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Master of Business Administration MBA

The Business Administration degree program at Rosemont College introduces students to concepts and problems which will be invaluable to their careers. Courses focus on curriculum with a base in real-world experiences, taught by instructors with detailed experience running and working in businesses. Our students strive to become the new leaders of business, leaving with the knowledge necessary to advance their careers, serving themselves and their communities. 

teresea “Due to Rosemont’s commitment to higher education and corporate partnerships, I am able to earn my MBA at work! Rosemont has proven that the POWER of small can be very big and far-reaching.” 

— Theresa Clark

The program is deeply rooted in Rosemont’s central code of ethics, driving our students to make reasoned moral decisions, as students learn from lectures and workshops offered by the Institute for Ethical Leadership, allowing them to become respected and confident business leaders. Furthermore, the program is designed for working individuals, offering seven week courses that meet one night per week at many convenient locations, including at our main campus, our downtown location, and online. 

The 33-credit program is designed to be completed in less than two years. Classes can be taken at Rosemont’s campus on the Main Line, the College’s Center City location or online and onsite or entirely online. 

 

 Program Courses Include:

MBA 6600

Leadership Fundamentals: Ethical Leadership and Values Driven Organizations (3 credits)

MBA 6620

Decision Making Methods (3 credits)

MBA 6631

Managerial Accounting (3 credits)

MBA 6640

MANAGEMENT OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES

MBA 6651

Marketing Theory and Data Analysis (3 credits)

MBA 6653

Economics in the Workplace (3 credits)

MBA 6666

 Financial Principles and Policies (3 credits)

MBA 6700

Competing in a Global Market (3 credits) **

MBA 6705

Markets, Globalization and Culture (3 credits) **

MBA 6712

 International Law (3 credits)

MBA 6760

Thesis (3 credits)*

  * Students may waive their thesis if they take additional coursework leading to one of three business certificate programs:

Entrepreneurship Certificate - three extra classes
Leadership Certificate - three extra classes
Healthcare Administration Certificate - three extra classes
 

**The Global Study Program

May be taken in place of MBA 6705 or MBA 6700

This is an in-depth study of the global business community. Participants will travel to a major international city and examine the implications of conducting business abroad. Students will observe cultural differences, organizational structure, leadership theories/practices, technology, legal, political, social, and ethical issues. 

 

** The Global Study Program campus

Maybe taken in place of Global Awareness

This is an in-depth study of the global business community. Participants will travel to a major international city and examine the implications of conducting business abroad. Students will observe cultural differences, organizational structure, leadership theories/practices, technology, legal, political, social, and ethical issues. 

• Completed online application

Copy of current resume Written documents can be e-mailed to gpsadmissions@rosemont.edu

• Convenient evening, online and weekend courses

• Accelerated seven-week sessions

• Rolling admissions

 

For our current tuition rates, go to

Rosemont.edu/SGPSTuition

Tuition discount for all IBC/AHA employees

 Apply Here:

Rosemont.edu/sgpsinfo

Direct Questions to:

Rosemont SGPS Admissions Counselor

610-527-0200 x2598