Today’s business leaders must combine expertise in their field with an ability to lead and manage in a complex and constantly changing business environment. The MBA program focuses on the application of business practices in a variety of organizational settings with an emphasis on accounting, finance and economics. With several optional areas of concentration, the degree can be tailored for specific career goals.
MBA Program Outcomes
Students completing a Master of Business Administration degree will be able to:
Integrate decisions utilizing Benedictine values, ethical frameworks, and professional standards.
Evaluate the contemporary global business environment in an integrated manner to propose business solutions.
Demonstrate professional business communication.
Interpret results from multiple business support tools to inform decision making.
Synthesize content from professional journals and scholarly research to make conclusions regarding business practices.
Assess business best practices using quantitative methodology.
GMAT or Prep Courses
Students pursuing an MBA must either complete the GMAT (Graduate Management Admission Test) with the requisite minimum scores, or else complete the following sequence of prep courses with a minimum grade of “C.” See MBA admissions requirements for complete detail.