Students can graduate in as few as 10 courses and 30 credit hours
The Monte Ahuja College of Business at Cleveland State University has launched their new, redesigned Master of Business Administration (MBA) program. Starting with the Summer 2022 Semester, students entering Cleveland State University’s MBA program with an undergraduate business degree can earn their MBA in as few as 10 courses or 30 credit hours (the previous program required 11 courses).
The new program streamlines the number of pre-requisite courses from 12 to 4 courses (10 credit hours) for students without an undergraduate degree in business.
“Our redesigned MBA Program should be very appealing to prospective graduate business students, and offers more flexibility for those students without an undergraduate degree in business to complete their pre-requisites in just one semester,” said Dr. Kenneth B. Kahn, dean, Monte Ahuja College of Business.
“And with Cleveland State University offering a competitive graduate business tuition rate, the Cleveland State MBA is one of the most affordable in the state of Ohio.” he added.
The new MBA program also offers students the option to add a specialization in a number of business areas, including Accounting and Taxation; Advertising and Analytics; Digital Marketing; Economic Forecasting; Governance; Risk Management and Compliance; Information Systems; Labor Relations; Marketing Analytics; Organizational Change and Operations and Supply Chain Management. Specializations are an option for those students who want to demonstrate competency in a specific business area and have that specialization designated on their transcript.