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Master of Business Administration

Program Details

Designed for students who wish to further their education and acquire the skills and knowledge needed to strengthen their current job holding or enter a new career in the exciting world of business, the Master of Business Administration (MBA) at Cardinal Stritch University is a great opportunity. This online program is catered to busy students and working professionals, providing flexibility and support. Most courses in the MBA are taught by professors with current or prior experience, giving students a practical combination of theory and practice that they can use to have an edge in the job market. Graduates of this program can potentially find work in many fields, including finance, marketing, information technology, and accounting. Career options include but are not limited to accounting consultation, franchise operations management, financial analysis, investment banking, and advertising and branding specializations. 

The goal of the MBA program at Cardinal Stritch is to instill its students with the ability to be a team player and a team leader, a skilled communicator, and an ethical decision-maker. Instructors recognize the importance of cultural and socioeconomic context in educating and students receive quality education in a variety of subjects, including statistics, economics, finance, and human resource strategies. Graduates will be prepared to take on roles as middle and upper-level managers and business leaders, keeping business ethics and morality at the forefront of their practice. Some of the core courses include Financial Accounting, Statistics, Micro and Macroeconomics, Marketing Management, Human Relations Management, Global Business Policy and Strategy, and International Business Law. The Capstone project tests the students’ ability to fulfill all aspects of a research and development project, from proposal to execution. 


Students must have earned a Bachelor's degree with a minimum 2.5 overall GPA, have three years of full-time work experience relating to some aspects of management, and have completed courses in statistics, microeconomics, finance, and financial or managerial accounting.

Accreditation & Licensing

The Higher Learning Commission

Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs