The business landscape is changing, and so are the expectations of employers and shareholders. The ten concentrations available in the MBA program develop the broad and functional skills needed to survive in today’s robust business environment.
A concentration shall include at least nine (9) credit hours. Completion of the concentration requires students to complete courses from at least two academic departments within the concentration.
Students may choose from the concentration areas below:
This concentration blends business knowledge with the ability to extract, clean, and analyze data. Students will be taught basic programming skills to work with data, statistics to understand it and modeling skills to determine what it means for their business.
Business Technology (CBT) - previously called Electronic Business
This concentration is designed to equip students with the technical and managerial acumen required for management and leadership functions in electronic applications for businesses and industries of today and the future.
This concentration equips students with the required knowledge, theory, methods and techniques necessary for understanding collaboration in any environment. It highlights the power of synergy in teamwork and trains students to fully harness these benefits.
The change across the health care industry in the past decade has been both monumental and groundbreaking and now, more than ever, businesses need to be able to ride this wave of change. Whether you are already in the health care industry or plan to enter it at some point, this concentration will adequately prepare you. It is designed to advance students' practical expertise in managing diverse health care processes necessary for individual and corporate growth and development.
The concentration is useful for individuals currently employed in Human Resources and for those who desire to enter the field. The graduate courses required for this concentration address both theory and application from Communication, Psychology, and Business areas.
This concentration prepares students to manage successfully in a global business environment that is both complex and changing. It offers an unparalleled academic experience both in the classroom and abroad in countries across Europe, Central America and Asia.
Thinking of a career in today’s volatile financial services industry? The Investment Science concentration is structured to provide students with up-to-date theories, practices, and strategies for investment management and analysis. Students acquire the advanced management and analytical skills needed to launch a successful career in the financial services industry.
This concentration adopts rigorous theoretical and quantitative analysis in preparing students to identify and manage various types of financial risk. It provides a practical and hands on experience in addressing real world risk management problems.
A concentration in Supply Chain Management allows you to customize your program in order to enhance your professional and personal success through the development of critical skills in quality management, process improvement, and sustainability. Specific topics in this concentration include materials management, logistics, global sourcing, new product innovation, and strategic supply chain management.
The concentration provides students with an in-depth appreciation of the environmental and social dimensions of conducting business in a global market.
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