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Master of Business Administration

An Accelerated, Online and Career-Focused MBA

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Watch Michael Williams, Business and Management, discuss the MBA program and how it serves adult learners.

The Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree is a relevant and rigorous online graduate program that can be completed in about 15 months. Some courses include periodic live online participation at specific set times. All courses are offered in eight week formats, six terms per year which include January, March, May, July, September and November. The MBA start/entry periods are January, May and September.

What You Will Learn in the MBA Program
Students will learn advanced communication, analytical and leadership skills. Learn more about our MBA Program outcomes.

Preparing to Become a Business Professional
The MBA program prepares students for leadership roles in a wide range of industries.  Students may select from the following areas of study: Accounting, Data Analytics, Finance, Healthcare Management, Human Resource Management or Marketing.

ACBSP AccreditedThe MBA program is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP).

Prerequisites: The graduate entrance exam is not required; however, on a case-by-case basis, the dean may require an applicant to submit GMAT scores. All MBA candidates are required to have completed undergraduate courses in the following topics: Financial Accounting, Statistics and Microeconomics or candidates can register for the Graduate Business Degree Preparatory Program that is scheduled prior to MBA entry terms. Learn more.

Credit Distribution

Subject/Category Credits
I. Core Courses 21
A. ETM-750: Ethics for Managers (3)
B. MKM-700: Marketing Management (3)
C. FIN-710: Financial Management (3)
D. SOP-720: Strategic Operations Management (3)
E. GSM-730: Global Strategic Management (3)
F. ORR-710: Organizational Research (taken 1-2 terms prior to capstone)* (3)
G. MAN-630: Management Capstone (last course to complete degree)* (3)
II. Electives and Areas of Study
Students may select any combination of MBA electives or select one of the following areas of study: Accounting, Data Analytics, Finance, Healthcare Management, Human Resource Management or Marketing.
A. ENP-732: Entrepreneurship (3)
B. HRM-761: Human Resource Management in the 21st Century Global Workplace (3)
C. PJM-721: Project Management (3)
D. MKR-700: Market Research (3)
E. SOM-702: Social Media (3)
F. INV-711: Investments (3)
G. FSA-712: Financial Statement Analysis (3)
H. NEG-731: Negotiations (3)
I. SUS-700: Designing a Business Case for Sustainability (3)
J. MCO-740: Management Communications (3)
III. Areas of Study
Students selecting an area of study must complete all course work listed under the area of study designation and have the option of satisfying a portion of the course work in the area of study with Prior Learning Assessment (PLA).
A. Accounting  
B. Data Analytics  
C. Finance  
D. Healthcare Management  
E. Human Resource Management  
F. Marketing  
Total Credits 39

*Note: Organizational Research (ORR-710) must be taken prior to the Management Capstone (MBA-730).You cannot take them in the same term. Contact your academic advisor to register for both courses.

Meet the Dean

“Our MBA is an accelerated, highly flexible and career-focused degree program that is offered completely online and provides graduates with competencies that are in demand by the fastest growing professions and industries.”

» Michael Williams, Ph.D.

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