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This concentration includes courses that will give students the tools to manage, analyze, and share data in order to solve problems in business and organizations. The concentration offers courses in the management and processing of data as well as the statistical analysis of data. I suggest this concentration to students that are interested in learning how to use information to better understand customers, competitors, and one’s own organization.
Government & Business
This concentration includes courses that will give students the knowledge to work at the nexus of business and government. The courses available in the concentration will provide an understanding of government and public organizations and their operation. Combined with coursework in the MBA Program, students will have a wide ranging understanding the connection between business and government. I suggest this concentration to students that are interested in working in government, public, and non-profit organizations, or in industries with a significant intersection with governmental institutions.
An MBA with an International Business Concentration offers a competitive edge in a distinctly global economy. By having specialized knowledge about global business practices, students can have a significant advantage in opportunities at home and abroad. Our MBA program's International Business Concentration allows students to obtain internationally-focused coursework by studying abroad at the BI Norwegian Business School . For more information, please view the program brochure and application.
The social entrepreneurship concentration focuses on using entrepreneurial principles to address existing social problems. Students are provided the diverse academic background needed to succeed as a social entrepreneur, which includes links to business, nonprofit management, political science, and public administration. The courses in this track are Creation & Management of Social Enterprises, Political Advocacy & Social Entrepreneurship, and Seminar in Social Entrepreneurship.
In our general concentration, students will be able to choose courses from a variety of disciplines including marketing, economics, management, healthcare administration, and social entrepreneurship. In addition, students will have the opportunity to choose cognate courses outside of the College of Business Administration for a more tailored program experience. Some of the courses that students can choose in this concentration are Relationship Marketing, Brand Management, Demographics, Health Policy, and Forecasting.