In this turbulent and unpredictable global business environment, career success depends upon many factors, including leadership skills and business knowledge. The mission of the MBA program is to prepare graduates to be competent business professionals, responsible leaders, entrepreneurial managers and effective communicators.
The “fast track” MBA program is perfect for those individuals that have limited time to commit to their MBA goal, yet want face-to-face instruction and a “real-world” program taught by professors with impressive, diverse and successful backgrounds.
Student teams will develop strategic, marketing, operational and financial plans for a product or service. These business plans will be developed throughout the entire program.
The experiential learning opportunities that the Roseman MBA Program provides goes beyond classroom lecture and instruction, and encourage students to develop the attributes that corporations look for when placing or promoting their top talent.
The MBA Program provides the entrepreneurial knowledge and skills that leaders need to start a company or to help an existing business to successfully launch new products and services, improve existing products and services, find new applications and markets for existing products and services.
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