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Master's of Business Administration (MBA)

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    Nov 16
    At first glance, 36 credits might sound daunting – especially if
    you’re a working professional. But at Concordia, you can complete your
    MBA in less than two years – while still working full-time. Each class
    lasts eight weeks and is taught by industry experts in the classroom or
    online.To get more news about best university in china for mba, you can visit acem.sjtu.edu.cn official website.



    You’ll take five newly revamped core classes, required for every
    student, four classes chosen from your concentration area, two
    experiential learning courses and finalize your experience with a
    capstone course.



    Our curriculum includes STEM courses and concentrations, weeklong
    study abroad options to China and Austria, dual degree opportunities and
    internship credits. You’ll also get industry-related exam prep and
    certificates in your concentration area. Because we want to get you
    started on the right track, we accept up to six graduate transfer
    credits. Plus, no GMAT or GRE are required to apply.



    The Robert W. Plaster Free Enterprise Center promises to be a place
    where entrepreneurial collaboration and healthcare innovation can occur
    together. Learn more about the new academic building here.

    This program is all about the professors. As a student, that may sound
    unusual. But the point is, learning from real-world practitioners with
    extensive professional industry experience is going to set you apart.
    Your classmates are like-minded professionals striving to learn today’s
    critical innovative business skills, so you’ll be learning from the best
    alongside the best. You’ll also receive excellent advising (whether
    you’re an online or on-campus student), facilitated by a dedicated staff
    who’s always willing to schedule advising times that are convenient for
    you. You’ll come out of this program with a deeper understanding of how
    to make important financial decisions, analyze data, manage diverse
    work groups and be a leader in your concentration area.



    Where can you go after your earn this degree? Consider our doctoral
    programs, including a Doctor of Business Administration (DBA). This DBA
    is designed to address the current challenges facing companies, leaders,
    and teams in today’s business environment. Students will develop
    scholar-practitioner skills as they learn from industry experts skilled
    in blending applied learning with theory development. Students will
    leave the program equipped with the tools, experience, and knowledge to
    transform organizations and improve performance through grounded
    research methods.