The Graham School of Management's Master of Business Administration provides graduate students with the knowledge and ethical training necessary to lead with confidence in the business industry. While the program incorporates an integrated curriculum that provides both practical application and foundation theory, students also gain experience through internship and mentorship opportunities as well as receive the guidance and support of expert faculty, GSM alumni and business leaders to help them succeed. All students in the Master of Business Administration program will take nine core courses in management theory, business fundamentals and practical application in addition to four courses in their chosen concentration, totaling 13 courses for all MBA programs. These courses may be completed in online or in-class (hybrid) formats that are taught in an eight-week term. In order to complete in 24 months, you must take 2 courses each term (including summer) and one additional course during one of the terms.
The MBA candidates have nine MBA concentrations to choose from:
* Financial Fraud Examination and Management;
* Forensic and Investigative Accounting;
* Health Administration;
* Human Resource Management;
* Project Management;
* Digital Marketing;