Online Accelerated MBA Degree – Strategic Management & Leadership Concentration
Stand Out as a Business Leader – Earn Your MBA
Globalization and technology are changing the face of business. You can provide the leadership businesses need to turn that change to their advantage with GMercyU. Our Master of Business Administration (MBA) in Strategic Management and Leadership equips you with executive-level skills and knowledge that prepares you for greater responsibility in a range of industries.
Available online or on campus, this accelerated MBA program develops your ability to navigate international business environments while effectively managing people, resources, and processes. Our MBA emphasizes the importance of ethical decision-making and encourages you to be a champion of corporate social responsibility.
The GMercyU Difference
After completing your MBA with us, you can:
- Pursue advanced leadership roles in a wide range of local, national, and multi-national businesses
- Prepare to establish a new enterprise
- Improve your performance in facilities, operations, or human resources management
Our MBA is rigorous but flexible, offering you a choice of online or on campus study to suit your needs. Whichever format you select, you’ll join GMercyU’s close-knit community of learners, where the professors and peers you encounter will challenge you to become the adaptive, versatile, and self-reflective leader the 21st Century business world needs.
Skills for Today’s World of Business—and Tomorrow’s
The MBA in Strategic Management and Leadership prepares you for executive-track career opportunities by extending the skills and knowledge you have learned through professional experience and previous training. You will emerge from this program with enhanced capabilities in writing, presenting, research, and leadership, as well as technical knowledge in finance, business technology, and more.
As a GMercyU graduate, you will be able to:
- Perform research and write about ideas and arguments associated with business issues to a high standard using APA format
- Effectively communicate ideas and arguments associated with business issues through clear and persuasive speech
- Apply knowledge and skills to make appropriate business decisions
- Apply critical thinking to real-life work problems through the application of theoretical and experiential knowledge
- Identify issues and strategies related to corporate social responsibility and its implications for business
Our MBA degree program features cohort model with small classes so you can establish close professional and personal relationships with classmates and professors. Learning experiences emphasize collaboration, just like real-world working environments. We also challenge you to explore how you can be a force for positive social change through your profession.
Proven Leadership Education Needs Proven Faculty Leaders
At GMercyU, we select faculty members who have records of distinction. In addition to demonstrated expertise in teaching, our professors bring advanced academic achievement and significant industry experience to your classroom. Their insights and mentorship can help inspire and encourage you to take your place as part of a new generation of business leaders.
Upon graduation, you and your classmates will join our worldwide network of alumni, a leadership community that will help you continue to discover the Next.
The MBA in Strategic Management and Leadership is a two-year advanced degree program. You will take 10 courses: seven foundation courses (a total of 21 credits) and three courses in your concentration (nine additional credits). Courses run one at a time, in seven-week sessions.
|MBA 600||Ethical Decision Making and Corporate Social Responsibility|
|MBA 610||Strategic Management|
|MBA 620||Accounting for Decision Makers|
|MBA 630||Marketing Planning|
|MBA 640||Managing Business Operations|
|MBA 650||Managerial Finance|
|MBA 660||Capstone Business Plan|
|MBA 700||Organizational Leadership|
|MBA 710||Global Management|
|MBA 720||Managing Human Capital|
To review course descriptions, please refer to the graduate catalog (PDF).