Graduate & Professional Programs

Business & Management

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In today’s competitive business climate, you need to stand out to get ahead. Whether your goal is a promotion, salary increase or new position, Emmanuel’s graduate programs in business and management are designed to give skilled professionals, like you, the leg up you need to move your career forward. 

At Emmanuel, your preparation to be a business leader reaches far beyond the classroom. Real-world applications are taught by faculty who are renowned business professionals, and programs are grounded in fundamentals such as ethics, organizational behavior and/or financial management. MBA concentrations and graduate certificates are also available in Business Analytics, Human Resource Management or Research Administration.

Students completing the Master of Business Administration program will:

  • Develop analytical and critical thinking skills that can be applied to emerging and complex challenges in modern businesses.
  • Utilize knowledge of social justice and awareness of stakeholder needs to engage in ethical and moral decision-making.
  • Gain a unique set of tools that will enable students to collect, analyze and interpret business data in order to engage in evidence-based decision-making.
  • Develop the interpersonal and reflective skills needed to be valued team members and strong corporate citizens.
  • Practice and develop strong written and oral communications skills that allow them to inform, persuade, negotiate and lead in their future workplaces.

Students completing the MBA in Human Resource Management will:

  • Demonstrate a proficiency of knowledge in the areas of leadership, ethics and behavioral science interventions in an organizational context.
  • Have advanced their ability in critical anal[1]ysis and written and oral communications.
  • Have a basic understanding of managing total rewards, talent acquisition and management strategies and labor relations and employment law.
  • Demonstrate a proficiency of knowledge in the areas of research methods, organizational development, and strategic planning

Students completing the MBA in Research Administration will:

  1. Demonstrate a proficiency of knowledge in the areas of research administration, finance and accounting for sponsored programs, compliance and regulatory issues.
  2. Have advanced their ability in critical analysis and written and oral communications.
  3. Have a basic understanding of leadership and organizational behavior.
  4. Demonstrate a proficiency of knowledge in the areas of organizational change and development, and managing diversity.

Are you ready to take your business career to the next level? Learn more today!

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