The MBA program affords three (3) concentrations to students:
The General Business concentration is designed to prepare candidates to function in a dynamic business environment. Graduates are expected to be able to think critically, communicate effectively, and have the tools to solve complex problems. Additionally, they are expected to possess technical skills, analytical skills, business savvy, and have a broad understanding of the core business functions. Candidates in General Business will be exposed to courses in accounting, economics, management, finances, and marketing.
The Management concentration is designed to prepare candidates with the managerial and leadership skills required for employment in both public and private sector organizations. Graduates will be prepared to use their management and leadership skills to solve complex organizational and social problems. Candidates will be exposed to a variety of teaching and learning situations, including problem-based learning, case methods, learning teams, large and small groups and individualized learning environments. Graduates will possess the latest tools, concepts, skills, and knowledge essential for effective management practice.
The Supply Chain Management concentration is designed to prepare candidates with the ability to analyze and improve business process flows. Candidates will be exposed to the essentials of lean production, global supply chain coordination, and strategic logistics management. Graduates will possess the ability to make decisions and develop creative solutions using supply chain management strategies.