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
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 627 Corporate FinanceThis course introduce teh role of fiance in corporate decision-making and meetnig the demands of investors and key stakeholders.
Topics include: time value of money, asset management, cost of captial, capital budgeting, and lead generation.
Formerly BADM 627 Financial Decision Making.
Prerequisites: None BADM 633 Entrepreneurial Marketing and SalesThe course introduces frameworks to address the unique marketing and sales issues that impact entrepreneurs.
Topics include: customer acquisition and retention, value propositions, budgeting, and lead generation.
Formerly - BADM 633 - Integrated Marketing Communications.
Prerequisites: BADM 601 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 681 Global Strategic ManagementThis course introduces the strengths and weaknesses of various global corporate organizational structures and the development of strategies to adapt products and services for local markets, or create global product and service offerings.
Topics include: strategic partnerships and joint ventures, global communications, and the importance of cross-cultural awareness and understanding.
Formerly - BADM 681 Global Operations and Strategy
Prerequisites: BADM 601 BADM 697 Corporate Governance, Ethics and Social ResponsibilityThis course discusses responsible business decision making in light of the increasing demands for responsibility and accountability made by communities and government.
Topics include: principles of ethical thinking, business ethics issues, and the development of corporate culture.
Formerly - BADM 697 Ethics & Social Responsibility
Prerequisites: BADM 601 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.
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