MBA

Our internationally accredited Master of Business Administration (MBA) prepares professionals to lead and manage in today’s ever-changing global business environment. Our unique and customizable program is focused on developing leaders with an effective understanding of entrepreneurship, ethics, organizational behavior, finance, economics, accounting and strategic management.

Our Program

A Salve MBA builds students into conscientious and powerful executives by teaching business skills while adhering to the University’s mission to create dynamic leaders for a world that is harmonious, just and merciful. Our rigorous curriculum offers concentrations in cybersecurity, nonprofit management, social ventures, entrepreneurial enterprise and health care administration and management.

Program Spotlight: Creating Dynamic Leaders

 The MBA program at Salve gives students a wealth of practical and theoretical skills that enhance their organizational success and personal career development. The newly revised curriculum reflects the challenges of organizations in today’s volatile business environment. 

Dr. Arlene Nicholas, associate professor

Our Faculty

Our faculty generate new thinking in their fields and have a genuine impact on current business practices. Intimate class setting create rich academic environments where faculty assume a mentoring role while also providing career advice and lending their networking knowledge to graduates seeking employment.

 

Meet our faculty

Business Administration (MBA)

Students complete the following prerequisites: Six credits in accounting, three credits in economics and six credits in quantitative analysis and calculus or statistics. Course equivalencies may be demonstrated through an official undergraduate transcript from an accredited institution signifying successful completion of the prerequisite courses, or CLEP examination results demonstrating proficiency in the prerequisite courses.

12 courses | 36 credits

Required courses:

  • MGT502: Managing in a Global Economy
  • MGT503: Business Law
  • MGT510: Managing Business Operations
  • MGT530: Building Value Through Marketing
  • MGT540: Social Justice and Business Ethics
  • MGT558: Management of Cyber Opportunities and Threats
  • MGT561: Financial Management
  • MGT562: Managerial Accounting
  • MGT567: Creative Problem Solving
  • MGT575: Strategic Management and Business Policy (capstone)

Students also choose two elective courses from any of Salve’s graduate course offerings.