The graduate program in business administration provides the knowledge and skills necessary to help executives in both the for-profit and nonprofit environments appreciate and address a myriad of concerns, ranging from ethical and human rights issues to globalization and environment protection.
Students may combine elective courses into an area of concentration (minimum of 9 credits required). The following concentrations are available:
Cybersecurity Issues in Business
This concentration addresses the cyber threats that face many organizations. Awareness of threats and managing risks works to decrease vulnerabilities and exposure that, left unchecked, may damage an organization's brand, credibility and value.
Social ventures are business units focused on providing benefits and solutions to social problems. For-profit or nonprofit, the focus is on providing a positive impact on social issues in a sustainable manner.
This concentration is designed to develop creative thinking, opportunity analysis and support, business plan development and strategic planning.
Health Care Administration and Management
This concentration requires the completion of health care-specific courses in marketing, law, ethics, health policy and finance.