Robert Morris University

Master of Business Administration



Program Information

Degrees Offered:

M.B.A. - Master of Business Administration; Areas of concentration include: Accounting,Accounting/Finance, Human Resource Management, Management, Management/Finance, Management/Human Resource Management

Format: Campus

Program Description:

The Morris Graduate School of Management (MGSM) is one of the fastest growing graduate programs in Illinois. According to Crain's 2013 MBA Guide, MGSM is in the top 5 for incoming GPA. MGSM has expanded offerings to seven additional locations throughout Illinois to meet increasing student demand. The MGMS’s growth is attributed to its affordable tuition and opportunities for growth and leadership development. Students at MGSM enjoy dynamic faculty members, one-to-one advising, and flexible scheduling. Currently MGSM offers 3 degrees, with multiple concentrations or areas of study for each degree. The Master of Business Administration (MBA) has 6 concentrations: Human Resources, Human Resources/Management, Accounting, Accounting/Finance, Management and Management/Finance. The Master of Information Systems has 4 areas of study: Data Analytics, IT/IS Network Security, IT/IS Management and Mobile Application Development. The Master of Management has 5 concentrations: Health Care Administration, Higher Education Administration, Sports Administration, Law Enforcement Administration and Design & Media. MGSM offers multiple delivery options for earning an MBA, MIS or MM. Our programs are designed to accommodate professionals who are balancing multiple responsibilities, including work. Evening, weekend, day and lunch hour MidDay courses are available. A benefit for alumni of MGSM is that they may earn a second degree for free! This allows an individual to empower themselves and increase their marketability. Students will be charged only a $100 per course registration fee, but no tuition fees.



Facts & Figures

Classification: Master's College or University I

Loans Offered: There are different types of financial aid funding available. Sources include federal government grants, loans and work study, state grants, insitutional and outside scholarships, and private loan funding. Robert Morris FASFA Code: 003359

Locale: Large Suburb

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