Master of Business Administration

Students are admitted to the Master of Business Administration (MBA) program as majoring in General Management, Health Sector Management, or Social Impact. MBA students may also choose to pursue concentrations.

Learning Goals

MBA

Upon completion of the MBA program, students will be able to demonstrate:

  • An ethical perspective
  • Core business knowledge and skills
  • Leadership
  • A management-systems perspective
  • A global perspective
  • An innovative approach

EMBA

The EMBA curriculum has the following learning goals:

  • Ethical leadership
  • Global perspective
  • Leadership
  • Collaborative teamwork
  • Understanding and application of core business disciplines

General Management Program

The MBA in General Management is a full-time program.

Health Sector Management Program

The Health Sector Management (HSM) program is available to full-time and part-time students and consists of:

  • 34 credits of MBA core courses
  • 6 credits of HSM core courses and 6 credits of HSM elective courses
  • 18 credits of electives
  • A Health Sector internship

Through the Health Sector Management MBA program, students learn essential management skills and develop the conceptual frameworks necessary to apply them successfully in the field of healthcare. The program requires a Health Sector internship, which students complete during the summer between the first and second years of the program.

The Health Sector Management curriculum augments the core MBA with required courses that provide an in-depth understanding of the structure and operation of healthcare systems. Building on the skills acquired in the core MBA program, the Health Sector Management curriculum focuses on health service delivery, life science products, and health sector consulting.

Social Impact Program

The Social Impact Program is available to full-time and part-time students and consists of:

  • 34 credits of MBA core courses
  • 3 credits of Social Impact core courses and 9 credits of Social Impact elective courses
  • 18 credits of electives
  • A Social Impact internship

Concentrations

Once enrolled, students have the opportunity to formally concentrate in Energy & Environmental Sustainability, Entrepreneurship, Finance, Leadership & Organizational Transformation, Marketing, Operations & Technology Management, or Strategy & Innovation. Students must complete a concentration declaration form through the Grad Center website. Concentration requirements are subject to change and are separate from MBA degree requirements.

Executive MBA (EMBA)