Business Administration- Master of Business Administration
For information, contact:
MBA Program Office, Voice of America Learning Center
Located at our satellite location - West Chester, Ohio
Farmer School of Business, 513-895-8876
The Farmer School of Business offers a Professional MBA degree with evening classes held at Miami's Voice of America Learning Center in West Chester, Ohio. The program is completed on a part time basis and designed to allow completion in 2 years, assuming year round participation by the student, and will allow the student to gain the degree with a concentration in marketing, finance, or general business. Admission requirements are posted on the MBA program website.
The Farmer School of Business is accredited by the AACSB, the international association for management education. In addition to the MBA program, there are also the Master of Accountancy and Master of Arts in Economics programs which are described under their alphabetical listings.
The Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) or the GRE score report should be sent directly to Miami University if required. The application and fee (via credit card) can be submitted online; official transcripts should be submitted online with application. A resume and letter of recommendation should be sent directly to the MBA Office in the School of Business. Complete details of the admission process can be found on the MBA admission website.
Requirements: Professional (Part-Time) Program
(36 semester hours)
There are three pre-requisite courses required prior to beginning the Professional MBA Program: Financial Accounting, Statistics, and Micro-Economics. Students must also display familiarity with standard desktop software, particularly spreadsheets. There will be an assessment process to ensure that the admitted student has both completed the pre-requisite courses and is competent in the prerequisite subject matter.
Students admitted to the Professional MBA program may choose a concentration in Marketing or Finance or students may earn a general MBA by taking a combination of three concentration courses.
|ACC 611||Accounting for Managers||3|
|ECO 616||Microeconomic Analysis for Managerial Decisions||3|
|ISA 621||Enabling Technology Topics I||3|
|FIN 625||Managerial Finance||3|
|MKT 618||Marketing Management||3|
|MGT 627||Supply Chain and Operations Management||3|
|MGT 644||Leadership, Change & Cross-Cultural Management||3|
|MGT 654||Strategic Human Resource Management||3|
|BUS 637||Managing Competition||3|
|Concentration: select one elective per term your second year for a total of 9 credit hours for your concentration||9|
|Marketing Concentration Courses|
|Creativity, Innovation & Problem Solving in Marketing|
|Information Network Marketing|
|Branding and Brand Equity Management|
|Marketing Analytics for the Executive|
|Finance Concentration Courses|
|Futures and Options|
|Applied Advanced Corporate Finance|
|Total Credit Hours||36|