Master of Business Administration (MBA)
Advance Your Career With a Trinity MBA: Affordable, Convenient and Relevant
Take the next step in your career with a Trinity MBA. From the Federal Triangle and local government agencies, from corporate HQ to the nonprofit sector, be prepared to lead with a Trinity MBA. Learn from business, government and nonprofit leaders and gain the knowledge and hands-on skills employers are looking for in their management teams.
Affordable and Convenient: The Trinity MBA is affordable – with one of the lowest tuition rates in the Washington region. The Trinity MBA is designed to fit your schedule with evening and weekend classes and a hybrid format – students take classes on campus and complete projects off campus. You can finish the program in 20 months in an accelerated 8-week format.
The curriculum is pragmatic and relevant. 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.
Experience Counts: 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.
The Trinity MBA > The Trinity Advantage
- Affordable: Trinity’s tuition for the MBA is one of the lowest in the region
- Accelerated: 20 Month Program
- Convenient Executive Format
- Friday and Saturday Course Meetings
- On-Campus and Off-Campus Learning Activities
- 48 Credits
- Core Business Curriculum (33 credits) and Interdisciplinary Electives (9 credits)
- Core Skills Refresher (3 credits) and Capstone (3 credits)
- Trinity maintains its unwavering commitment to diversity, inclusion, equity and excellence in studies and life. Each application to the MBA program is reviewed through a lens of professional experience and future potential. GMAT or GRE scores are not a criteria for admission into the MBA program.
A Track Record of Success
Trinity MBA graduates are leading the way in government, the corporate sector and the nonprofit community.
The Honorable Brandon Todd ’09 is a member of the D.C. Council, representing Ward 4. He was the chief of staff to Mayor Muriel Bowser when she served as the Ward 4 Councilmember. He serves as Chairman of the Committee on Government Operations. He sits on the Committees on Health, Human Services, and Transportation and the Environment.
Cynthia Morris Colbert ’05, ’07 is a Senior Technical Writer at the Federal Aviation Administration. She earned her undergraduate degree in theology through Trinity’s School of Professional Studies in 2005 and then completed her Trinity MBA in 2007. She serves on the Board of Trinity’s Alumnae Association.
Bernard Coleman III ’07 is the Global Head of Diversity and Inclusion for Uber. Prior to this position, he was the Chief Diversity and Human Resources Officer for the Hillary for America Campaign. He was the first ever chief diversity and human resources officer in U.S. history for any presidential campaign of either political party.
What You Will Learn
Trinity’s MBA program combines theoretical and practical training so that students gain a comprehensive understanding of business management functions, managerial competencies, and ethical problem solving that will equip them to be successful in today’s ever-changing competitive environment. We integrate case study analysis and strategic business problem-solving with leadership responsibilities. Our professors work in the areas they teach and provide analysis of current practices and trends in business. We help you find your strengths, realize your career goals and create new opportunities.
Featured CoursesBADM 605 Business LawExamines the role of law and legal procedure in the management of business enterprises, concentrating on business organization, liability issues, employment law, consumer protection, antitrust, securities, and legal-ethical concerns. Provides a broad understanding of the reciprocal influence of business and legislation. Formerly BUA 601 Legal Aspects of Management.
3 credits 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
3 credits 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
3 credits ADMN 665 Strategy and Organizational CultureLeaders when faced with a changing environment, shifting goals, and high expectations discover their organization is not as adaptive and agile as necessary and the process of adaptation or change takes too long. Leaders learn late they have formed and promoted an organizational culture that is not reflective of nor responsive to external forces and events. Organizational culture drives organizational strategy, structure and processes, organizational performance, and response to events in the external environment. Strategy and strategic initiatives that leverage the learning organization's culture and are more successful. Students recogniz e and id entify the leader's role in promoting cultural factors in organizations. Students analyze organizations and diagnose cultural factors that promote, facilitate, inhibit, or resist organizational learning, progress, and change. Students develop strategic plans that leverage organizational culture and facilitate positive change experiences and outcomes. Formerly ADMN 665 Organizational Strategy.
Prerequisites: None 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
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- Project Manager
- Business Analyst
- Finance and Accounting
- Human Resources
- Information Technology