The University of New Haven’s Flexible MBA will transform you into a business leader by building your knowledge base and honing the skills you need to become a strategic, collaborative, corporate thinker.
Designed for working professionals, the Flexible MBA provides students with the convenience of studying on a part-time or full-time basis with courses offered on the evenings, on weekends, and online. The program is offered at our world-class Graduate Center in Orange, CT, a former corporate headquarters now home to our MBA, Management of Sports Industries, and Taxation programs.
With eight different program concentrations, the University of New Haven’s Flexible Evening MBA combines foundational business coursework with advanced specialized study to allow you to prepare appropriately for your individual career aspirations.
No matter where you are in your business career, earning an M.B.A. can position you to follow your passion, make the transition to a completely different industry, start a company of your own, or simply broaden your strategic thinking.
MBA CONCENTRATION DESCRIPTIONS:
The concentration in accounting is recommended for those MBA students who desire an accounting specialization.
The concentration in business intelligence is designed to provide students with the practical skills and theoretical knowledge to deploy data-driven, evidence-based thinking in the service of strategic and tactical business decisions. The concentration consists of four courses.
Business Policy and Strategic Leadership
The concentration in business policy and strategic leadership prepares managers to deal with the increasing emphasis given by companies to the development and implementation of innovative global business strategies. The program focuses on strategic concepts and processes and relates them to general management and functional supervision. A grounding in formulation of business policy and strategy for both internal growth and growth by mergers and acquisitions is provided.
Finance (with optional CFA Exam Track)
The goal of the finance concentration is to provide students with advanced study in financial services and corporate finance. The concentration emphasizes the understanding and application of concepts from finance that will be useful in future career growth. Five courses (15 credits) are required.
Human Resource Management
The human resource management concentration provides an overview of the various sub functions of human resources including training, labor relations, and compensation. Courses cover employment law, benefits administration, finance for human resource managers, and special topics that provide practical and experiential learning. Four courses are required.
The concentration in international business responds to the needs of business, academic, and governmental institutions in keeping pace - in a more focused manner - with rapid changes and the impact of globalization on management practice. It offers graduates the more specialized skills and experiences they need to enable them to succeed as leaders in the global marketplace. Four courses (12 credits) are required.
The marketing concentration is designed to equip students with the skills necessary to effectively market products and services in a growing global marketplace. Courses cover topics international marketing, market research, buyer behavior, product management, and more.
As sports have grown as an industry, the need for sports managers with specialized business skills and training has increased. This concentration is for students who would like to pursue careers in the sports industry as well as for those who already work in the industry who are seeking career advancement. The focus of the program is on business applications in the key areas of facility management, sports finance, and collegiate athletic administration. Four courses (12 credits) are required.
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