Why earn your MBA at CBU?
Learn from professionally accomplished faculty
With extensive backgrounds in finance, marketing, banking, accounting, project management
and more, our instructors teach with their experiences in mind while helping to guide
students in becoming ethical and effective leaders. The program’s core academic content
provides critical insight into area such as management, organizational behavior, economics,
data research and globalized business strategies.
Experience business on a global scale
Business is global and critical thinking is a necessity. Two exceptional features
of this program are a 9-day international business trip or a 6-8 week guaranteed global
internship opportunity. Both of these optional features are included in the cost of
the program! Students learn about conducting business across borders and grasp an
understanding of the key differences in business practices across cultures. Students
will also visit business leaders and major business locations in the chosen country.
If you are interested in travel, the real-world application of business theories/research,
and earning valuable experience in your select field, the international trip or guaranteed
internship are stellar opportunities.
Four key concentrations
Coupled with core coursework, the MBA program offers four specialized concentrations:
Accounting, Business Analytics, Healthcare Administration and Management. Each concentration
is taught by instructors from that select field who are committed to expanding or
polishing students' applied skill sets.
Built for the multitasker
This program was strategically designed with our students in mind. Whether you are
a full-time professional and/or a full-time parent, this program provides flexibility.
Students will take 1-2 classes per 8-week term and pre-select from three graduation
formats: 12-month, 18-month or 24-month. Classes are available on Tuesday or Thursday
evening after 6pm.
Upgrade your employability
MBA classes closely model real-world working environments, in which actual cases are
discussed to illustrate the connections between coursework and the workplace. By recreating
the boardroom in the classroom, courses motivate students to think, react and function