Master of Business Administration (MBA)
Advance Your Career With a Trinity MBA!
Trinity’s MBA program is presented in an executive hybrid format geared to busy working professionals. Students can complete the program in 20 months in an accelerated 8-week format. The curriculum is pragmatic, relevant, and rigorous. Students gain business expertise to become game changers while learning practical skills in the classroom and through internships and field work. Trinity’s Washington, D.C., location and networking connections provide students with a competitive advantage to be innovative leaders equipped to adapt in an evolving global business landscape.
The Trinity MBA program is taught by experienced business practitioners from a wide-range of industries working closely with academic faculty in the School of Business and Graduate Studies. Trinity’s faculty brings industry experience, proven business acumen and the ability to teach both theory and practice.
- Duration: 20 Month Program
- Executive Hybrid Format
- Friday and Saturday Course Meetings
- On-Campus and Off-Campus Learning Activities
- 48 Credits
- Core Business Curriculum (33 credits)
- Interdisciplinary Electives (9 credits)
- Core Skills Refresher (3 credits)
- Capstone (3 credits)
What You’ll Learn
- Ethics: Students will be able to detect ethical challenges in their chosen profession and articulate the consequences of unethical behavior
- Diversity: Students will be able to diagnose cross-cultural communication issues and propose appropriate solutions
- Leadership: Students will distinguish the legal, ethic, and economic responsibilities of corporate leaders
- Functional Knowledge: Students will be able to integrate functional knowledge and managerial competency to define strategic alternatives for a business problem
- Quantitative Analysis: Students will be able to deconstruct a business problem and use analytical techniques to generate alternatives and develop a solution
- Professional Skills: Students will be able to compose logical, persuasive and well written business documents.
Featured CoursesBADM 601 MBA FundamentalsThis course helps incoming MBA students get off to a fast academic start.
Topics include program content, business fundamentals and current events. Written and oral communications are emphasized.
The course schedule and curriculum is coordinated with Program requirements.
Formerly BADM 601 - MBA Gateway
Prerequisites: None BADM 607 Managerial StatisticsThis course introduces concepts in probability and statistics that support evidence-based managerial decision making.
Topics include: data analysis, probability sampling, regression and hypothesis testing.
Formerly - BADM 607 Quantitative Methods for Managerial Decision Making.
Prerequisites: BADM 601 BADM 608 Business AnalyticsThis course introduces techniques in data management and evidence-based decision making.
Topics include: quantitative concepts, framing the business problem/question, and selecting analytic approaches.
Prerequisites: BADM 607 BADM 621 Economics for Business Decision MakingThis course introduces concepts of supply and demand and the basic forces that determine an equilibrium in a market economy.
Topics include: International trade, the impact of uncertainty on consumer behavior, capital markets, and economic policy and social insurance.
Formerly - BADM 621 Economics for Managers
Prerequisites: BADM 607 BADM 622 Macroeconomics and the Global EconomyThis course introduces factors that provide managers a systematic way to understand and respond to domestic and global macroeconomic fluctuations.
Topics include: monetary and fiscal policy, GDP, inflation and interest
Prerequisites: BADM 621 BADM 625 Financial and Managerial AccountingThe course adopts a decision-maker perspective on accounting and finance with the goal of helping students develop a framework for understanding financial, managerial, and tax reports.
Topics include: income statements, balance sheets, theories of asset and income measurement, budgeting and cost management.
Formerly - BADM 625 Managerial Accounting
Prerequisites: BADM 607 BADM 641 Technology and Operations ManagementThis course introduces the management and improvement of physical and information flows within product and service delivery organizations.
Topics include: quality, capacity and inventory management, process analysis, and product development.
Formerly - BADM 641 Information Systems and Technology in Organizations
Prerequisites: BADM 601 BADM 651 Leadership and Organizational BehaviorThis course introduces management and governance systems leaders can use to promote responsible conduct by the firm and its employees.
Topics include: legal, ethical, and economic responsibilities of corporate leaders, the role of personal values in effective leadership, and the design of effective organizations.
Formerly BADM 651 - Management and Leadership Development.
Prerequisites: BADM 601
- Program Manager
- Project Manager
- Business Analyst
- Finance and Accounting