MBA and Management
Our graduate programs in business and management - the MBA and our new M.S. in innovation and strategic management - prepare professionals to successfully lead and manage within today's ever-evolving and increasingly global business environment.
Our programs develop leaders who are versed not only in finance, economics, accounting and human resources, but also ethics, organizational behavior and strategic management. In keeping with the University's mission, we prepare them to face the challenges of balancing fiscal accountability with a strong commitment to the well being of their employees and their community.
We accomplish this by integrating theoretical coursework with the practical experience of our highly qualified faculty. And, small class sizes allow us to work closely with students to tailor our program to meet their individual career goals.
With courses available at our Newport campus, the Center for Adult Education in Warwick and online, our programs offer students a flexible schedule and an opportunity to accelerate the completion of their degree.
To request more information on our business and management programs, or to apply online, visit the admissions portal for the Office of Graduate Studies and Continuing Education. Have a quick question? Contact our enrollment counselor, Claudia Cordon.
Through its agreement with the American Institute for Chartered Property Casualty Underwriters, Salve Regina accepts all American Council on Education credit recommendations for Charted Property Casualty Underwriter (CPCU) and Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) programs.
For students who are accepted into the University’s MBA or M.S. in innovation and strategic management programs, Salve Regina will do one of the following:
- Accept up to 12 credits in transfer from CPCU and/or IIA courses.
- Waive up to six credits for those who have earned the CPCU designation and have at least five years of relevant work experience.
The number of credits transferred or waived is contingent upon review of the student’s transcript for relevant coursework, American Council on Education recommendation and approval of the program director.