Thomas Kennedy, Director
The Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree is one of the most sought-after degrees in the world. The advanced skills students learn, both quantitatively and interpersonally, benefit corporations of every size, helping them achieve their growth and innovation goals. MBA degrees provide business strategies and concepts, leadership abilities and a network of alliances formed with classmates and professors, which provide invaluable resources for years to come.
The MBA program will prepare students with the skills and knowledge to make decisions based on analysis and concrete data versus "gut feelings."
Students will gain:
- Tools for quantitative analysis
- Deeper knowledge of finance and accounting
- A broader perspective on the market environment
- A fundamental understanding of other business functions
Students enrolling in the MBA program can select from eight different concentrations: General Business, Accounting, Entrepreneurship, Finance, Food and Agribusiness, Global Executive Leadership, Human Resource Management, Supply Chain Management. The total number of credits required for graduation with an MBA is 33 for all specializations, except accounting, which requires 34 credits for completion.