Advance Your Career in Business
You’ve got the passion and drive to succeed in business, and we’re going to make sure that happens. Your MBA from Monroe’s King Graduate School offers ten different focus areas, so you can gain the competencies you need in the area most important to your career.
- ACBSP accredited – the badge of honor employers look for
- Flexible scheduling
- Industry-ready skills and competencies
- Complete your MBA in two years
Choose to study general upper level business courses, or focus your studies in one of ten areas of concentration. The choice is yours.
- General MBA
- Concentration in Finance
- Concentration in Marketing
- Concentration in Healthcare Management
- Concentration in Hospitality Concentration
- Concentration in Human Resources
- Concentration in Information Technology
- Concentration in Accounting
- Concentration in Business Analytics
- Concentration in Supply Chain Management
- Concentration in International Business
Organizational Behavior and Leadership in the 21st Century
The theories, research, and practices related to organizational behavior and leadership in the contemporary global environment. Examine the multilevel issues of change, behavior, and leadership from political, cultural, and economic influence.
Professional Track Option
Need professional work experience to supplement your academic program? Monroe's King Graduate School offers a Professional Track Option based on a review of your work experience. You'll be required to complete at least two, one-credit internship courses. Each internship must be approved as an appropriate match for your academic program.
Foundation Core Courses
Depending on your undergraduate experience, you may be required to take foundation core courses before beginning the MBA program. Courses are offered online or on campus on the weekends. Your admissions counselor will advise you as to whether you need these foundation courses.
- Accounting Foundations - Gain the knowledge and skills necessary to understand accounting principles and standards, financial statements and financial records.
- Business, Management, and Marketing Foundations - Examine the interpersonal and analytical skills managers need to meet their day-to-day responsibilities in a variety of corporate work settings, as well as profit and not-for-profit organizations.
- Economic Foundations - An introduction to a variety of concepts and tools in micro and macroeconomics.
- Finance Foundations - Learn how to identify and understand financial ratios, describe their purpose and how to use them to analyze a firm's liquidity, profitability and solvency.
- Health Care Foundations - Examine the ways in which health care services are organized and delivered, the influences that impact health care public policy decisions, factors that determine the allocation of health care resources, and the relationship of health care costs to measurable benefits.
- Information Technology Foundations - Gain a general understanding of the types of technology issues and terminology that arise in business settings every day, such as IT Project Management, the Internet and the World Wide Web, Security Tools and Technologies, Computer Technologies, and System Analysis and Design.
The MBA program helped me approach opportunities and challenges in a smarter, more focused way.
MBA Business Management, 2016
Director, Revenue Cycle & Patient Access, Mount Sinai
Our MBA program gives you the holistic and competency-based background in business that employers look for. Plus, the ability to focus your course load on the industry-specific skills you need lets you stand out from the pack.
Leadership skills, management experience, and a deep dive into the nuts and bolts of business ... that's what Monroe professors impart to their students.
Maurice P. Greene
Professor, School of Business and Accounting
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