Master of Business Administration
A Master of Business Administration (MBA) from Trine University is focused on delivering real world return on investment for professionals looking to develop their skills and marketability in business and finance.
Focused, values-driven, and accelerated, this one-year graduate program for adults holding a bachelor degree is defined by an intense focus on business strategy, managerial, decision making, market development and global finance.
Competitively priced, the MBA program provides a unique experience and value that Trine has delivered for over 130 years. Our program is global in both student population and perspective providing exceptional networking opportunities for candidates looking to bring Western finance knowledge to growing markets.
In our program, you will learn the critical decision-making skills that corporate managers use in negotiations, finance, communications, marketing, corporate strategy, and ethics.
Trine offers specialized career counseling that starts the moment you join the program and continues after you've graduated.
Business Administration - 30 credit hours
Program Core Courses - 21 Credits
BA 5223 Executive Communication
FIN 5063 Corporate Finance
FIN 6923 Managerial Accounting & Finance
MK 6943 Strategic Marketing and Management
ECO 5033 Micro & Macro Economic Decision Making
BA 6933 Statistics & Data Analysys
BA 6963 Business Admin Capstone
Select 9 credit hours from the following electives
AC 5003 Advanced Auditing
AC 5013 Managerial Accounting
AC 533 Corporate Taxation
AC 553 Federal Tax Pass-Through Entities
FIN 5823 Financial Modeling
FIN 5833 International Finance
FIN 5843 Financial Markets & Institutions
FIN 5853 Investment Analysis & Portfilio Management
GE 5103 Project Management
GE 5113 New Product Development & Innovation Strategy
GE 5133 Lean Six Sigma
HR 5923 Strategic Human Resources
BA 5103 Business Ethics
BA 5000 Introduction to MBA - Only for students that do not have an undergraduate degree in Business, Accounting, or Finance.
For a complete description of the above requirements, please go to the Course Catalog.