Master of Business Administration
The MBA in General Management is designed to give you an in-depth understanding of business concepts from different areas of the business world. Working with faculty members who have real-world experience in business, industry, and government, you can tailor your program by selecting from a wide variety of business and business-related electives.
The program can be completed entirely online or in combination with face-to-face classes in Plymouth and Concord and weekend, intensive executive-education style seminars in Waterville Valley.
Use the Course Planning Matrix to see when Graduate Business courses will be offered.
Earn a graduate certificate with the MBA or separately, which is a great professional development option! See details below.
Cornerstone Courses* – 6 credits
Functional Core Courses – 24 credits
|BU 5110 Managing Organizational Behavior||3|
|BU 5120 Financial Analysis||3|
|BU 5190 Accounting for Managers||3|
|BU 5210 Economic Analysis||3|
|BU 5220 The Legal Environment of Business||3|
|BU 5510 Operations Management||3|
|BU 5700 Marketing Techniques||3|
|BU 5720 Seminar in Executive Management||3|
Business Electives – 6 credits
The business elective requirement may be satisfied using traditional coursework, independent studies, Master’s Research Projects or approved partnership programs.
Total for MBA in General Management – 30-36 credits
*Students possessing an undergraduate degree in business may have the option to waive the Cornerstone courses after an assessment of their undergraduate coursework and grades by the Admissions Review Board.
Four graduate certificate programs have been developed for students to focus their studies in a particular area of the business environment. The certificates consist of a minimum of 12 credits, and can be pursued as a post-baccalaureate certificate, or in addition to an MBA degree. Choose from the following options: