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Developing managers who can
compete in the increasingly complex business
community is the focus of this 51-credit program.
To take advantage of new opportunities, you
must be able to analyze and synthesize more
data in more ways-and in less time-than ever
before. This degree will help you do just that.
As you move through the Master of Business Administration curriculum, you will
develop the decision-making skills that are crucial to managing an organization
and its personnel. You will learn how to employ sophisticated quantitative
and analytical tools, and how to assess and act on complex financial and economic
indicators. The intricacies of strategic planning will also be explored, and
you will understand how it all combines to influence organizational structure,
culture, and linked control systems.
be considered for a graduate program, you
must be employed or have access to an organizational
environment that allows you to apply the
concepts you learn in the course. In
addition, you will need an undergraduate
degree from a regionally accredited college
or university, or one that is a candidate
for accreditation. A comparable degree from
a recognized institution outside of the United
States is also acceptable. University of
Phoenix requires you to have a minimum cumulative
grade point average of 2.5 and at least three
years of significant work experience.
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