Master of Business Administration (MBA)
School of Business and Technology
Brief Major Description: the concentration in entrepreneurship focuses on the requirements of an individual concentrating in management who is interested in small business. The major involves the study of the special skills and knowledge needed by entrepreneurs and managers of small and medium-sized firms. Entrepreneurship is a major dedicated to helping you become the next celebrity CEO.
Career Options:: self-employed owner/operator, manager within a family business, manager with an entrepreneur, product manager, business development manager.
Job Outlook: varies widely; however, some entrepreneurship graduates begin employment in an existing family business.
MBA Business Core
The business core describes the traditional MBA disciplines with courses such as marketing, operations, strategy, and finance. Courses in sales/CRM and business ethics have been developed for the business core in accordance with the needs of business, academic standards, and leading indicators of success.
Professional Effectiveness Core
Courses in the professional effectiveness core teach best practices for leading and managing others the skills that corporate executives recognize in their best people such as managing change, leading teams, negotiating for results, building relationships, and ethical leadership.
MBA Coaching Process
Our Professional Effectiveness Coaching SM process allows you to work with a professional coach to define and develop the skills you need to become a more effective manager. Our coaches help facilitate your growth and enhance performance in your current job, while positioning you to advance toward your career goals.
The lecture material for the lessons is provided to Kingston University by world-famous professors. All independent learning courses, faculty, and instructional materials are approved by appropriate academic departments of the University.
Choose Two Elective Courses: