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Manhattan College New Online M.B.A. Program

Manhattan College has launched a new online Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) graduate program.

Riverdale, NY (PRWEB) March 02, 2016

Manhattan College Online M.B.A.

Unlike many other programs, Manhattan College’s online M.B.A. does not offer traditional business functions in isolation. Instead, the module-based curriculum looks at business problems in context, realizing that leaders must understand how different functions can work together to solve them.

“We cannot forecast the business problems of tomorrow — but we can absolutely forecast the skill sets that can solve them,” said Salwa Ammar, dean of the School of Business at Manhattan College. “Tomorrow’s leaders will need the ability to look at business in its larger context, not just in terms of functional silos. Manhattan College’s online M.B.A. program was designed to create leaders who possess that interdisciplinary perspective.”

The 36-credit program (45 credits for students with a non-business undergraduate degree) is designed for students with at least three years of professional experience, and can be completed in as little as two years. Students study three core academic modules focused on analysis and risk management, leadership and social justice and organizations and the competitive environment. The program concludes with two capstone courses that explore professional ethics and advanced strategic management.

About Manhattan College

Manhattan College emphasizes experiential learning and its practical application. Set against the backdrop of vibrant, opportunity-filled New York City, Manhattan College is an accredited institution with a small student to faculty ratio, and a proven track record of big career opportunities for its graduates. A Lasallian Catholic College, Manhattan is known for fostering respect, social outreach and strong sense of community. For more information, call 855-841-2843 or visit online.manhattan.edu.