Master of Business Administration (MBA)

General

Program Description

The Master of Business Administration (MBA) program is designed for students with diverse undergraduate backgrounds. It is a program suitable for both nonbusiness and business graduates. Normally, the program requires 48 hours of graduate work for non-business majors. With an undergraduate degree in business, the program may be completed with a minimum of 30 credit hours.

The goal of the MBA program is to prepare individuals for the responsibilities of management in a wide variety of business and nonbusiness endeavors. Optional concentrations are available, by taking additional hours, in Health Care Administration and International Business.

Concentrations

  • MBA - Health Care Administration Concentration: In addition to the 30 semester hour MBA Advanced Coursework, the Health Care Administration concentration requires an additional 12 semester hours
  • MBA - International Business Concentration: In addition to the 30 semester hour MBA Advanced Coursework, the International Business concentration requires an additional 12 semester hours
Last updated December 2017

About the School

The College of Business supports the mission of the University by serving the higher educational needs of business students in the region. Programs are designed to help students advance their educatio ... Read More

The College of Business supports the mission of the University by serving the higher educational needs of business students in the region. Programs are designed to help students advance their education in business to become more productive citizens, further their careers, and pursue advanced studies within a changing global environment. Undergraduate programs offer selected specializations built on a foundation of general education and a broad business core. The Master of Business Administration program provides more advanced general management education with selected concentrations. The Master of Accountancy program offers advanced accounting studies. The College promotes a high code of ethics, special concern for student learning, and the effective use of technology. Teaching and the resultant learning are the highest priority of the College. To that end, faculty intellectual contributions of applied scholarship and instructional development are emphasized. Faculty development, community service and involvement in professional organizations resulting in service to key stakeholders are stressed. The College solicits input from its primary stakeholders through advisory councils. Read less
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