Master of Business Administration University Of Massachusetts Dartmouth
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Advance your career with a Charlton MBA degree
The Charlton Master of Business Administration (MBA) provides advanced study in management for those with business or non-business bachelor degrees. This MBA program requires 30 credit hours and can be completed part-time or full-time, on-campus or online.
The Charlton MBA is responsive to the changing demands of the global, technology-driven economy. Taught by leading business scholars and seasoned industry professionals, this advanced degree also offers you the option to concentrate on specific areas.
10 concentrations available (on-campus)
- business analytics (STEM approved)
- environmental policy (interdisciplinary)
- health systems management
- international business
- organizational leadership
- public management (interdisciplinary)
- supply chain management and information systems
- Proven quality: Invest in a degree that’s accredited by the AACSB, the "gold standard" of business school recognition.
- Flexible: Complete your degree in one year, full-time—or part-time, at your own pace.
- Customizable: Concentrate in the field that corresponds to your own interests and career goals.
- Practical: Take advantage of opportunities for experiential learning, collaboration, and professional networking.
- Value: A private college educational experience and public university value.
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