Loretto, PA (07/28/2020) — The Saint Francis University MBA program offered through the Shields School of Business announced several new specialty areas for working adult and full-time graduate students.
Students can now tailor their MBA by choosing a one of the new concentrations in:
- Information Systems and Project Management
- Leadership and Ethical Management
- Sports Management
These choices are being offered in addition to the existing concentrations in the specialty disciplines of Accounting, Finance, Healthcare Management, Human Resource Management, and Marketing. The traditional MBA path is still available for those who wish to pursue a flexible generalist manager path.
The redesigned offerings emphasize program customization around a number of specialty disciplines while still providing the advanced management core curriculum that graduate students and employers expect in a MBA program. These concentrations enable graduate students to focus their studies more specifically on key career areas around which they want to build knowledge and competencies.
Saint Francis University begins Fall classes on August 17 and offers six module starts per year. For more information about these MBA curriculum changes and to enroll for fall courses, please go to https://www.francis.edu/Master-of-Business-Administration/ or contact the Ms. Nicole Bauman, Director of Graduate Business Programs, email@example.com or 814-472-3026.
Saint Francis University (www.francis.edu) in Loretto, PA is the oldest Catholic-Franciscan college in the United States. Its mission is to help students grow into compassionate, successful professionals through a culture of generosity, respect, discovery and joy.