College of Professional Studies and Social Sciences
The Master of Business Administration program will address the ethical, moral, and philosophical issues related to management and business leadership in a direct and meaningful approach. The program is uniquely designed to intertwine a traditional MBA curriculum with "soft skills" and will cover "the human side of management." The program goals and objectives reflect an emphasis on critical thinking, practice-based creation and interpretation of business data, and comprehensive decision making that considers all information available and all aspects of the impact of decisions.
Learners who complete the program will gain additional and practical expertise in their profession while engaging in intellectual discourse with peers and experts that will prepare the participants to be the leaders of dialog in the business world.
The MBA offers an opportunity for students to specialize in the following areas:.
* The MBA coupled with a BS in Accounting satisfies the 150-hour required to become a CPA mandated by many states.
Courses are offered in evening and day formats. Blackboard may be used as an additional component in some courses in the MBA program. Misericordia University uses Blackboard as the platform for distance education. Training is available on how to use this Internet tool.
You can begin classes in Fall, Spring, or Summer sessions.
In order to participate in WebCT classes, individuals must possess basic computer skills such as word processing, have the ability to send and receive emails and attachments, download files, and be familiar with searching the Internet.
The minimum configuration is a Pentium III, 667MHZ, 128 meg of RAM. The standard (preferred) configuration is a Pentium IV, 2 GHZ, 256 meg of RAM. If you are on campus, you would need a network card. If you are accessessing course materials from off campus, a "broadband" Internet connection such as DSL or cable is highly preferred. A "dial up" line with a 56K modem may not be adequate. Macintosh systems are not supported. Current versions of Internet Explorer and Netscape are supported.
In order to be considered for financial assistance, a student must be enrolled for a minimum of six (6) credits per semester. Students with a bachelor’s degree are not eligible for federal or state grant money. However, federal loan money is available.
A tuition reimbursement letter stating the terms of the benefit from the employer must be on file prior to registration. This payment plan permits tuition and fees to be paid up to 30 days after the issuance of grades instead of at the time of registration. It is the responsibility of the student, not the employer, to ensure that payment is made. Students receiving only partial tuition benefits must make arrangements to pay the costs that are not covered by the employer at the time of registration.
For information on the MBA program, please contact David Pasquini at 570-674-8183, toll free at 1-866-262-6363; or by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr. Tim Kearney, Ph.D., Director of Business Graduate Programs, at 570-674-1487 or by e-mail at email@example.com.