Sandra Spataro, Ph.D., Graduate Program Director
Ned Jackson, Director of College of Business Graduate Program Administration
The Master of Business Administration is a degree designed to equip its graduates for success and enhancement in the workplace. Through an integrated curriculum, hybrid courses, and small cohort sizes students receive all of their education and skills for advancement in their career at a location close to home in the Northern Kentucky area. The program is aimed toward full-time working professionals, and classes are held during the week in the evening.
The program focuses on an integrated curriculum on the following topics:
- Managing and Leading Organizations
- Managerial Concepts and Tools
- Global Environments
- Strategy and Structure
- Managing for the Future
This two-year program, distinctive in content and delivery, is precisely calibrated for high-potential individuals looking to meet the demands of leading organizations in the 21st century.
Candidates need to have at least three years experience in an organization.
They might have previous business education or maybe not. Either way, they have learned something from their work experience.
Admissions Requirements for the Program
- An application for the MBA admission and the application fee.
- Official copies of transcripts of all undergraduate and graduate (if applicable) coursework from accredited institutions.
- A minimum undergraduate grade point average (GPA) of 2.75 is required for consideration.
- An official copy if the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) score report taken within the last five (5) years. A minimum score of 525 is required for consideration.
- A current resume (Three years of work experience is highly preferred).
- An essay explaining how an MBA can help you reach your professional goals (500-750 words)
- Three letters of recommendation are required. One letter of recommendation must be from the most recent employer.
- If an international applicant, the iBT TOEFL must be submitted.
This is a highly competitive program and will accept a limited number of candidates. All documentation (applications and admissions materials) must be submitted by June 1 to be considered for the fall term.
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