The Master of Business Administration consists of a core management curriculum, the MBA supplemental core, an elective concentration and a capstone program. During this program students also have the option of participating in a professional development seminar and mentoring program.
Total minimum credits required for program completion is 40 credits depending on the student's choice of capstone.
The MBA can be completed by students attending full time (2 nights per week) in less than 2 years. On a part-time basis (one night per week), the program takes less than 3 years.Matriculation Plan: Click to view a matriculation plan for a part-time or full-time schedule.
MGT 6412 Management Writing & Resources
MGT 6420 Organizational Behavior
MGT 6431 Research Methods
MGT 6413 Management Communications & Cultural Competence
MGT 6307 Economics for Decision-making
MGT 6450 Marketing: Consumer Behavior
MGT 6455 Strategic Leadership for Change
MGT 6530 Managerial Applications of Technology
MGT 6440 Financial Management
Students select 3 courses (9 elective credits) from a single area to complete a
concentration or select 3 courses from a combination of areas. Course
deviations for each concentration permitted with prior advisor approval.
MGT 6460 Managerial Accounting
MGT 6510 Corporate Finance
MGT 6525 Investments
MGT 6206 Compensation
MGT 6535 Marketing Research
MGT 6777 Strategic Marketing
MGT 6515 Internet Marketing
MGT 6105 IT Strategy and Governance
MGT 6308 Managing Technical Teams
MGT 6318 Enterprise Systems
MGT 6317 Knowledge Management
MGT 6211 IT Project Management
MGT 6301 Global Operations Management
MGT 6520 Business Law
MGT 6465 Global Leadership & Ethics
MGT 6203 Labor Relations
MGT 6207 Crisis Management
MGT 6209 Managing Diversity
MGT 6506 Assessing Healthcare Quality
MGT 6532 Monitoring & Evaluating Health Programs
MGT 6545 Corporate Compliance in the Healthcare Industry
MGT 6800 Final Research Project --OR--
MGT 6490 Capstone Abroad Seminar --OR--
MGT 6810 Thesis
Students choosing the Capstone Abroad seminar or the Independent Faculty-Directed Project have one semester (16 weeks) to complete the requirements. Students opting for the Academic Thesis option have two semesters in which to complete the capstone requirements. Students completing any of the capstone programs may be required to participate in public presentations.
Dual MBA/MAM can be added for 17 additional credits
This program costs $470 per credit. Between federal, state, and private loans, grants and scholarships, you have many options for paying for this investment in your future. Visit our financial aid page for more information.
The College of St. Scholastica is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and is a member of the North Central Association, 30 North LaSalle St., Suite 2400, Chicago, Ill., 60602-2504, (312) 263-0456.