Business Administration, M.B.A. (Online) G
The MBA program at Holy Family University is an accelerated program for students with a minimum of three years of managerial experience seeking to enhance their knowledge and advance their careers.
The MBA program is a writing and project intensive experience that utilizes the case study methodology. Students may be able to complete the program in as little as one year.
The program is offered in an online format with eight-week terms. The online format is fully asynchronous, allowing students a more flexible schedule for completing coursework.
Students must choose one concentration, consisting of three courses, of either Criminal Justice, Finance, Health Care Administration, Human Resource Management, or Information Systems Management.
- Degree Awarded
- Master of Business Administration
- Program Location
Shawn R. Kennedy
Contact Shawn R. Kennedy, Director of Graduate and Adult Admissions, to learn more about our School of Business & Professional Studies programs.
Accountancy, M.S. G
The Master of Science in Accountancy meets the needs of accountants in the industry seeking to enhance their professional credentials and gain the necessary credits to sit for the CPA Exam while obtaining an advanced degree.
- Accelerated Program
Business Administration, New Professionals, M.B.A. (Online) G
The MBA for New Professionals Online program accepts students with less than three years of business experience, which is typically required for MBA programs. By starting students in a duo of professional skills courses, the program prepares qualified candidates for the rigors of the program and a successful business career. The program may be completed in as little as 14 months.
Business Administration for New Professionals (4+1 Program), B.A, M.B.A. UG
The New Professionals BA/MBA 4+1 program is designed to enable full-time Holy Family University students seeking to earn both a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration and a Master of Arts in Business Administration in just five years, saving both time and money. Undergraduates seeking admission to the dual-degree program must have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 and are eligible to apply in the spring semester of the sophomore year.