Management MBA Program
The MBA in Business Management specialty links current theory to practice and provides the knowledge a leader needs for productive interaction with others within the organization. The coursework develops and refines the qualitative leadership, quantitative, and analytical skills needed for a leader to plan effectively, organize, lead and control the activities of an organization.
Our Management MBA curriculum uses contemporary examples and team exercises to develop these skills. By understanding business in an integrative and broader context using real-world examples, graduates of Walsh’s Management MBA are able to strategically make decisions for an organization.
The Advantages of Walsh’s Executive MBA Program
• Small classes and individual faculty contact
• Accelerated (8-week) course formats in several courses
• Knowledge and skills to work in the top business organizations
• Flexible class schedule for working adults
Management MBA graduates of Walsh University gain interpersonal and analytical skills while developing a long-term value system. This value system will be vital to a graduate’s ability to manage and lead a team.
In addition to the MBA Core requirements, students in the Management program must complete:
Management MBA Degree Requirements
Consist of 18 credit hours of core requirements, five (5) specialty courses and 1 elective course of 3 credit hours each (18 credit hours) as follows:
MBA 681 Business Conditions 3 credit hrs.
MBA 701 System & Organizational Design 3 credit hrs.
MBA 682 Managerial Accounting 3 credit hrs.
MBA 702 Quality & Performance Management 3 credit hrs.
MBA 719 Strategic Management (Capstone) 3 credit hrs.
MBA 761 Entrepreneurship & Innovation 3 credit hrs.
MBA 743 Social Media Marketing 3 credit hrs.
MBA 683 Non-Profit Accounting 3 credit hrs.