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MBA One Year Program - MBA

The one-year delivery of the MBA program is designed to be an intensive program of study which will allow a student to complete all requirements in 12 months beginning in June.

Upon completion of the program, graduates are expected to demonstrate the ability to:

  • Adapt and innovate to solve management issues in unpredictable environments.
  • Critically analyze and question knowledge claims.
  • Solve business challenges using strategic theories, models and/or tools.
  • Analyze ethical issues and socially responsible business practices in complex organizational situations.
  • Analyze management issues with a global perspective.

Graduates will learn executive business competencies, professional leadership, and strategic and creative thinking skills that will help them ethically solve problems that occur in the global business environment in culturally sensitive ways.

All courses are offered during the day at the Harborside Campus. The cohort model is used and admission is in June only. Students with minimal work experience and a desire to complete the program quickly are prime candidates. Students are expected to have completed all foundation courses before the start of classes. Students will be given the opportunity to gain important work setting experience through the development of an action research project.

The one-year program is identical to the traditional program except that courses are pre-determined and students pursue the program as a cohort.

Master of Business Administration - One Year Program

Master of Business Administration (MBA)

Credits
Foundation Courses
ECON5000Economics in the Global Economy4.5
FISV5000Corporate Financial Accounting4.5
Core Courses
FISV5600Financial Management4.5
FISV5526Financial Reporting and Control4.5
IBUS5511Global Economic Environments4.5
MGMT5575Operations Management4.5
MGMT5800Effective Leadership4.5
MGMT5900Ethics, Corporate Social Responsibility and Law4.5
MRKT5500Strategic Marketing4.5
RSCH5500Business Information and Decision Making4.5
Elective Courses
FISV6050Strategic Financial Planning4.5
MGMT6056Contemporary Leadership Issues and Strategies4.5
MGMT6123Contemporary Human Resource Issues and Strategies4.5
Career Capstone Course
MGMT6800Business Policy and Strategy4.5
Total Credits54.0-63.0
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