Western Covenant University’s MBA program is a graduate business program suitable for students from a wide variety of backgrounds. Learning experiences combined with practical classroom instruction provide students with the essential business skills needed to effectively manage and lead organizations.
Learning Outcomes for the Master of Business Administration
By the end of the MBA program, our graduates will be able to:
- Apply core concepts of business and managerial disciplines.
1.1 Use core concepts to identify strategic and operational problems and develop proposed solutions.
1.2 Identify and analyze ethical responsibilities of businesses.
- Apply business and managerial skills across disciplines.
2.1 Demonstrate the ability to apply analytic techniques relevant to specific business problems and contexts.
2.2 Implement leadership skills to work effectively within diverse teams.
- Evaluate the consequences of managerial decisions in diverse business contexts.
3.1 Be able to evaluate managerial decisions in local, global, and international environments.
3.2 Apply decision-making techniques, using both quantitative and qualitative analysis, to management issues.
Prerequisites courses for the Master of Business Administration
A prerequisite is a completed course, or other measure of academic preparation, a student is required to meet to demonstrate current readiness for enrollment in a particular course or program. The University requires students to complete prerequisite courses with a grade of “C,” “CR,” or higher prior to registering in the course requiring the prerequisite.