.
- Human Resource Management - The human resource is the fundamental element in the U.S. economy. An MBA in human resource management prepares students to effectively manage the labor force of any workplace, large or small, by emphasizing analytical skills as well as communication and organizational development.
- International Management - Intended for students who may plan to work outside the U.S. or conduct business internationally, this program focuses heavily on global finance as well as global decision-making. Earning such skills at the master’s level carries with it limitless earning potential, marketability, and career advancement opportunities.
- Management - The management specialization is tailored to students who wish to proceed to a supervisory position in any business organization. Curriculum is compiled from core courses like Managerial Economics, and field-specific courses, such as Diversity Management.
- Management Information Systems - Managing the information technology world is key to success in any modern business. Information systems elements support organizational framework for human resources, finance, accounting, security and all other technology-based operations. This program increases students’ marketability in the realm of senior management.
- Project Management - The project management specialization is geared toward professionals interested in business development and focuses on issues of development in field-specific courses like Managing Complex Projects.
The MBA requires 48 semester hours. Your specialization will determine how many hours in that area you are required. Below is a sample of the Accounting specialization degree plan.VIEW DEGREE PLAN
Core courses for the MBA include; accounting, business admin., economics, management, marketing, finance, and management information systems.CORE REQUIREMENTS