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Master of Business Administration

Master of Business Administration

The world is vastly changing, and it needs leaders like you to make it a better place.

The MBA program at Ursuline College prepares students to be socially responsible managers and leaders from an ethical, values-based perspective. Students are empowered with the knowledge, skills, and values to help organizations make a transformational difference in our community and in our global business environment.

Building on our heritage of a holistic approach and values-based education in the Catholic tradition, our MBA Program prepares tomorrow’s leaders for the challenges and opportunities of the marketplace and emerging global economy. Working with our world-class faculty, students gain a strong sense of corporate citizenship, ethical decision-making, and a global understanding of business’ role in shaping society. This preparation is accomplished through educational experiences emphasizing communication skills, independent thinking, creative problem solving, and professional integrity.

The world is vastly changing, and it needs leaders like you to make it a better place.

The MBA program at Ursuline College prepares students to be socially responsible managers and leaders from an ethical, values-based perspective. Students are empowered with the knowledge, skills, and values to help organizations make a transformational difference in our community and in our global business environment.

Building on our heritage of a holistic approach and values-based education in the Catholic tradition, our MBA Program prepares tomorrow’s leaders for the challenges and opportunities of the marketplace and emerging global economy. Working with our world-class faculty, students gain a strong sense of corporate citizenship, ethical decision-making, and a global understanding of business’ role in shaping society. This preparation is accomplished through educational experiences emphasizing communication skills, independent thinking, creative problem solving, and professional integrity.

Our holistic approach to MBA education provides each student with three personal career-coaching sessions throughout the program with a faculty member and advisor. The first session occurs in the beginning of the program, the second half-way through and the third close to graduation.

These sessions focus on your career goals, on determining your purpose, your passions, your curiosity and your individual future intentions, not just in your career but in your life.

The MBA program is designed for the convenience and flexibility of working professionals. Courses are offered in 8-week or 5-week sessions using a hybrid or an online delivery format. Most courses only meet one evening per week on either a Tuesday or Thursday evening course schedule. Select one of four different areas of specialization for your MBA: Management, Health Services Management, Entrepreneurial Leadership, or Financial Planning and Accounting.

MBA: Management Track Required Courses

  • MBA 501: Leadership Issues in Management
  • MBA 505: Socially Conscious Economy
  • MBA 506: Marketing and E-Commerce: Global and Domestic
  • MBA 515: Information Systems Management
  • MBA 554: Integrated Project Management
  • MBA 561: Financial Reporting, Statement Analysis, and Ethics (or MBA 511: Financial Accounting: Theory, Research, and Ethics)
  • MBA 571: Managerial Accounting and Professional Ethics (or MBA 562: Financial Management and Investment Analysis)
  • MBA 602: Operations Management
  • MBA 664: Quality Management and Leadership
  • MBA 665: Risk Management and Managing Communications
  • MBA 666: Procurement Management and Ethics
  • MBA 651: Strategic Management and Global Dynamics (Capstone Course)

MBA: Health Services Management Track Required Courses

  • MBA 501: Leadership Issues in Management
  • MBA 505: Socially Conscious Economy
  • MBA 506: Marketing and E-Commerce: Global and Domestic
  • MBA 515: Information Systems Management
  • MBA 554: Integrated Project Management
  • MBA 561: Financial Reporting, Statement Analysis, and Ethics (or MBA 511: Financial Accounting: Theory, Research, and Ethics)
  • MBA 571: Managerial Accounting and Professional Ethics (or MBA 562: Financial Management and Investment Analysis)
  • MBA 602: Operations Management
  • MBA 641: Managing Health Service Organizations
  • MBA 642: Economics and Finance in Health Services Management
  • MBA 643: Ethical and Legal Issues in Healthcare
  • MBA 651: Strategic Management and Global Dynamics (Capstone Course)

MBA: Entrepreneurial Leadership Track Required Courses

  • MBA 501: Leadership Issues in Management
  • MBA 505: Socially Conscious Economy
  • MBA 506: Marketing and E-Commerce: Global and Domestic
  • MBA 554: Integrated Project Management
  • MBA 561: Financial Reporting, Statement Analysis, and Ethics (or MBA 511: Financial Accounting: Theory, Research, and Ethics)
  • MBA 571: Managerial Accounting and Professional Ethics (or MBA 562: Financial Management and Investment Analysis)
  • MBA 602: Operations Management
  • MBA 634: Ethical and Legal Issues in Business
  • MBA 667: New Venture Creation
  • MBA 668: Entrepreneurship and Innovation
  • MBA 669: Ethical and Entrepreneurial Leadership
  • MBA 651: Strategic Management and Global Dynamics (Capstone Course)

MBA: Financial Planning and Accounting Track Required Courses 

  • MBA 501: Leadership Issues in Management
  • MBA 505: Socially Conscious Economy
  • MBA 506: Marketing and E-Commerce: Global and Domestic
  • MBA 554: Integrated Project Management
  • MBA 561: Financial Reporting, Statement Analysis, and Ethics (or MBA 511: Financial Accounting: Theory, Research, and Ethics)
  • MBA 571: Managerial Accounting and Professional Ethics (or MBA 562: Financial Management and Investment Analysis)
  • MBA 602: Operations Management
  • MBA 621: Financial Planning: Theory, Practice, and Ethics
  • MBA 622: Accounting for Retirement Plans
  • MBA 623: Risk Management and Insurance Analysis
  • MBA 625: Taxation and Business Entities
  • MBA 651: Strategic Management and Global Dynamics (Capstone Course)

Dr. Debra Fleming, M.B.A., C.P.A.
Dr. Rosemarie Emanuele
Dr. Portia Winston-Brown
Ms. Anne Murphy Brown, J.D.
Mr. Keith Fricke, M.B.A., P.M.P.
Ms. Teresa Barber, P.M.P., C.P.H.I.M.S.
Mr. Tom McGinty, M.B.A.

Are you ready?

If you’re ready to see how you can change the world as an Ursuline student, begin your application below. Not ready to apply yet? Start learning more about Ursuline by requesting information or visiting today.