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Upcoming Event: Online MBA Coffee Chat
Tuesday, March 28th 5:00PM - 6:00PM EST
Thursday, March 30th 12:00PM - 1:00PM EST
Join a Walsh admissions counselor for a 30-minute informal and interactive Q&A conducted via Zoom to learn more about Walsh University, the program, or the admissions process. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email with the meeting details.
Register for March 28th 5:00PM Session
Learn Today, Lead Tomorrow
With a focus on the future of business and our global economy, the MBA Management program includes an in-depth look at the roles and responsibilities of management within an organization. Learn about global business conditions and innovation across a variety of fields. Solidify your business acumen with foundational courses tailored to managers and leaders such as managerial accounting, organizational design, and performance management. You’ll also explore the role of management in the digital age while developing your personal leadership style.
Online MBA in Management Fast Facts
- 100% online
- 36 credit hours
- Complete in as little as 1 year
- Take one eight-week course per term
- Six intakes per year
- No GMAT or GRE required
- Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university
- Official transcripts from all academic institutions attended
- Current resume
- No application fee
- Application Deadline: April 19, 2023
- Classes Start: May 8, 2023
Online MBA in Management Program - Core Curriculum
Below is a sample list of courses you will take while enrolled in the online MBA in Management program. For a full list, including management-specific curriculum, please download a brochure.
Hear From Our Students
Selecting a university for your MBA education is a big decision. We encourage you to read through our brochure, give us a call, and check out our testimonials from business professionals like you who have studied in our online MBA program.
"I feel Walsh has prepared me for my career by making me take a step back and really think about things and organization as the whole, rather than just the pieces and parts. Here, everyone is engaged and wants you to be successful."
–Jon Bishop, MBA student
This course is designed to explore behavior in the modern business world from a professional ethical perspective. Particular current issues will form the basis of discussion and analysis. During the course, students will study ethics as a discipline and will explore it with an emphasis on the modern business environment. Cases and presentations will be used to provide a better understanding of concepts and principles that determine managerial ethics in real-life situations. This course will explore the application of moral theory to management decision-making with special emphasis on the Catholic moral tradition in adherence to Ex Corde Ecclesiae (1990).
In this course, students examine essential management, organizational behavior and communication theories. Topics include motivation, conflict management and resolution, groups and teams, and communication. This course is designed to explore how these elements impact the practical application of behavioral science theories with respect to solving complex management problems in a diverse, global environment.
Online MBA in Management Program - Careers and Outcomes
According to U.S. News and World Report, jobs for MBA graduates in the management field include:
- For-profit and non-profit leadership
- Public service leadership roles
- Information systems management
- Marketing and/or financial management
Positions Walsh University graduates have held include:
- IT Analyst
- Head of Compliance
- Director of Customer Engagement
- Human Resource Generalist
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, individuals 25 and older with a master’s degree earned approximately $10,000 more a year than their counterparts with a bachelor’s degree.The median pay for the management professions was more than $100,000 per year. The industry is expected to grow by 6% by 2024, leading to the creation of more than 500,000 jobs.
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This course examines the practices required to effectively manage an organization’s financial resources. This course explores financial analysis and budgeting techniques with an orientation towards development, analysis, and interpretation of historical, present, and projected performance measures. This course will explore firm’s financing strategies and its access to a variety of capital sources, a firm’s optimal capital structure, and effective resource allocation and investment strategies. The specific topics include financial statement analysis, pro forma analysis, operating budgets, capital budgeting, insourcing and outsourcing, capital structure, and cost of capital.
This course explores the applications of marketing theories and concepts used throughout various types of organizations, including manufacturing, service, nonprofit, and government entities. Topics include marketing strategy and planning, market segmentation, consumer behavior, branding, product and service development, and international marketing.
This course focuses on various information and communications technologies. Students will examine how information systems are used to solve problems, manage data, and make better business decisions. Topics include management information systems, databases, ERP systems, cloud computing, and information privacy.
This course provides students with an overview of statistical concepts and research methods used by for-profit and not-for-profit organizations. Students gain an understanding of research problem formulation, research design, sampling methods, analytic and descriptive survey questionnaires, qualitative versus quantitative data collection, and evaluation and interpretation of descriptive and inferential statistics by performing their own research. The course includes consideration of the use of research methods in program evaluation and outcome studies. This course further emphasizes the importance of integrating research into the business setting to the benefit of students and the overall business profession.