Whether you are a seasoned executive, working professional, or a new college graduate, the M.B.A. program at the University of New Haven will transform you into a business leader by building your knowledge base and honing the skills you need to become a strategic, collaborative, corporate thinker.
Recognized nationally as a leader in experiential education, UNH offers a flexible part-time and full-time M.B.A. program designed for both seasoned professionals and those with little or no experience in business.
Because the Graduate School at UNH offers courses on a trimester schedule, you can complete the M.B.A. program in two years or less. For students with recent coursework in business, the core business classes (up to 18 credits) may be waived. Students who are eligible for a waiver of all six introductory core classes may complete the program in one year.
A Foundation for Success
The program is built on a series of foundational courses in core business subjects like finance, marketing, and economics followed by a series of advanced courses and a selection of electives or courses in a concentration area. Each of the program’s six concentrations provides students with a specific subset of coursework to prepare them for their anticipated career path. Choose to concentrate in: Accounting, Business Policy & Strategic Leadership, Finance, Global Marketing, Human Resource Management, or Sports Management.
Students benefit from easy access to experienced business faculty mentors and hands-on learning in facilities like our Bergami Learning Center for Finance and Technology.
Experience the Program
Take a look at some of the sample courses and employers that give UNH students the hands-on application they need to succeed.
|Business Law||Managing People at Work|
|Corporate Governance and Business Strategy||Managing the Global Economy|
|Financial Accounting||Multicultural Issues in the Workplace|
|Financial Strategy and Valuation||Organizational Effectiveness|
|Leadership and Team Building||Product Management|
|Macroeconomics and Microeconomics||Strategic Management|
|Acme United Corporation||Morton Salt|
|Commonwealth of MA||Northeast Utilities|
|Department of Homeland Security||State of CT|
|Deutsche Bank||The United Nations|
|IBM||U.S. Department of Agriculture|