Business & Management (Administrative Sciences)

The programs of the Administrative Sciences Department are designed to meet emerging challenges and complex problems in our ever-expanding global business environment. Our programs, whether they are certificate or degree, are designed around an understanding that the future of business is volatile: solutions that work today may be obsolete tomorrow, and long-term success depends on critical thinking and the ability to make informed decisions based on accurately researched data, improvisation, and authentic, hands-on experience.

The department recognizes that today’s fast-paced, and often volatile, global economy demands a new breed of business leader who is able to think strategically and holistically about business, and able to understand the interconnected nature of the twenty-first-century economy. Today’s business leaders must be strategic visionaries who can prepare organizations for innovation and change in the global environment.

Faculty

The Administrative Sciences Department boasts a cadre of full-time faculty who reflect the values, quality, and prestige of a world-renowned institution. The department faculty is international and has exceptional academic credentials, excellent teaching abilities, highly recognized publishing records, significant contributions to research, and strong credibility due to their prior corporate experience. In addition to being recognized internationally in their academic fields, many of our faculty have experience on government and private boards, as consultants, entrepreneurs, and advisors to entrepreneurial initiatives.

Accreditation

Internationally renowned for its quality curriculum, teaching, and faculty, the Administrative Sciences Department has been recognized by the world’s leading accrediting bodies for its excellence in management education. The department’s programs are accredited by AACSB International—the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business, and its Master of Science programs in Administrative Studies (Boston) and management (online) are accredited by the European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD) Program Accreditation System (EPAS). In addition, the Master of Science program in Project Management is accredited by the Project Management Institute (PMI) Global Accreditation Center for Project Management Education Programs (GAC).