The Master of Business Administration program will prepare today's managers to become tomorrow's leaders. Our Philadelphia-based MBA program’s' curriculum is designed to help those with a minimum of three years of managerial experience reach their highest potential in the corporate environment.
The accelerated program consists of 10 three-credit courses, totaling 30 credits.
You can also choose a concentration:
- The curriculum associated with the finance concentration provides a comprehensive understanding of the financial decision-making process and offers insight into investment banking and critical issues in the development of policy in financial institutions. The finance courses focus on financial issues with respect to corporations and other profit-making institutions, as well as issues related to investment banking and the management of financial institutions.
- Health Care Administration
- The curriculum associated with the health care administration concentration focuses on skills relevant to the current health care environment, including management concepts and process, resource allocation, risk management, and financing.
- Human Resource Management
- The emphasis of the curriculum associated with the human resource concentration is to build upon the MBA core curriculum with a focus on enhancing the knowledge, competencies, and skills necessary to integrate business and human resource strategies.
- Information Systems Management
- The information systems management concentration focuses on educating the students about the development and use of information systems as decision-making and problem-solving tools and the use of these tools to gain a competitive edge or to re-engineer an organization.