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Master of Business Administration (MBA)

Program Details

Albertus Magnus College currently offers a Master of Business Administration, a program designed for adult working professionals that cultivates skills in all phases of business practices and management. The program provides a strong conceptual basis for the successful management of any business. It also focuses on skills in fostering customer value and competitiveness by completing an entrepreneurial or business consulting team project. Students will learn from practical work-related experience by collaborative learning and student interaction through a unique and intensive method. 

This degree prepares students for a career and advancement in any business environment, and it is also helpful for someone who is exploring starting up his or her own company. Students will enhance core management skills such as principles and administration, as well as business operations such as accounting and marketing.  Other skills involve public speaking, business law, team building, and finance.  Besides classes in business administration, students must complete a comprehensive capstone project in order to receive a degree.


A bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited college or university. A minimum GPA of 2.8. Official transcripts. For non-native English speakers, minimum TOEFL score of 550 paper-based, 80 internet-based, or 213 computer-based. A Connecticut driver’s license or DMV photo ID. Two letters of recommendation from former professors or professional associates. A written essay.

Accreditation & Licensing

New England Commission of Higher Education

International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education


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