Master of Business Administration
The Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) degree is designed to prepare graduates for business leadership positions. The knowledge, practiced skills, and attitudes needed for success in management are taught. Critical and applied thinking as well as oral and written professional communication are emphasized throughout the program. Students can choose to concentrate in one of four tracks: Accounting, Information Systems Management, International Business, or Management.
Length of Program
The program consists of 36 graduate semester hours including the successful completion of a capstone project. Classes are offered in the evening and meet once per week beginning at 6 pm or 8 pm for one hour and forty minutes. Spring and fall terms run 16 weeks; a shorter summer term running 7 weeks meets at 6 pm for three hours and forty minutes. Selected courses are offered in online or hybrid format. Beginning in Fall 2019 students will have the opportunity to choose a fully hybrid learning environment or an on-campus learning environment. Many students complete their M.B.A. in 2 years by attending evening classes on a part-time basis while continuing their full-time employment.
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