Business Administration (M.B.A.)
Marymount’s Master of Business Administration prepares you to face the powerful market forces that continue to reshape the business landscape. It’s called the “Integrative MBA,” or iMBA, and it will equip you with the tools needed to sharpen your professional edge and better compete in today’s dynamic environment.
In addition, Marymount delivers the quality, flexibility, and value sought by professionals in the DC area:
- A flexible mix of online, evening and Saturday classes to accomodate the schedules of both full-time students and working professionals.
- Benefit from a highly interactive and personal approach to your learning experience. Small classes and a team atmosphere provide the opportunity to connect with a diverse group of students from a variety of business environments.
- Marymount faculty members are experts in their fields, providing the critical balance of theory and application.
- Marymount’s M.B.A. program is accredited by the Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP).
Marymount’s M.B.A. program is a rigorous blend of best practices and practical application, preparing you to identify emerging business problems, think critically about options, and design, recommend and manage principled and effective solutions in an evolving global world.
Marymount now offers M.B.A. candidates two degree specialty options in Data Analytics or Leadership. Each specialty requires the completion of three (3) additional courses specific to the field of study.
Marymount also offers dual degrees: the M.B.A./M.A. in Human Resource Management, the M.B.A./M.S. in Information Technology, the M.B.A/M.S. in Cybersecurity, the M.S. in Health Care Management/M.B.A and the MBA/MS in Leadership Management.
Marymount’s M.B.A. curriculum is designed to enhance your problem-solving skills. You learn to ask questions that help hone your thinking – critically, strategically, ethically, and globally. You will gain knowledge of the complete business enterprise as well as the skills to make sound business decisions.
Available at Marymount’s Ballston Center and on-line.