You can tailor your education to support a chosen career or industry.
- We offer 6 career and 3 enrichment concentrations, and 2 focus areas.
- Choose 1 or combine 2 concentrations specific to your needs.
- Or design your own course of general management study by choosing from a wide variety of electives.
Career Concentrations represent the primary focus for your MBA career. The most comprehensive type of concentration, career concentrations equip you with knowledge and skills to propel you into MBA-level jobs upon graduation. Career concentrations most closely mirror the hiring needs of employers, while also reflecting the priorities and key competencies of the MBA Program.
Enrichment Concentrations provide an additional set of coursework to enhance your career concentration. In many cases, enrichment concentrations signal where or through which lens you will perform the job duties within your primary career concentration. Enrichment concentrations also reflect the school’s unique resources and/or academic centers in these areas of study.
Focus areas represent emerging areas of program expertise, reflecting the school’s unique resources.
Prepares students for various roles within the Energy sector. The Energy focus area complements MBA career and enrichment concentrations, and provides students with exposure to the energy value chain as well as the design and management of energy markets.
Most Popular Elective Courses:
- Alternative Energy
- Energy Project Finance
- Renewable Energy: Project Development and Finance
- Family Business
We believe an MBA program helps students most when it gives them opportunities to test their knowledge outside the classroom. Independent Study projects bolster student learning acquired in the classroom and allow students to develop specialized knowledge to further their business and/or professional acumen. Currently students can pursue independent studies by serving as a teaching assistant, conducting faculty-directed research, or completing an unpaid internship during the academic year.
Some recent examples of Independent Study projects include:
Industry and market analysis for an alternative energy company seeking a new digital marketing platform
Market analysis of various geographies for a real estate development firm
Assessment of various investment options for a private equity firm
Development of mobile payment options for a software company seeking entry into foreign markets.