M.B.A. (Master of Business Administration)
Providing busy professionals with flexibility in scheduling, our competency-based Master’s degree in business administration offers students an innovative combination of academic coursework and professional development activities. Our students build skills in critical thinking, strategic management, cultural understanding, problem solving and values-based leadership. Our Trinity M.B.A. fosters purposeful reflection, learning and development of ethical standards in relation to personal and corporate social responsibility.
Our program prepares students for the management and leadership of today’s complex organizations. Our M.B.A. program begins with a multidisciplinary foundational course for all students and ends with a capstone course.
Featured CoursesBADM 603 Communication for ManagersAllows managers to develop both their verbal and written communication skills by incorporating lectures, discussions and workshops in grammar, writing, communication fundamentals, and making effective presentations. Formerly BUA 501 Communication for Managers
3 credits BADM 607 Quantitative Methods for Managerial Decision MakingIntroduces managers to quantitative concepts, ratios, and techniques that can be utilized to analyze organizational performance and make managerial decisions. The course addresses the kinds of problems that can be tackled quantitatively, the methods for doing so, and the difficulties involved in gathering the relevant data. The emphasis is on quantitative techniques that can be applied in diverse industries and functional areas, including finance, operations, accounting, and marketing. Fomerly BUA 602 Quantitative Methods for Managerial Decision Making.
3 credits BADM 627 Financial Decision MakingPresents a wide range of important issues in managerial finance, including such topics as the role of finance in organizations, principles of financial analysis and control, capital budgeting techniques, investment decisions under uncertainty, financial structure and cost of capital, sources of long- and short-term financing, working capital management, and multinational aspects of financial management. Formerly BUA 605 Financial Decision Making.
3 credits BADM 633 Integrated Marketing CommunicationsProvides a managerial orientation to marketing in complex, rapidly changing, global environments. Students receive a working knowledge of the activities involved in developing marketing programs and strategies to achieve competitive advantage, and examine how to design and conduct an integrated marketing campaign to capitalize on opportunities, addressing such issues as advertising; sales promotions; direct, database, and e-commerce marketing; and public relations. Formerly BUA 603 Integrated Marketing Communications.
3 credits BADM 641 Information Systems and Technology in OrganizationsIntroduces the importance of information systems to an organization and examines the issues associated with managing them. Provides a strategic view of information systems and technology, and a discussion of the strategic, legal, and ethical issues underlying management of information technology in an organization. This course also examines current issues related to organizational uses of information technology, including such topics as information security and integrity, electronic commerce and the World Wide Web, and intellectual property rights.
Cross-tallied with ISYS 611 Information Systems in Organizations BADM 681 Global Operations and StrategyFocuses on the strategic issues involved in managing and leading a truly global operation involving diverse economies, political systems, and cultures. Addresses the international business environment, multinational corporations as economic, social, and political institutions, issues of control and coordination, and the operating issues of managing the work force, other managers, and management systems. The approach of the course is interdisciplinary and cross-functional. Formerly BUA 608 Global Operations and Strategy.
3 credits BADM 697 Ethics & Social ResponsibilityUtilizing a case study approach, this course examines cases and causes of unethical behavior in organizations. Students consider the perspectives of multiple stakeholders while learning strategies to create and sustain organizational integrity. Ethical frameworks for decision making and values-bases leadership are explored in relation to the current challenges faced by organizations.
3 credits BADM 699 MBA CapstoneIntegrates skills and knowledge gained throughout the MBA program. Engaging in a strategic management approach, students conduct research projects on current business and industry sectors.
- Program Manager
- Project Manager
- Business Analyst
Dr. Stanley Nwoji, Assistant Professor of Business Administration