Gain specialized management expertise and a mastery of business principles, 100% online.
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Our MBA with a Specialization in Management provides you with high-level knowledge in leadership theory, operations management and corporate ventures, as well as core business principles. You will explore a variety of management topics, including multinational business policy, e-commerce, risk and conflict management, and leadership and legal responsibility. This program, offered 100% online, combines academic principles and real-world applications to prepare you for leadership or entrepreneurship.
What You'll Learn
In our MBA in Management, you’ll learn modern theories of effective leadership, management and negotiation, as well as how to predict, initiate and manage change through innovative methods. You will also learn how to assess and manage risk, and integrate varying marketing, operations, personnel and financial initiatives. See sample curriculum here. Find textbooks and materials required for each specific term.
Florida Institute of Technology’s MBA programs are housed in the Nathan M. Bisk College of Business, which is accredited by the International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education (IACBE).
Organizations across industries seek qualified professionals with strong business knowledge and practical leadership abilities. An MBA with a Specialization in Management can open up career opportunities such as director of business development, senior management consultant, director of operations, and entrepreneur.
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“Florida Tech has allowed me to take what I learned in class into the field. My education, experience, heeding the advice of my mentors and hard work has prepared me for my new position as a supply chain services operations manager.”