About the Business Administration Master’s Program
The MBA program provides a broad background in business with particular emphasis on developing managerial perspective, analytical tools, and business skills. The Rawls College of Business provides Microsoft Office Excel Specialist certification. This certification is required for graduation. The 42-hour program is AACSB accredited and may be completed in one of four formats:
STEM MBA: In this lock-step format, students may choose to complete the program in 12 or 24 months. They are required to complete the STEM concentration, and may choose to add an additional concentration in either Information Technology or Marketing Analytics.
Online MBA: In this flexible format, students may choose to complete the program in as few as 12 months. Students may choose to add an additional concentration in Information Technology.
Professional MBA: In this lock-step format, students complete the program in 2 years. Students may choose to add an additional concentration in Big Data Strategy.
Dual MBA: Format and time to completion vary per primary program. A joint venture with Texas Tech University Health Science Center offers a concentration in Health Organization Management for select programs.
All MBA programs are lock-step; please work with the MBA advisor for course scheduling.
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The 6-Hour STEM concentration Introduces business application in STEM related industries. Students with STEM backgrounds will be able to apply concepts to STEM related jobs.
STEM MBA students may choose from either general business electives, or a second concentration in Information Technology, or Healthcare Organization Management.
Concentration in Information Technology
The 9-Hour IT concentration introduces IT courses relevant for managers working in the IT industry. Students desire to work in the IT field after earning an MBA will benefit from this concentration.
Concentration in Healthcare Organization Management
The 6-Hour Healthcare Organization Management concentration introduces courses relevant for managers working in the Healthcare industry. Students desire to work in the Healthcare field after earning their MBA will benefit from this concentration.
Marketing Analytics Concentration
The 9-Hour Marketing Analytics concentration introduces Analytics courses relevant for managers working in industry. Students who desire to work in Marketing after earning an MBA will benefit from this concentration.
Big Data Strategy Concentration
The 12-Hour Big Data Strategy concentration introduces courses relevant for students who desire to manage and analyze business data using information technology tools and quantitative methods with the objective of optimizing business processes.