Master of Business Administration (MBA) - Entrepreneurship
The MBA program at Stratford University focuses on creating the world's future business leaders. The curriculum incorporates the industry reliance on information technology and the need to undergo frequent transformation. The program focuses on helping students develop and nurture their analytical, technical, and interpersonal skills. The first year program is focused on foundation courses that will offer the student the ability to discover the area of concentration they want to explore for their second year. These courses also give the student a diverse and broad understanding of all facets of business administration. The second year of study allows the student to choose an area of concentration. The total requirement is 90 quarter credits and normally takes 2 years (10 quarters) to complete. The MBA in Entrepreneurship specialization requirements include Growth Strategies for Emerging Companies, New Venture Financing, New Venture Creation and Business Plan for the New Venture.
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.