MBA—Master of Business Administration
Graduate Program Chair
Joseph McAloon, MBA
|Diane Caggiano, JD
||Michael Leamy, EdD
|Beverley Hollingsworth, PhD
||James T. Noonan, PhD
|Kwahng Kim, PhD
||Audrey Pereira, PhD
The Master of Business Administration (MBA) Program is designed to prepare leaders in business and in administration. It seeks to develop decision makers with strong analytical skills who are socially responsible, sensitive to cultural diversity and aware of the broadening world market. The MBA Program is also offered as a fully online program.
The MBA program is comprised of a common core of advanced courses in business, and a concentration in one of three areas: Accounting, Management, and Human Resources Management, for a total of 30 credits.
To complete the degree students must fulfill the following:
Six courses (18 credits) in advanced core
In the advanced core students acquire advanced skills and knowledge regarding current business and management practice and methodology.
Three specialized concentrations
The specialized concentrations are in the fields of accounting, human resources management and management. Each concentration includes specialized courses and one elective.
Admissions Standards and Criteria
We are accredited by The International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education (IACBE). To enroll in the Master of Business Administration Program, a student must submit documents as outlined in the graduate admissions section as well as:
- An undergraduate GPA not less than 2.8 (students below a 2.8 must also submit a letter of recommendation to be considered for admission)
- TOEFL scores for natives of non-English speaking countries
Applicants to the MBA program who hold a bachelor degree in business are usually ready to begin the graduate-level coursework immediately, assuming that they have a suitable academic background. Professional experience is also a suitable foundation for graduate work. Students who do not hold a bachelor degree in business, or do not have the equivalent in professional experience, may wish to take courses at the undergraduate level to build a stronger foundation for graduate level work. Determination is made by the Graduate Program Chair.
For students in the on-campus program, MGMT 9700 - Internship in Management may be repeated but counted only once toward the student’s program of study.
A maximum of two course substitutions may be applied towards a student’s program of study with approval of the Graduate Program Chair.