The M.B.A. program at National-Louis University's College of Management and Business offers a diverse series of courses which will present the experienced practitioner with the financial/accounting/economic skills, as well as the practical people/leadership skills needed to succeed in today's increasingly complex organizational settings. These courses are designed to address practical problems, rather than theoretical ones so that students will be able to apply their new knowledge and skills in their work settings almost immediately. Further, the courses are sequenced to provide continuity and will contain common themes and threads. These themes and threads will include communication issues, issues of diversity, law, and ethics, as well as strategic thinking and leadership skills. This program is designed to serve adults who work in complex organizations, public as well as private, not-for-profit as well as for-profit, and to help them work more effectively with superiors, peers, and subordinates in identifying, clarifying and solving organizational goals and problems.
This M.B.A. program is offered at selected locations convenient to working adults who meet in cohort groups which remain together for the entire program.
Our M.B.A program is offered in three innovative formats: in-class (Web-enhanced), online and hybrid. Students progress through the program with a cohort of 15 to 20 diverse students who reflect teams you may encounter on the job. Courses meet just once a week in the in-class format, in which face-to-face coursework is supported by participation in a Web-based classroom site that can be accessed anytime, anywhere. Instruction in the online format is conducted via our Web-based learning platform. Online courses are much like classroom courses, with definite objectives tied to specific course content. Cutting edge tools such as streaming media and strategic management simulations will enhance your learning. Our hybrid format provides innovative combinations of our in-class and the online formats.
MBA Students will be able to choose from three concentrations:
General Management Concentration, Finance Concentration,
and Marketing Concentration
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