Master of Business Administration
Online or On-Campus: The MBA at Walsh College
No GMAT required
Online or on-campus, our Master of Business Administration (MBA) program includes courses in accounting, finance, management and related areas. You will learn from foundation courses included in all MBA programs, integrating the wide range of skills needed in a successful business operation. Match your courses to your own interests and career goals. You can specialize in one of the 13 areas listed below when you take four elective courses in that area.
13 Specialization Areas
Create a career specialty in your MBA program with electives from these areas:
*Available entirely online
- Business Information Technology
- Health Services Administration*
- Human Resources Management*
- Information Assurance*
- International Business
- Project Management
- Strategic Leadership
If you elect to complete a specialty area, we encourage you to work with the Advising Office to design your program.
No GMAT Required
We evaluate your application in a careful review of what you have accomplished since graduating from college, together with your academic record in your other degree programs. Those are much better indicators of your success as an MBA student than a formal test score.
Opportunities for Career Advancement
Our MBA degree is unusually flexible. As a result, our graduates work in many different industries: banking, information technology, human resources and more. Whether your goal is a promotion, a new job or a total career change, our MBA will help you achieve it.
Masters of Business Administration Program Format
Depending on your previous college courses, you may have to take one or more of the six MBA foundation courses. The program core consists of nine courses and a four-course elective requirement which you can elect to take from a number of specializations. You may, but are not required to, focus your courses in a specialization. A total of 13 to 19 courses, totaling 39 to 57 semester credit hours, are required to complete the MBA degree.
You can earn advanced standing for equal graduate course work completed at another college or university. Time limits may apply. You must take at least 24 credit hours while registered as a Walsh College student.
We require a minimum GPA of 3.0 while registered as a Walsh student. You need to earn a minimum grade of “C” (2.0) in each course you count toward your graduation requirement.
Foundation Courses (if required)
ACC 508/500 Financial Accounting
BL 556 Legal Issues in Management
ECN 503 Survey of Economics
MGT 565 Operations Management
MKT 550 Managing the Marketing Function
QM 503 Inferential Statistics for Business Decision-Making
| Core Courses
ACC 505 Managerial Accounting
ECN 523 Global Economics
FIN 506 Financial Statement Analysis
FIN 510 Financial Management
MGT 501 Management, Organizational Learning and Change
MGT 530 Ethics in a 21st Century Complex World
MGT 555 Global Human Resources Management
MGT 670 Strategic Management Concepts Capstone
QM 515 Quantitative Methods
Four courses selected from allowable electives
Additional electives if required