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Master of Business Administration

Award: MBA

Credits: 48 (56 with optional concentration in Integrated Healthcare Delivery)

Locations: Buffalo Campus & Rochester Campus

Delivery Formats: On-ground (evening and day), Online, Hybrid (half online, half on-campus)

Program Description:

Medaille's Master of Business Administration fosters the development of knowledge, skills, and competencies for today’s business professional. The curriculum and pedagogy are designed to enhance and improve students’ management and analytical skills within the context of the business field. Our program focuses on solving strategic management problems and enhances students' analytical, interpersonal, and decision-making skills. Emphasis is placed on theories, models, tools, techniques, as well as active and collaborative learning. 

Program Goals:

The Master of Business Administration (MBA) is designed for working adults with management and business experience; its purpose is to provide graduate training in strategic decision making and leadership to adult business professionals. MBA program goals include:

  • To develop competence in strategic analysis and decision making.
  • To develop a broad range of leadership skills.
  • To enhance the quantitative and qualitative skills needed to compete in a global economy.
  • To deepen the students’ understanding of the functional areas of business.
  • To cultivate in each student a sense of purpose and ethical responsibility.
  • To develop the communication and interpersonal skills necessary for effective participation in the workplace.

Master of Business Administration Course Sequence

All courses are 4 credits and run for 7 weeks.

MGT 510 Management and Leadership

MBA 635 Organizational Development and Transformation

MBA 533 Financial Accounting

MBA 664 Economics for Global Business

MBA 636 Strategic Human Resource Management

MBA 534 Business Statistics for Decision Making

MBA 662 Finance for Managers

MBA 663 Marketing in an E-World

MBA 665 Accounting for Planning and Control

MBA 667 Global Business

MBA 668 Strategic Planning and Leadership

MBA 675 Integrative Project: Analysis and Synthesis

Total credit hours: 48

 

Master of Business Administration (On-campus)/One-year MBA: Day Courses

This delivery option offers standard, day courses with full-seat time at our Buffalo and Rochester Campuses.  Students take four, four-credit courses at a time for fourteen weeks. The program is designed to be completed in three semesters.

Spring Term

 

Tuesday

Thursday

Morning Session:
8:00-11:35 am

MGT 510 Management and Leadership (4 credits)

MBA 533 Financial Accounting (4 credits)

Afternoon Session:
12:25-4 pm

MBA 534  Business Statistics (4 credits)

MBA 635 Organization  Development & Transformation (4 credits)

Summer Term

 

Tuesday

Thursday

Morning Session:
8:00-11:35 am

MBA 662 Finance for Managers (4 credits)

MBA 664 Economics for Global Business (4 credits)

Afternoon Session:
12:25-4 pm

MBA 663 Marketing in an E-World (4 credits)

MBA 636 Strategic HR Management (4 credits)

Fall Term

 

Tuesday

Thursday

Morning Session:
8:00-11:35 am

MBA 665 Accounting for Planning & Control (4 credits)

MBA 667 Global Business (4 credits)

Afternoon Session:
12:25-4 pm

MBA 668 Strategic Planning & Leadership (4 credits)

MBA 675 Integrative Project: Analysis and Synthesis (4 credits)

 

One-year MBA: Hybrid

This delivery option allows students to complete half of their courses online and half of the courses on-ground.
Students take two courses at a time; one on-ground and one online.  Each course lasts seven weeks.Sample Schedule

Sample Dates

On-Ground Course

Online Course

Session 1

MBA 533 Financial Accounting (4 credits)

MGT 510 Management and Leadership (4 credits)

Session 2

MBA 534 Business Statistics for Decision Making (4 credits)

MBA 635 Organizational Development and & Transformation (4 credits)

Session 3

MBA 662 Finance for Managers (4 credits)

MBA 663 Marketing in an E-World (4 credits)

Session 4

MBA 664 Economics for Global Business (4 credits)

MBA 636 Strategic HR Management (4 credits)

Session 5

MBA 665 Accounting for Planning & Control (4 credits)

MBA 668 Strategic Planning & Leadership (4 credits)

Session 6

MBA 675 Integrative Project: Analysis and Synthesis (4 credits)

MBA 667 Global Business (4 credits)

Note: On ground courses will run once per week from 6-10pm; an additional four hours per week will be required of all students in order to meet as learning teams and complete learning team assignments.

 

Master of Business Administration with concentration in Integrated Healthcare Delivery

The optional concentration in Integrated Healthcare Delivery provides additional coursework in the concepts of systems thinking and the learning organization within the context of the healthcare industry.  The concentration incorporates theory with practice, ensuring that our students will be well prepared to effectively meet the needs of their organization.

Course #

Course Title

Credits

Weeks

MGT 510

Management and Leadership

4

7

MBA 533

Financial Accounting

4

7

MOL 623

Systems Thinking and the Learning Organization

4

7

MBA 534

Business Statistics for Decision Making

4

7

MBA 635

Organizational Development and Transformation

4

7

MBA 636

Strategic Human Resource Management

4

7

MBA 662

Finance for Managers

4

7

MBA 663

Marketing in an E-World

4

7

MBA 664

Economics for Global Business

4

7

MOL 628

Leading Change and Transformation

4

7

MGT 610

Issues in Healthcare Management

4

7

FNS 627

Principles of Healthcare Finance

4

7

MBA 668

Strategic Planning and Leadership

4

7

MBA 675

Integrative Project: Analysis and Synthesis

4

7

 

Total

56

98