Master of Business Administration (MBA)
An MBA curriculum that is flexible and customizable!
The Master of Business Administration program is designed for mid-career professionals and entrepreneurs who want to increase their understanding of global business and its relevance to regional commerce. Our innovative combination of academic coursework and professional development activities provides the competitive advantage in the broader job network.
Candidates can tailor their MBA experience by choosing between a ‘flexible’ and ‘specialized’ elective curriculum. Each specialization has been designed in response to local market hiring demands and in collaboration with regional business leaders. Earning a MBA at Trinity will equip students with the critical thinking skills, strategic management, business acumen and global business perspectives that will help them succeed in today’s business market.
- Duration: 20 Month Program
- 48 Credits
- Core Business Curriculum (39 credits)
- Elective Curriculum (9 credits)
- Weekend/Hybrid Course Schedule
- 50% On Campus (Fridays and Saturdays)
- 50% Remote Assignments/Off Campus
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 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 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 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 690 Business Consulting PracticumThis course challenges students to leverage the knowledge, skills, and tools acquired during the program in order to assist local businesses
This Pro-Bono consulting internship will help local organizations solve organizational and project-specific problems. Students will gain consulting experience and enhance their abilities to develop actionable business solutions.
Project work will be completed under the supervision of an advisor. Findings will be presented to internal and external stakeholders.
This course requires travel to offsite locations. Face-to-Face and/or electronic meeting times with Client and/or Advisor are dynamic. Meetings may occur at times other than regularly scheduled course days/times.
Prerequisites: All major courses.
- Program Manager
- Project Manager
- Business Analyst