Applied Learning that will Advance Your Career
The online Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) from Seton Hall University’s Stillman School of Business provides the knowledge of the functional areas of business you hope to receive in an M.B.A. education. Through the university’s deep alumni and professional ties in New York City, the online M.B.A. program also combines the benefits of online learning with tangible connections to the center of the business world.
Seton Hall’s M.B.A. degree online additionally offers a unique emphasis on ethics and leading with purpose that makes the program truly stand apart. In fact, the two pillars that comprise the foundation of this program are ethically centered leadership and transforming concepts into business practice.
- 40 credits
- Complete in just over two years
- Build connections at the center of business
Your coursework will develop functional business knowledge, analytical thinking and global management skills that you can apply immediately in your emerging career. You will also have the option to choose a general learning track or a concentration in Accounting, Finance or Marketing to tailor your learning to your career goals.
In addition to building real-world skills, you will also forge career-building connections by studying at a highly regarded institution with strong corporate ties in New York City, the center of the business world.
Study in a program focused on purposeful ethical leadership and on transforming business concepts into practice.
Program Learning Outcomes
In this M.B.A. program, you will:
- Build your functional and cross-functional business knowledge in an integrative manner.
- Learn to apply critical thinking and analysis skills to complex business situations and problems.
- Build the management skills to anticipate, identify, and respond to changes in global environments and articulate how to strategically leverage international opportunities.
- Develop the ability to effectively and persuasively communicate in a wide variety of business settings with diverse audiences.
- Build the leadership skills necessary to foster community, achieve consensus and reach organizational goals, while contributing to the common good.