Experienced Professional, Evening Master of Business Administration Program (MBA)

  • Program Overview

    Continue your career while getting your MBA.

    Gain leadership experience, sharpen your business acumen, and enhance your knowledge in your choice of a concentration area.

    Designed for professionals with work experience, the evening MBA program meets you where you are, making it possible to further your education while managing work and responsibilities. The cohort-based program can be completed in as little as 18 months. Courses in the MBA program take place at the main Endicott campus in Beverly and at the Van Loan site in Boston.

    Whether your goal is to expand your business career internationally, manage a non-profit organization, or get involved in advertising and marketing, you'll find there are a variety of ways to energize your career through our exciting and dynamic program options. After completing your core requirements - which include courses focused on essential topics like management, marketing, finance, operations, and strategy—you'll have the opportunity to choose a specialization area.

    Business Areas of Concentration Examples:

    Accounting
    Entrepreneurship
    Finance
    Management
    Health Care
    Hotel Management
    Human Resources
    International Business
    Marketing
    Nonprofit Management
    Operations Management
    Project Management
    Maritime Economics

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  • Curriculum

    Program of Study

    Learning Outcomes

    At the end of the program, the student will be able to:

    • Articulate leadership theory for professional application in the professional world
    • Apply market research, company evaluations, analysis of situations, and recommendations for solutions to business case analysis projects and/or papers.
    • Demonstrate knowledge and skills to articulate current management trends, including cross-cultural and global awareness
    • Demonstrate knowledge of accounting processes, key financial statements and financial analysis to determine key management decisions quantitatively
    • Demonstrate knowledge of key aspects of the MBA program, finance, accounting, management and leadership knowledge, research, writing and presentation skills

    Required Curriculum

    Concentration Courses - 12 cr.

    BUA 510 - Accounting from a Manager's Perspective
    BUA 515 - Managerial Finance and Decision Making
    BUA 520 - Managing in the Evolving Workplace
    BUA 529 - Project Management
    BUA 535 - Managerial Economics
    BUA 542 - Operations and Logistics Management
    BUA 560 - Marketing and Customer Value Management
    BUA 581 - Managing Information Systems
    BUA 585 - Human Resources in Transition
    BUA 587 - Business Policy and Strategy

    Total Degree Requirements - 42 credits

    MBA Concentration Requirements

    To complete a concentration in the following areas, students must complete four three-credit courses (for a total of 12 credits) in the area of concentration. 

    Students may have two concentrations. In order to complete a second concentration, courses used to fulfill the requirements of the first concentration may not be used to meet the requirements of the second concentration. Substitution courses may not be used to satisfy concentration requirements, Students completing the requirements of two concentrations must complete eight three-credit courses (for a total of 24 credits) before the masters degree is awarded. 

    Accounting

    ACCT 521 - Financial Reporting and Analysis
    ACCT 550 - Taxation
    ACCT 560 - Managerial Cost Accounting
    ACCT 570 - Intermediate Accounting

    Entrepreneurship

    ENTP 503 - Family Business
    ENTP 513 - Entrepreneurial Enterprise
    ENTP 526 - Entrepreneurial Marketing
    ENTP 530 - Entrepreneurial Venture Finance

    Finance

    FNCE 521 - Financial Reporting and Analysis
    FNCE 560 - Evaluating Capital Investments
    FNCE 570 - Financial Markets and Institutions
    FNCE 580 - Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management

    General Management

    MGMT 507 - Leadership Principles
    MGMT 509 - Business Ethics
    MGMT 527 - Creativity and Innovation
    MGMT 547 - Managing Innovation and Organizational Change

    Healthcare

    HCMT 550 - American Health Policy
    HCMT 560 - Healthcare Finance
    HCMT 570 - Health Informatics and Health IT Systems
    HCMT 580 - Regulation and Strategic Planning

    Health Informatics

    MHI 550 - Health & Medical Information Systems Overview
    MHI 570 - Emerging Health & Medical Information Technologies & Standards
    MHI 580 - Policies and Trends in Healthcare Informatics
    MHI 590 - Security, Ethics, Privacy & Compliance for Health & Medical Information

    Hospitality/Hotel Management

    HMT 525 - Hospitality & Hotel Leadership
    HMT 530 - Events Project Management
    HMT 570 - Marketing Quality Service in Hospitality & Hotel
    HMT 580 - Hospitality & Hotel Revenue Management

    Human Resources Management

    HRMT 505 - Compensation and Benefits
    HRMT 511 - Human Resource Laws and Compliance
    HRMT 517 - Organizational and Individual Development
    HRMT 522 - Recruitment and Selection

    Information Technology Management

    ITS 518 - Information Systems Strategy
    ITS 553 - Technology and Innovation
    ITS 560 - Computer Security and Cyber Forensics
    ITS 575 - Project and Professional Management

    International Business

    INBS 550 - International Marketing
    INBS 560 - International Business Negotiation
    INBS 570 - International Business Law
    INBS 580 - Business and Management in BRIC Countries

    Maritime Economics

    MAR 550 - Ocean Sciences
    MAR 560 - Maritime Regulatory Environment
    MAR 570 - Port and Shipping Operation
    MAR 580 - Waterfront Planning

    Marketing

    MKTG 518 - Customer Relationship Management
    MKTG 524 - Marketing and Product Management
    MKTG 531 - Sales Force Management
    MKTG 553 - Digital Marketing

    Non-Profit Management

    NPPA 550 - Managing the Non-Profit
    NPPA 560 - Marketing and Fundraising in Non-Profits
    NPPA 570 - Non-Profit Leadership
    NPPA 580 - Providing Direction for Non-Profits

    Operations Management

    OPMT 550 - High Performance Service Management
    OPMT 560 - Lean Thinking and 6 Sigma
    OPMT 570 - Global Logistics
    OPMT 580 - Global Supply Chain Management

    Project Management

    PMGT 512 - Business Analysis Techniques Used in Project and Program Management
    PMGT 523 - Negotiation and Conflict
    PMGT 525 - Program Management
    PMGT 528 - Scheduling Tools and Techniques

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  • Internships and Careers

    An education from the Van Loan School of Graduate and Professional Studies at Endicott College means you'll have access to premiere career resources—long after you graduate.

    Whether you're finishing your undergraduate study, adding new credentials, or working toward a new career path, you'll find resources through our Internship and Career Center to help you get where you want to go. From career advising to resume support, we're here to prepare you for your next step.

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Contact Us

Richard Maybury
Dean, MBA Programs
978-232-2764