The Management MBA provides graduates with critical thinking and decision-making skills, as well as comprehensive knowledge of key leadership and management principles. The program is designed to provide students with the skills and knowledge necessary to progress to a higher level in their organization or take the next step in their career. The Management MBA is a 15 course, 45 credit hour degree program which leads to a Masters of Business Administration degree and a certificate in Management. Students interested in learning more should click here. To apply, visit www.brenau.edu/apply.
Brenau also offers the option to students already holding a post-graduate degree to earn the Management Certificate by completing the 5 required courses in the Management Concentration curriculum.
To enhance their success in the program, students are required to take BA 500 MBA Foundations (3 hours) and BA507 Introduction to Business Communications (3 hours). These courses must be completed before starting the other MBA coursework.
The core curriculum is taught online or at one of our 5 campuses. There are 8 courses in the MBA core curriculum (24 hours):
BA 642 Cross-Cultural Business Challenges
BA 670 Integrated Business Operations
AC 721 Budgeting for Managers
BA 787 Global Economics
MG 729 Management & Organizational Behavior
BA 723 Financial Management
MK 715 Marketing Management
BA 799 Strategic Management & Policy
Concentration courses are primarily taught online. Students take five courses to complete the concentration (15 hours):
OL 703 Critical Thinking
MG 730 Management Leadership
PM 620 Introduction to Project Management
MG 785 International Organizational Behavior
MG 795 Evolution of Management Theory
Dr. Jeannie Gaines, holds a Ph.D. in Business Administration from the University of Florida and a BSN and MSN from the University of Kentucky, College of Nursing. Prior to joining Brenau, she was Director of Graduate Programs at the University of South Florida, College of Business. Dr. Gaines’ research — including work stress, corporate social responsibility and the impact of neuro-scientific developments in organizations–has been published in a number of leading business journals. Dr. Gaines can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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1. Fill out the online application or download a form and mail or fax it to the Office of Admissions. The application is available at www.brenau.edu/apply
2. Request Official Transcripts from all previous institutions and have them sent directly to the Office of Graduate Admissions.
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Financial Aid Procedures
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Please note: Financial aid cannot be awarded to students who have not been officially admitted to the university.
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