• MBA Areas of concentration


    The Public Administration Concentration is designed to support the effective development of aspiring governmental managers and senior governmental leaders. The concentration focuses on strategic management and leadership as well as management issues related to improving organizational performance. The concentration retains the strong MBA core course sequence while substituting four courses specifically designed for public administration wishing to expand their capacity as well as those seeking entry into public administration.  Curriculum/Courses


    The Leadership Concentration is designed to enhance the learner’s leadership effectiveness. Students will study leadership concepts, analyze leadership situations, and assess their own skill set to develop a professional development plan in the area of leadership. The concentration is formatted to allow the student to select courses that address contemporary topics in leadership with the focus on building and growing their skill set in the areas of critical thinking, analysis, reasoning, judgment and application of the concepts studied. (available online)  Curriculum/Courses


    The Accounting Concentration can help give you a professional advantage in one of today's fastest-growing business fields.  Whether you are looking for a way to enter the world of accounting or are currently an accounting professional seeking to open doors to new career options and enhance your skill set, the concentration will help make your credentials stand out.  It focuses on skills and knowledge directly relevant to the workplace and courses are taught by faculty with demonstrated professional expertise and leadership in accounting.  This program was developed for students with an undergraduate degree in accounting, although non-accounting majors could benefit from the concentration.  Curriculum/Courses


    The Finance concentration in the MBA Program is designed to enable students to gain a deeper knowledge in areas such as; financial modeling, investments and the role of global financial markets and institutions and their effect on the global economy. The concentration is designed to benefit any student with an undergraduate in Business, Accounting, or Finance.  Curriculum/Courses


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