The Master of Business Administration degree provides a real-world overview of business organization and enterprise by developing and refining your business knowledge and skills in such areas as economics, statistics, marketing, organizational behavior, accounting, finance and management information systems.
You will grow through a curriculum that is designed to strengthen the business skills and abilities most needed to increase productivity, versatility, leadership skills, decisiveness and flexibility. There are six MBA degree concentrations: Energy Management (New for 2012), Applied Business, Human Resources/Leadership, Health Systems Administration, Market Development, and Finance.
The MBA consists of 36 credits in total. Required courses make up 27 of these, and the remaining nine come from electives to be chosen according to your selected concentration.
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