Today's service-oriented economy presents opportunities and challenges in the business environment. Business managers need to navigate through a formidable array of new products, emerging markets, international partnerships and mergers, and developing technologies. The Master of Business Administration program provides a broad view of the functional areas needed by business managers. These include corporate finance, economics, strategic planning, marketing, and accounting.
The Master of Business Administration is a 42-credit program normally completed within three years. Students can pursue the MBA degree in Management with one of the following eight specializtions: Entrepreneurship, General Management, Healthcare Management, Human Resource Management, International Business Finance, Organizational Development, Organizational Leadership, or Residential Real Estate Entrepreneurship. The sequence begins with basic courses that provide general knowledge of business and management. The advanced courses a student takes focus on the chosen subject area.