Master of Business Administration

The Master of Business Administration is a professional degree program for individuals with an undergraduate degree in any major. Its purpose is to prepare students for advancement into higher levels of management in their chosen fields. The program emphasizes management and administration in a rapidly changing environment. The MBA is designed to enhance competency in the functional areas of business administration by providing graduates with skills and perspectives needed for success.

Multiple instructional techniques are used in the MBA Program, including case analyses, field studies, small group projects, research and analysis papers, problem solving, and computer applications.

The degree is offered in the following areas of concentration: accounting, finance, health care management, human resource management, information assurance, international business, leadership studies, management information systems, marketing, tourism and hospitality management, and general MBA.

MBA (Accounting)
MBA (Finance)
MBA (Health Care Management)
MBA (Sports Management)
MBA (Human Resource Management)
MBA (Information Assurance)
MBA (International Business)
MBA (Leadership Studies)
MBA (Management Information Systems)
MBA (Marketing)
MBA (Tourism and Hospitality Managment)
Graduate course listing for Master of Business Administration
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