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[ARCHIVED CATALOG] 2013-2014 Graduate Academic Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Master of Business (MBA) Onground and Online


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Saint Leo University offers a Master of Business Administration degree program to meet the needs of graduate students and working professionals. The program encourages students to expand their professional competencies within and beyond the classroom. In the Saint Leo University MBA program, students will gain an in-depth understanding of the key functional areas of business. Courses focus on managing complex interactions while defining and solving real-world business challenges. In addition to mastering analytical tools and technology necessary to solving complex management problems, emphasis is placed on leadership skills and technologies within the rich values and traditions of the University. 

Expected Program Outcomes

As a result of successfully completing a course of study within Graduate Business Studies, the graduate will be expected to:

  1. Exhibit key knowledge of core business management functions;
  2. Be proficient in analyzing and resolving complex business problems so as to enable an organization to thrive in a dynamic marketplace;
  3. Demonstrate facility in oral and written business communication;
  4. Serve as an effective team member and leader in work partnerships and cross-functional collaborative efforts;
  5. Make ethical business decisions within the context of a diverse set of stakeholders and in an economically responsible manner;
  6. Understand the business implications of the new economy and apply widely used Internet and PC-based computer technologies to management issues.

Note the following:

  1. For the master’s degree, students may pursue up to two concentrations concurrently. A student must receive prior approval from the program director.
  2. After conferral of a master’s degree, a student may take courses as a non-degree seeking student to earn an additional concentration under his or her existing degree program. A student does not earn the same degree twice.
  3. If a student wishes to return to pursue a different degree program, he or she must reapply for admission to that program.
  4. A student may not use courses for which credit has been given within their program towards a certificate. Students pursuing a master’s degree are not eligible to receive a certificate if those courses are part of their degree program.

 The curriculum outlined below is designed to yield an understanding of business principles, the ability to use decision processes, knowledge of functional operations, and the ability to work effectively in today’s ever-changing business environment.

Students must choose one course from the following:


Total Credit Hours: 36


Optional Elective


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