Why University of Michigan, Dearborn?
An online Master of Business Administration degree program is offered by this mid-sized public research university in Dearborn, Michigan under the aegis of its College of Business. Applicants should demonstrate completion of an undergraduate course in college algebra, finite math, pre-calculus or calculus with a grade of C or better. Standardized test scores (GMAT or GRE) are required of most applicants, but no minimum GPA is expected.
|University Name||University of Michigan, Dearborn|
|Name of Degree||Master of Business Administration|
|School or Department Administering Program||College of Business|
|Cost per credit||$883.00|
|Tuition for Entire Program||$42,384.00|
|Test Requirements||Waivers available|
|Prerequisite Courses and Skills||A grade of “C” or better in an undergraduate course in college algebra, finite math, pre-calculus, or calculus|
|Campus Visit Required?||no|
|Typical Time to Complete||2-3 years|
|When Can Students Start the Program?||Fall, Winter|
|Does the Program Include a Capstone?||no|
|Does the program include a practicum or internship?||no|
|Other Features that Make the Program Unique||Dual degree with Finance, Health Services Administration, Supply Chain Management, Industrial and Systems Engineering, Information Systems, and Finance; curriculum breadth requirement ensures you take courses in a range of topics|
|Program Objectives (quoted directly from the program)||MBA students will: Demonstrate knowledge of disciplinary concepts, terminology, models, and perspectives. Identify business problems and apply appropriate solutions (problem-finding/problem-solving). Integrate knowledge across disciplinary areas (integrative thinking). Apply knowledge in a global environment. MBA students will: Demonstrate an ability to effectively communicate in a manner that is typically required of a business professional. Goal 3: Students will appreciate the importance of ethical/corporate social responsibility principles. MBA students will: Identify and explain alternative approaches to ethical/corporate social responsibility issues.|
|Program Description||This program prepares students to apply perspectives and problem-solving across global contexts and diverse disciplinary areas, requiring 48 credits over a span of 2-3 years of study. While hands-on learning is emphasized, no internship is required. A capstone course closes the program, which has specializations in Accounting; Finance; International Business; Information Systems Management.|
What will I Learn?
In the course of learning the core ideas and approaches of business, students in this MBA will learn to identify and solve problems, communicate effectively, and behave ethically.
.Core courses in the program include Developing and Interpreting Financial Information. Economic Analysis: Firm and Consumer, and Corporate Social Responsibility. Students learn key skills in Applied Statistical Modeling, Financial Fundamentals and Value Creation and Computer and Information Systems. They learn how to manage people and operations in Marketing Management, Organization Behavior and Operations Management.
Students can choose to concentrate in Accounting, Finance, International Business, or Information Systems Management.
How much will the program cost?
Students finish their degree within 2-3 years and pay $883.00 per credit for a total of 48 credits, or just over $42,000.00 for the entire degree.
How does the program fit into my life?
An asynchronous approach to teaching and learning is a hallmark of this program. Students complete online activities, including watching online lectures, on their own schedule each week. Most students work full-time while completing their studies and graduate within 2-3 years.
Fall and Winter are both starting points for admitted students. Students do not visit campus at any point during their studies.
The design of the MBA curriculum at UMichigan-Dearborn ensures that students graduate with both a breadth and depth of business knowledge, at a price that is mid-range for the discipline. Some applicants may be attracted by the opportunity for a dual degree with Finance, Health Services Administration, Supply Chain Management, Industrial and Systems Engineering, Information Systems, or Finance. Ethics and social responsibility are emphasized throughout this MBA education.