Evening MBA Program
The primary goal of the Graduate Business Evening MBA Program at Ursuline is to prepare students to become socially responsible managers and leaders from an ethical, values-based perspective. The evening MBA program is designed for the convenience and flexibility of working professionals. Students have an option to only attend on campus class sessions - one evening per week if they decides to take only one course at a time. The evening program was also designed for students to complete the 36 credit hour program in one year (Ursuline's Fast Track - One Year MBA) if they start the program in the fall semester; students who pursue the one year program will be required to complete four courses (12 credit hours) per semester.
The Evening MBA program includes four concentration options: 1) management; 2) health services management; 3) marketing and communications management; and 4) financial planning and accounting. The most distinguishing feature of Ursuline’s concentration areas is the integrated, cross-disciplinary design feature that focuses on the interrelationships across business areas. This feature provides graduates of the program with a competitive career advantage in the field of leadership and management.
Students enrolled in the Evening MBA Program can receive a 10% tuition discount. For more information and course requirements, click here
Executive MBA Program
The Executive MBA Program with a concentration in Ethical and Entrepreneurial Leadership is designed for those individuals interested in learning how to become entrepreneurial leaders and how to build an entrepreneurial organization of the future. Over the past thirty-five years, entrepreneurial leadership, innovation and new venture creation have had an extraordinary impact on cultural and economic landscapes, not only in the United States, but also on international basis. Entrepreneurship is opportunity-centered and it enables individuals to pursue and realize their dreams, to seek opportunities that match who they are, what they want to be, and how and where they want to live.
The area of entrepreneurship has become an increasingly important area of study for managers and leaders in all types of organizations. Ursuline’s entrepreneurial and ethical leadership concentration focuses on the entrepreneurial leader as an innovative manager and the processes and techniques that one uses to manage from an ethical, values-based decision making perspective. Upon completion of the required courses of study, students will be able to: analyze business plans/project plans, evaluate resource requirements, conduct market research, determine financing strategies, create growth and divesture strategies, conduct strategic planning and apply holistic systems thinking processes to enhance the creativeness of cross-functional teams (using technology as the enabler).
Students enrolled in the Executive MBA Program can receive a 15%
tuition discount. For more information and course requirements, click here
. For questions or for more information, please contact Director of Graduate
Admission Melanie Steele at 440 646 8146 or email@example.com.