Master of Business Administration (MBA)
As an MBA student, you will study the essential areas of business, learning the most advanced theories and skills required in today’s hyper-competitive environment. The 12-course curriculum includes 9 core courses covering the functional areas of business—accounting, economics, finance, management, and marketing—along with ethics, leadership, organizational behavior, legal issues, global business, and strategy.
You may then choose one of the following concentrations:
Prepares you for financial leadership roles in corporations, investment banks, or financial planning firms by providing an understanding of markets and institutions, investments and financial planning.
Human Resource Management
Prepares you for executive roles in human resource management by providing skills in human resource leadership, training and development, and compensation and benefits.
Health Care Administration
Prepares you for leadership roles as a practicing clinician and health care professional in health care organizations within the private or public sector.
Prepares you to be a leader, executive, and change agent in your organization, along with providing skills in human resource management, operations management, and change management.