Benedictine's online MBA degree program prepares you to successfully lead organizations through the challenges of 21st century business management, including global issues, evolving technology and a diverse workforce.
Benedictine's MBA degree online program provides two options:
- The traditional one-course-at-a-time online MBA program, which busy working professionals can easily fit into their schedules.
- Jump on the fast track by taking two courses at a time in the accelerated online MBA program.
As part of the online MBA program, you will also choose specialty courses from among six elective areas for a more in-depth study in your area of professional interest. Specialize in:
- Entrepreneurship and Managing Innovation: This concentration consists of the general MBA curriculum plus three courses which focus on recognizing and acting on opportunities involving new ventures.
- Accounting: This concentration solidifies your understanding of accounting theory and best practices so you can provide ethical and accurate services.
- Finance: Benedictine's online curriculum helps you build a solid understanding of managerial finance through a systematic approach to financial analysis; applying techniques for planning, forecasting, and managing finances; and evaluating ways to improve your organization's financial performance.
- Marketing: Develop an effective, comprehensive marketing strategy for each stage of a product or service's life cycle. You'll examine consumer behavior, the impact and application of technology in market research, and acquiring a global perspective.
- International Business: Succeeding in a global economy requires an understanding of multicultural values and norms, as well as as knowledge of international trade and finance.
- Health Care Administration: Benedictine's online health care MBA examines how financial, operations, and marketing apply to health organizations.
- Bachelor's degree
- Official transcripts
- Two letters of recommendation
- Letter of Intent
School Accreditation Statement
The Higher Learning Commission