Although the MBA is one of the most recognizable advanced degrees in business, all MBA programs do not look alike. It is important that you find the right program for you.
Our MBA program is built on the participant centered learning model. Class participation will be a large percentage of grades in each class, especially through the use of case studies. The best candidates for this type of program will value problem solving, group work and dealing with ambiguity as important contemporary skills.
The MBA program includes 10 courses (30 credits). Optional concentrations are available with 3 additional courses (9 credits). Courses typically meet once a week for four hours. A hybrid MBA, consisting of online work and one in-class meeting per month is also available.
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Graduate Student Handbook (for course catalog information)
Our next Information Session will be held Wednesday, May 29, 2013 at Newtown