MBA. The Masters of Business Administration program
Masters of Business Administration
Today’s service-oriented economy presents opportunities and challenges in the business environment. Business managers need to navigate through a formidable array of new products, emerging markets, international partnerships and mergers, and developing technologies. The Masters of Business Administration program provides a broad view of the functional areas needed by business managers. These include corporate finance, economics, strategic planning, marketing, and accounting.
Course of Study
The Masters of Business Administration is a 42-credit program normally completed within 15 months. Students can pursue the MBA degree with specializations in:
- International Business Finance;
- General Management;
- Human Resource Management;
- Organizational Development;
- Organizational Leadership.
The sequence begins with basic courses that provide general knowledge of business and management. The advanced courses a student takes focus on the chosen subject area.
View Program Components:
- Core Courses (27 credits)
- Capstone Course (3 credits)
- Elective Courses (12 credits)
Who Should Enroll?
The MBA program is designed to provide students with an advanced understanding of fundamental business concepts and practical leadership skills. The degree specializations are relevant to anyone interested in progressing to a management position, utilizing organizational and leadership skills to improve business processes and provide innovative solutions, managing healthcare systems or organizations, or those planning careers in international trade or international ventures.
- Baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university (or its equivalent);
- A completed application for admission to the Touro College Graduate School of Business;
- Two letters of recommendation;
- Written statement discussing your motivation, interests, and goals in pursing graduate business study;
- If applicable: Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL);
- Successful completion of prerequisite undergraduate courses in principles of accounting I and II (GAAP), finance, management, marketing, microeconomics, macroeconomics, statistics, and computer literacy in business applications.
The Masters of Business Administration (MBA) degree with a specialization in Entrepreneurship provides a foundation for the successful entrepreneur. This practitioner-oriented degree examines key organizational and managerial concepts, helps learners discover new ways of combining resources, launch solo projects and major undertakings, seek venture capital and angel funding, and strategize entrepreneurial initiatives. View recommended sequence of courses and view Electives by Specialization
The Masters of Business Administration (MBA) degree with a specialization in General management prepares learners to manage business, organizational, and cultural initiatives within an increasingly complex global business environment. Through its innovative, interdisciplinary curriculum this practitioner-oriented degree offers both novice and seasoned managers a comprehensive business education built on proven adult learning principles. The program integrates key foundational theories, models, and best practices from diverse disciplines including anthropology, psychology, and sociology to enable learners to develop global perspectives and practical understandings concerning managing people and productivity in global environments. View recommended sequence of courses and view Electives by Specialization
The Masters of Business Administration (MBA) degree with specialization in Human Resource Management prepares students as business contributors through an integrated business and human resource management curriculum. This practitioner-oriented degree develops human resource management and business-oriented skills associated with achieving organizational and culture goals. View recommended sequence of courses and view Electives by Specialization
The Masters of Business Administration (MBA) degree with specialization in International Business Finance is designed for students who want to pursue intensive study of global business issues, or who are planning careers in areas such as international trade, international ventures, or international finance. This practitioner-oriented degrees provides in-depth knowledge of various business disciplines, an understanding of multicultural influences in international enterprises, and awareness of ethical issues in a global economy. View recommended sequence of courses and view Electives by Specialization
The Masters of Business Administration (MBA) degree with specialization in Organizational Development (OD) prepares business and organizational development professionals with the key knowledge, competencies, and skills necessary to foster high performance, resulting in increased organizational productivity. This practitioner-oriented degree enables professionals to develop and implement organizational development initiatives designed to promote marketplace competitive advantage. View recommended sequence of courses and view Electives by Specialization
The Masters of Business Administration (MBA) degree with specialization in Organizational Leadership prepares professionals to lead and manage in the dynamic and rapidly changing 21st century global business environment. This practitioner-oriented degree also enables leaders and mangers working in diverse work environments including corporate, non-profit, and government agencies to acquire leadership knowledge, competencies, and skills essential to promoting high performance. The program introduces seminal and emerging leadership theories and practices drawn from the anthropological, psychological, and sociological literatures.