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Madonna University

Accelerate your career with an MBA from Madonna University! Our program prepares students with business degree and non-business degree backgrounds to succeed in today’s c ... [+]

Why Study Business Administration MBA at Madonna University?

Accelerate your career with an MBA from Madonna University! Our program prepares students with business degree and non-business degree backgrounds to succeed in today’s complex and dynamic work and business environments. You’ll engage with faculty to expand your business knowledge, values-based leadership skills, global mindset, research and analytical skill-set. Throughout the program, you will cultivate excellent communication capabilities and cross-disciplinary aptitudes for working in culturally and intellectually diverse environments.

Unique features: Flexible scheduling for working professionals Small class size 1:12 student/faculty ratio Case-based instruction Practice-based real-world orientation The research focused on capstone research project Program Overview ... [-]
USA Livonia Gaylord Charter Township of Clinton
September 2020
Full-time
Part-time
Campus
Online
Online & Campus Combined
Northwood University

The DeVos Graduate School at Northwood University produces MBAs who go on to become leaders in today’s global, free-enterprise society. ... [+]

The DeVos Graduate School at Northwood University produces MBAs who go on to become leaders in today’s global, free-enterprise society.

Frequently Asked Questions How long is the program?

The coursework will be completed in 24 months. There are approximately five to six courses per year. Your Admissions Advisor(s) will assist you with the enrollment calendar.

How many credits and courses do I need to take to graduate?

To earn your MBA degree, you must complete 36 semester hours of credit and achieve a 3.0 or higher cumulative grade point average. This translates to 12 courses to complete the degree. You can review the course curriculum for more details.

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USA Midland
September 2020
Part-time
24 months
Online
Northwood University

The DeVos Graduate School at Northwood University produces MBAs who go on to become leaders in today’s global, free-enterprise society. ... [+]

The DeVos Graduate School at Northwood University produces MBAs who go on to become leaders in today’s global, free-enterprise society.

Students partake in an educational and transformational journey that is rooted in the Northwood Idea, Northwood University’s educational outcomes, and a unique, student-driven learning model.

The DeVos experience creates highly effective leaders through a process of personal and professional transformation based on an integrative curriculum and student-driven learning methodology.

MBA programs in a variety of formats and geographies are offered. All programs share specific academic student outcomes of achieving highly developed business acumen, critical thinking, and personal effectiveness skills.... [-]

USA Midland
September 2020
Full-time
Part-time
12 - 24 months
Campus
Stephen M. Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan

At Michigan, the MBA is not only about management education. It’s also about management development. Through across-the-board academic excellence, unique interdisciplinar ... [+]

The Clear Choice for Best-In-Class Business Education

At Michigan, the MBA is not only about management education. It’s also about management development. Through across-the-board academic excellence, unique interdisciplinary programs, and action-based learning, Michigan\'s Ross School of Business develops tomorrow’s business leaders one individual at a time. The Evening MBA program integrates the depth and resources of Michigan’s MBA day program into a flexible, part-time format to satisfy the varied requirements of working professionals.

The program exposes you to a blend of intellectual capital designed to stimulate your experience as a student, offer immediate utility in your workplace and provide a platform for lifelong learning. Its quality is reflected in the expertise of its faculty, who teach in the Day MBA program as well as Michigan’s acclaimed Executive Education program. As an evening student, you will receive a premier management education, enhanced by the resources of one of the world’s most respected research universities.... [-]

USA Ann Arbor
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Part-time
Campus
Stephen M. Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan

The business world has changed dramatically. What companies want in MBA graduates, and what MBAs need to succeed, has changed with it. ... [+]

The business world has changed dramatically. What companies want in MBA graduates, and what MBAs need to succeed, has changed with it.

The University of Michigan Business School’s approach is uniquely designed to promote excellence in students looking to immerse themselves in the MBA experience. As a general management institution, Michigan provides superb academics across the board, drawing on a long tradition of building faculty excellence in every business function, not just in an area or two. The Business School’s personalized approach blends delivery of leading-edge knowledge based on an acclaimed research legacy with progressive professional development. This rigorous curriculum follows a proven progression of coursework in essential core requirements, a broad offering of elective studies and an enriching selection of concentrated assignments on and off campus. The program delivers a combination of innovative theories and relevant real-world applications to fulfill your expectations and meet the shifting demands of the global business community. It is a powerful dimension of the Michigan MBA, one that provides graduates with a distinct advantage.... [-]

USA Ann Arbor
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Full-time
2 years
Campus
The Richard DeVos Graduate School of Management, Northwood University

The Full-time MBA program is a dynamic 15-month, weekday, daytime curriculum, offered at the Midland, Michigan location only. ... [+]

The Full-time MBA program is a dynamic 15-month, weekday, daytime curriculum, offered at the Midland, Michigan location only.

Who is a Full-time candidate at DeVos?

• An individual from any undergraduate discipline• Individual with varying degrees of professional work experience• Seeks a diverse cross-cultural global learning environment• Able to dedicate the time and effort required to be immersed in a Full-time MBA curriculum.

Required Curriculum

Analysis of Individual BehaviorEconomic Perspective & AnalysisQuantitative Methods & Problem SolvingLeadership, Management & InfluenceManagerial Accounting & ControlBusiness Management Simulation & ExercisesManagerial FinanceManagerial MarketingOperations ManagementManagerial EconomicsCorporate Financial ManagementLine of Business StrategyThe Managerial PerspectiveCorporate StrategyManagement & Leadership SimulationEntrepreneurshipEntrepreneurial Project... [-]

USA Midland Troy
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Full-time
15 months
Campus
Oakland University School of Business Administration

A program leading to the MBA with special emphasis in information technology and international business is offered by the School of Business Administration ... [+]

Master of Business Administration A program leading to the Master of Business Administration (MBA) with special emphasis in information technology and international business is offered by the School of Business Administration. It is designed to educate students for managerial roles in private, public, or not-for-profit sectors of the economy. MBA ElectivesAll MBA students are required to complete a minimum of 15 credits of electives. Of these, one course must be an information technology elective, and one must be an international elective. The remaining nine credits may be drawn from MBA open or specified elective courses offered by the School of Business Administration or from approved courses offered by other units of the university. All MBA electives are numbered at the 600 levels, with the exception of those electives offered as part of the Master of Accounting Program. MBA ConcentrationsIf an MBA student wants a more structured set of electives, they can take one of the MBA concentrations listed below. A single class may not count toward more than one concentration. Concentration eligibility will vary depending on the student's program requirements. - Accounting Concentration - Business Economics Concentration - Entrepreneurship Concentration - Finance Concentration - Financial Information Systems - Human Resources Management Concentration - Management Information Systems Concentration - Marketing Concentration - Production/Operations Management Concentration - International Business Concentration... [-]

USA Rochester
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Full-time
Campus
Seidman College of Business, Grand Valley State University

The Seidman College of Business and Michigan State University College of Law offer the dual JD/MBA ... [+]

The Seidman College of Business and Michigan State University College of Law offer the dual JD/MBA and JD/MST. The partnership enables students to transfer 12 credits of Seidman graduate courses to the MSU College of Law JD program and 12 credits of JD credits to the appropriate graduate business program, thus reducing the total number of graduate credit hours required to complete both programs from 121 to 97. Prerequisites for both programs must be met in addition to the 97 graduate credits. Participating students must meet admission standards of each school and be admitted to both programs prior to registering for coursework that will be transferred to either program.

The transfer work from MSU College of Law will complete the elective portion of the MBA or MST program. Thus, students pursuing this degree will complete, in addition to the business prerequisites, the four required core courses and three of five directed electives in the case of the MBA, and the 5 required and 2 constrained electives for the MST. Specific coursework to be transferred to the MBA from MSU College of Law must be planned with the graduate program director, and for the MST, with the student's assigned faculty advisor. Students are referred to the Admissions Office of MSU College of Law for advising with respect to the JD and the specific MBA and MST transfer courses.... [-]

USA Grand Rapids
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Full-time
Campus
Seidman College of Business, Grand Valley State University

The combined MSN/MBA is designed to prepare graduate nurses for professional opportunities in health care delivery systems. ... [+]

Seidman College of Business and Kirkhof College of Nursing offer a combined Master of Business Administration and Master of Science in Nursing (MSN/MBA). Persons wishing this degree must meet the admission requirements of both schools with the exception that satisfactory performance on only the Graduate Record Exam (GRE), rather than the GMAT, is required. Applicants for the MSN/MBA may be admitted to the joint program or to either the MSN or the MBA depending on each college's admission committee review and decision. The combined MSN/MBA is designed to prepare graduate nurses for professional opportunities in health care delivery systems.

Master of Science in Nursing/Master of Business Administration Program... [-]

USA Grand Rapids
September 2020
Full-time
Campus