The course focuses on managing the early growth of newly established businesses, and covers the needs of businesses. The course employs theoretical concepts and models from an international business perspective and is designed to help students to develop their own leadership potential in preparation for managerial roles. Students will make use of theoretical concepts, paradigms and frameworks in actual cases and learn to use analytical and innovative thinking to determine solutions and recommendations to issues relating to performance management and control. The main focus of this course is the analysis of the development process of developing countries and identifying the problems and barriers third world countries face in achieving developmental goals.
Chatham University's Master of Business Administration program prepares aspiring professionals for careers in specialized fields through an innovative curriculum, personalized attention, and a dynamic network of business leaders. Developed as a program for working adults, Chatham's MBA offers: Core coursework that can be completed online or on campus The opportunity to take one course per term from institutions including Carnegie Mellon University and University of Pittsburgh Corporate partner discounts, competitive graduate assistantships, and grant-funded position Qualified MBA students can earn graduate credits through credit transfer, the Prior Learning Assessment PLAor test out of the college-level pre-requisites through College-Level Examination Program CLEP.
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Concentrations The traditional, broad-based MBA is of increasingly limited use. Our program offers concentrations in areas where there are plentiful opportunities for leaders to make a difference and which leverage Chatham's areas of excellence.
Courses are available online or on-campus, making it possible to complete the program entirely online. To capitalize on these opportunities, business professionals are needed who can lead responsible, sustainable initiatives that are simply smart business decisions.
The Food and Agriculture concentration develops future professionals with a practical, application-focused education in collaboration with our world-renowned Falk School's Food Studies Program.
Close ties with the Center for Women's Entrepreneurship and acclaimed business accelerators, such as AlphaLab and Idea Foundryensure that students have access to real-world entrepreneurial challenges and triumphs.
Students will gain theoretical understanding of information architecture, as well as experience with information management systems essential to diverse industries, such as healthcare, banking, food, and architecture.
The MBA concentration's innovative curriculum allows students to translate theory into practice through simulations, case analyses, and experiential learning. MBA graduates with a concentration on Supply Chain Management can be drivers of innovative change and creators of strategic value for businesses, government agencies, and non-profit organizations.
The program includes foundational coursework in both business and sustainability and extends the breadth and depth of students' knowledge bases with advanced work in sustainable business and other sustainability and business courses.
Core courses provide breadth and depth in food studies, business, and sustainable business, equipping all students with a holistic understanding of food systems and business skills. Or there's Chatham's MBA program, where our scholar-practitioners expand minds, connect dots, and open doors.Asia-Pacific e-commerce revenues are projected to increase from $ billion at year-end of to $ billion by the end of Is e-commerce the same as e-business?
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