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MBA Specializations

Students may pursue either a general MBA or an MBA in one of 13 areas of specialization:

E-Business

Focuses on information and communication technologies, e-business management, marketing and supply chain.

Enterprise Business Intelligence

Engages students in learning and practicing concepts, tools and techniques for capturing, organizing and managing enterprise data for operational and strategic decision making.

Entrepreneurship

Designed to develop competencies for students interested in becoming entrepreneurs or getting involved in growth businesses.

Finance

Provides the depth of specialization necessary for success in careers in financial institutions, corporate finance, and investments.

Hotel & Restaurant Management

Designed to prepare students for careers in the hotel and restaurant management industry, with current topics courses in food service and hotel management.

Human Resource Management

Provides students with the competencies required of managers for careers within corporations or other organizations, or as consultants. Competencies include leadership, strategic communication, motivation and assessment of individual and team performance, conflict resolution, change management, and strategic management.

Internal Auditing

Provides the competencies required of internal auditors for students seeking managerial careers within corporations or other organizations or as consultants.

International Business

With a diverse faculty and the largest concentration of international students on campus, the College of Business offers a globally-focused curriculum that prepares students for careers worldwide.

Management

Provides the competencies required of managers for students seeking managerial careers within corporations or other organizations or as consultants.

Marketing Management

Offers an array of career options in areas like social media, brand management, advertising, sales and market research.

Nonprofit Management

Designed for developing competencies and practical skills for building management capacity of a nonprofit organization in financial management, accountability and legal issues; budgeting and resource management; and human resource management.

Sports Management

Designed to provide students with the competencies required for careers in sport management; competencies include facility management, event planning, volunteer motivation, and risk management.

Supply Chain Management

Integrates business concepts throughout the curriculum, emphasizes applied problem-solving methods and provides an interdisciplinary approach to the supply chain field.

The Master of Business Administration is part of the College of Business, 300 West Michigan Avenue, 473 Gary Owen Building