The Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) degree in General Business provides a broad-based business curriculum that focuses on developing both analytical business and general managerial skills. The program allows the student to select fifteen (15) credit hours of business administration electives in courses of personal interest. In selecting a major concentration, students may prepare for careers in small business or domestic and international corporations. The degree prepares the student for careers such as marketing, sales and advertising, finance, consulting, project management, and human resources. This program is offered both through classroom lecture and distance learning.


I. Program Prerequisites: 12 Hours
Prerequisite to the M.B.A. program is a bachelor's degree in business; otherwise, the student must either have had the following classes or their equivalent or must take the courses.
BUS3104 Statistical Analysis I [3 hours]
BUS3305 Management Processes & Information Systems [3 hours]
BUS3310 Market Structure & Competitive Analysis [3 hours]
BUS4113 Accounting & Finance for Managers [3 hours]

II. Required Graduate Studies: 6 Hours
RGS6035 Theory & Application of Research Methods [3 hours]
RGS6036 Ethics for Decision Making [3 hours]

III. Major Course Requirements: 15 Hours
ECO6140 Managerial Economics [3 hours]
FIN6186 Managerial Finance [3 hours]
MGT6177 Human Resource Management [3 hours]
MGT6203 Strategic Management [3 hours]
MKT6210 Marketing Management [3 hours]

IV. Business Administration Electives: 15 Hours

V. Minimum Requirements:
• 24 semester hours applicable to the degree must be completed at Amberton University.
• 36 semester hours for a degree, excluding prerequisite courses.

Program taught in:
  • English

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