Master of Business Administration

Master of Business Administration Trine University Student Achievements

A Master of Business Administration (MBA) from Trine University is focused on delivering real world return on investment for professionals looking to develop their skills and marketability in business and finance.

Focused, values-driven, and accelerated, this one-year graduate program for adults holding a bachelor degree is defined by an intense focus on business strategy, managerial, decision making, market development and global finance.

The Experience

Competitively priced, the MBA program provides a unique experience and value that Trine has delivered for over 120 years. Our program is global in both student population and perspective – many of our students join us from Asia and the Middle East. This provides exceptional networking opportunities for candidates looking to bring Western finance knowledge to growing markets.

The ResultsMBA Commerical

In our program you will learn the critical decision-making skills that corporate managers use in negotiations, finance, communications, marketing, corporate strategy, and ethics.

Trine offers specialized career counseling that starts the moment you join the program and continues after you've graduated.

Degree Course Requirements

The Master of Business Administration program offers three concentrations and requires 31 credit hours for either concentration:

Required Prerequisite

Required course for international students who have not studied in the US.
ENG 502 Critical Writing & Application (2 credit hours)

NEW Fall 2016! Master of Business Administration with a concentration in Accounting:  meets requirements for CPA preparation hours

MBA core courses (19 credit hours)
Accounting concentration (12 credit hours)

Master of Business Administration with a concentration in Finance:

MBA core courses (19 credit hours)
Finance concentration (12 credit hours)

Master of Business Administration with a concentration in Management:

MBA core courses (19 credit hours)
Management concentration (12 credit hours)



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