Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree courses deliver the skills employers seek and fit the schedule of working students. Our program offers weekday evening courses, delivered on-campus, online or in a hybrid format. Students may complete their program on a part-time or full-time basis.
The MBA program is designed to provide the necessary skills and knowledge needed by business leaders today, including the ability:
- to analyze problems critically
- to communicate clearly
- to respond to business challenges with integrity
The Brennan program offers students a global perspective in evaluating issues and an understanding of corporate and personal social responsibility. In addition to classroom learning, a variety of extracurricular programs throughout the year offer opportunities to explore issues ranging from corporate governance to social entrepreneurship.
A candidate for the MBA degree will normally need to complete at least 30 credit hours. The total credit hours in the program depend upon whether a student chooses to complete elective courses in a specialized area in addition to the core MBA requirements.
The structure of the degree is as follows:
Students are expected to begin the MBA program with basic knowledge in six business fields: accounting, economics, finance, law, management and statistics. Students can meet this requirement in one of two ways:
- Undergraduate coursework - students receiving a grade of B or better in an equivalent undergraduate course are assumed to have met the pre-requisites.
- Brennan Foundations Courses -Students can complete these 0 CH courses, at no cost, throughout their program.