The MBA program strives to develop managers capable of making sound decisions in an increasingly complex world, and who combine the art and science of leadership in a global perspective. Today’s manager must be able to analyze everything from balance sheets to socio-cultural diversity. But analysis is hardly enough. He or she must also be able to think through a plan of action, then implement it. Le Moyne’s Jesuit tradition stresses ethical value analysis as well as oral and written communication skills. The MBA program is self-sufficient in the sense that all of the academic coursework needed is contained in the program. Applicants with little or no prior background in business, without a business or accounting undergraduate degree, or whose skills need updating, will find course work available to meet their needs. Small classes, meeting once a week in the evening and occasional Saturday offerings, encourage close working relationships among faculty, students and staff. All faculty are doctorally qualified and publish research or consult in their respective fields. As a result, students will participate in state-of-the-art discussions, addressing the management issues of the next decade. Each student must complete a minimum of 30 of the 51 credits in the Le Moyne MBA Program, as approved by the MBA director.
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Location: Syracuse, United States of America