The MBA program offers a broad-based education, with a choice of concentrations. The program features a curriculum that prepares adult students for the emerging knowledge economy while emphasizing the latest concepts, practices, and skills in today's rapidly changing marketplace. It is designed for working professionals from a wide range of backgrounds who wish to advance or enhance their business careers.
This program offers specializations in the following areas: Accounting, Acquisition, Finance, Health Services Administration, Hospitality and Tourism Management, Human Resource Management, Information Systems Management, International Business, Management, Marketing, Professional Studies, Project Management, and Public Administration.
Strayer University's Master of Business Administration program has undergone an extensive redesign in order to keep ahead of current trends in business and education. Now in its second quarter, the new design is competitive with programs at the nation's top business schools, with the added benefit of being grounded in adult learning theory. "The new program was designed with extensive input not only from academic and industry leaders, but also from current and past Strayer University MBA students,” says Strayer University Provost Dr. Joel Nwagbaraocha. "It's exciting to present a program in response to the demands of our students. This truly is ‘the student's MBA.'"
The Master of Business Administration
program will use the basic computer literacy
skills (such as word processing, basic use of
spreadsheets) that will be expected of
students in the workplace. Students entering
the MBA program are expected to have a
basic knowledge of MS Office or equivalent.
The MBA program is an exciting
educational option for students looking to
increase their understanding, advance their
careers, and expand their opportunities in
the world of business.