International Master of Business Administration (IMBA) - Entrepreneurship
The International Master of Business Administration of Stratford University aims to help managers gain a distinct advantage in their profession, whether they are in industrial, financial, global, government or non-profit institutions. To achieve this goal, Stratford University offers a broad-based program curriculum which hopes to strike a balance between technical training and practical problem-solving that is founded on current management theories and approaches. It is complemented by case analyses, company/industry studies, business games and other experiential learning methods. A conscious effort has been made to develop a curriculum responsive to the unique features of global environments. IMBA students engage in an intensive study in current management concepts and techniques through a core curriculum covering the functional areas in business as well analytical decision making. Students gain added functional expertise by selecting a specialization courses. The requirement for graduation is 54 quarter credits and normally takes 60 weeks (6 quarters) to complete. The IMBA in Entrepreneurship specialization requirements include Growth Strategies for Emerging Markets, New Venture Creation, and International Competitive Strategy and Innovation.
Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools
Students applying to the Graduate school must have a baccalaureate degree from a college or university with a minimum 2.5 GPA.
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It is the goal of Stratford University to assist every eligible student in procuring financial aid that enables the student to attend the University. The University participates in various federal student financial assistance programs.