University of Redlands - Master's Degree: Business Administration (MBA)
The University of Redlands MBA program is designed to address the challenges and dynamics of doing business in a global economy. In addition to educating managers in business functions such as marketing and finance, the design integrates issues of globalization and technology throughout the curriculum. These issues provide the basis for the capstone project, as well as the opportunity to study for an emphasis in Globalization and/or Information Systems.
Experienced faculty from around the world bring an added value to the MBA at the University of Redlands. The faculty have a firm commitment to academic excellence and are dedicated to ensure quality across the curriculum.
This 24-month program consists of 41 semester credits. The four-semester MBA opens with an immersion in global, political, social, and ethical issues of business. It also includes specialized study in such areas as global economy, finance, and statistics. It concludes with an application of the general and specific concepts in both case study and applied study of real business problems.
Satisfactory completion of each course is demonstrated through written reports, oral presentations, case analysis, examinations, and other criteria established by the faculty. The practicum project option requires attendance at practicum seminars during the final semester of the MBA program. The thesis option requires enrollment for thesis credit and individual work with a faculty member assigned as an advisor.
For more information visit http://www.redlands.edu/academics/school-of-business/1177.aspx.
Classes meet one evening per week on the Caltech campus.
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