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2017-2018 Academic Catalog | Business Administration (MBA)- BGS

Master of Business Administration (MBA)

 

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Description

Trinity’s executive-format MBA program is designed for busy professionals who want to further their professional and personal growth while focusing on their career.

Students will move in lock-step with a Cohort of similarly talented working professionals, finishing the 48-credit Cohort degree program in 20 months.

The MBA weekend, Hybrid format presents an innovative and flexible learning format. Each course features class meetings evenly divided between immersive on-campus meetings and equally rigorous independent, experiential off-campus learning. Our expert adjunct faculty bring a unique perspective to the classroom, designing pragmatic and relevant off-campus activities that mirror the business needs of today.

Trinity Washington University’s MBA program offers an unparalleled educational experience—superior instruction from expert faculty, an innovative, flexible learning format, and a strong commitment to graduating students who value community, collaboration, passion and pride.

Degree Requirements

To complete the Master of Business in Administration degree, students must complete the following courses:

First Year Fall Semester (9 credits)

ALL of the following courses:

BADM 601 MBA Fundamentals
BADM 697 Corporate Governance, Ethics and Social Responsibility
BADM 607 Managerial Statistics

First Year Spring Semester (12 credits)

ALL of the following courses:

BADM 621 Economics for Business Decision Making
BADM 608 Business Analytics
BADM 625 Financial and Managerial Accounting
First Elective*

*Elective selected in consultation with the program advisor.

First Year Summer Semester (6 credits)

ALL of the following courses:

BADM 622 Macroeconomics and the Global Economy
Second Elective*

*Elective selected in consultation with the program advisor.

Second Year Fall Semester (12 credits)

ALL of the following courses:

BADM 627 Corporate Finance
BADM 681 Global Strategic Management
BADM 633 Entrepreneurial Marketing and Sales
BADM 641 Technology and Operations Management

Second Year Spring Semester (9 credits)

ALL of the following courses:

BADM 651 Leadership and Organizational Behavior
BADM 690 Business Consulting Practicum
Third Elective*

*Elective selected in consultation with the program advisor.

Program Policies

Capstone Internship:
The Master of Business in Administration degree program requires students to complete the Business Consulting Practicum.  Student will be required to interact with local organizations to solve organizational and project-specific problems. The internship challenges students to leverage the knowledge, skills, and tools acquired during the program in order to assist local businesses. Students will present their findings at the end of the semester in a formal presentation to the client and a panel of faculty. Students must earn a grade of “B” or better on this project to complete the program.

Elective Courses:
After completing their first-semester  students tailor their course of study by choosing three program electives that best fit their  experience and career goals. Students work in consultation with their advisor to design their customized curriculum.

Grades in Graduate Courses:
Students must maintain a minimum GPA of 3.0 to graduate and no more than one grade of “C” may appear on their transcript.

Pass/No Pass:
Graduate students may not take courses on a Pass/No Pass basis; courses taken Pass/No Pass do not fulfill certificate requirements.

TELL Policy:
TELL credits are not applicable toward the degree.

Transfer Policy:
Students may transfer up to 6 graduate credits from other appropriately accredited institutions of higher learning toward the degree with approval from their faculty advisor. Associations recognized by the United States Department of Education (USDE) and the Commission on Higher Education (CHEA) confer appropriate accreditation; these associations include but are not limited to regional accreditors.

Course Descriptions

BADM 601 MBA Fundamentals
BADM 607 Managerial Statistics
BADM 608 Business Analytics
BADM 621 Economics for Business Decision Making
BADM 622 Macroeconomics and the Global Economy
BADM 625 Financial and Managerial Accounting
BADM 627 Corporate Finance
BADM 633 Entrepreneurial Marketing and Sales
BADM 641 Technology and Operations Management
BADM 651 Leadership and Organizational Behavior
BADM 681 Global Strategic Management
BADM 690 Business Consulting Practicum
BADM 697 Corporate Governance, Ethics and Social Responsibility

 


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