The 36-credit Business Administration MBA program requires coursework focusing on directional aspects of finance, accounting, marketing, and management. Case studies are designed to prepare students for managerial positions in small businesses as well as large multinational companies.
MBA graduates are desirable in today’s market. Pursuing an online MBA degree will open up doors of opportunity and provide the necessary leverage for corporate advancement to those who possess them. As the current marketplace evolves and becomes more complex, many employers are choosing to balance their need to retain good employees with their need to place candidates with advanced-level knowledge and skills in managerial positions.
Students who wish to major in International Business, Management of Information Technology or in International Hospitality and Tourism Management must complete additional required courses in their major. Students obtaining their online MBA with Schiller International University will expand their business knowledge and leadership abilities through coursework concentrating on managerial aspects of finance and accounting, marketing and management.
This 36-credit MBA program concentrates on managerial aspects of finance and accounting, marketing, and management.
Completion of a bachelor’s degree or equivalent in business administration or completion of a bachelor’s degree or equivalent in a related field such as economics, including Microeconomics, Statistics, Business Law, Marketing, Management, and Accounting. **Note: Students who have not completed required prerequisite courses will take MBA Preparatory Courses. See the requirements in the Catalog for more detailed information on this.
A minimum of 36-semester credits at the graduate level composed of courses listed as follows with a GPA of 3.0 or higher. Students must also successfully complete a comprehensive master’s thesis.
Graduates of the MBA in Business Administration program will be able to demonstrate:
- Extended knowledge base.
- Ability to foster diversity and multicultural perspectives in business.
- Ability to drive and foster change and innovation.
- A honed sense of ethical standards, law, and lines of service.
- Critical thinking and well-developed analytical and decision-making skills.
- Refined management leadership skills.
- Advanced use of information technology.
- Development of highly effective communication skills.
Offered at the following campuses:
Tampa Bay, Madrid, Heidelberg, Paris, and Online
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