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M.B.A.

Group of students, two males, one female, discussing The Business Administration program at Rosemont College introduces students to concepts and problems which will be invaluable to their careers. Courses focus on curriculum with a base in real-world experiences, taught by instructors with detailed experience running and working in businesses. Our students strive to become the new leaders of business, leaving with the knowledge necessary to advance their careers, serving themselves and their communities

The program is deeply rooted in Rosemont's central code of ethics, driving our students and staff to make reasoned moral decisions, as students learn from lectures and workshops offered by the Institute For Ethical Leadership, allowing them to become respected and confident business leaders. Furthermore, the program is designed for working individuals, offering 7 week courses that meet one night per week  at our Main Campus or Online Options.

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"The pleasure of teaching both undergraduate and graduate accelerated business classes is the ability to truly know and understand the students we serve.  After thirteen years of teaching, I'm more enthusiastic than ever about the "power of small" and Rosemont's mission to mentor every student with personal attention and a desire to make their learning meaningful not just for today but for their entire lives."

-Tom Blades
Adjunct Professor, School of Graduate & Professional Studies

The 33-credit program is designed to be completed in less than two years. Classes can be taken at Rosemont’s campus on the Main Line with some online options. Students may choose the traditional classroom format or take the program fully on line. The emphasis of the program is on the practical application of student learning. 

 

Leadership Fundamentals: Ethical Leadership and Values Driven Organizations
Decision Making Methods
Managerial Accounting
Marketing Theory and data Analysis
Economics in the Workplace
Ethics, Integrity, and Social Responsibility
Competing in a Global Market
Markets, Globalization and Culture
International law
Financial Principles and Policy
Information Systems Strategy
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