Spring Hill’s MBA program offers broad- based management education designed to prepare students for today’s competitive and challenging job market. The curriculum focuses on developing managers and leaders who are skilled in the traditional business disciplines of accounting, finance, economics, quantitative business analysis, marketing, management, international business, and strategy to prepare individuals for responsibilities in middle and upper-level management positions. A variety of teaching methods are utilized including, but not limited to, classroom study, team presentations, computer simulations and direct application to real business problems.
Spring Hill faculty focus on business education grounded in Ignatian business values in the Jesuit, liberal arts tradition that incorporates key learning themes that are extremely relative in today’s global, competitive business environment.
• Globalization: the increasing integration of economies around the world, particularly through trade and investment, the movement of people and knowledge across national borders, and to broader dimensions such as foreign cultures, politics and environment.
• Technology and Social Media: current innovation in these areas and the increasing popularity and use of social media and technology requires that today’s graduates have the skills to effectively utilize these tools for dissemination of information, analytical management and communication.
• Sustainability: focusing on the triple bottom line, i.e., the development and integration of economically, socially and environmentally sustainable business practices, and corporate social responsibility, with acceptance and adoption of rigorous ethical, professional and legal standards in the practice of business and management in general.
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges
International Student Requirements:
Equivalency of a US earned bachelor's degree or higher, transcripts certified & transcribed by a service like WES, an acceptable score on a test of English proficiency such as TOEFL (score of 213 on the CBT or 80 on the IBT), acceptable GMAT score, proof of financial resources.
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Master's College or University I
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