The Master of Business Administration (MBA) at Carson-Newman University offers two paths to the MBA. The first option is a 10-course study program and the second is a 12-course study program. The 12-course study program option offers students an opportunity to develop a greater depth of knowledge in select areas of study, specializations. These specializations include Human Resources, Leadership, Marketing, Operations Management, and Sports Management.
The program is designed to achieve the following learning goals:
Goal I. Students will understand the functional areas of business law, accounting/finance, information systems, quantitative methods, organizational behavior, marketing, entrepreneurship, leadership, managerial economics, and strategic management.
Goal II. Students will develop analytical and problem-solving skills.
Goal III. Students will demonstrate effective communication skills.
Goal IV. Students will apply principles of management, accountability, and technology within a business organization.