What are the primary areas of study for students in the MBA program at Quinlan?

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Renata Spiloza, MBA Concentrations

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In addition to a set of seven core courses and an ethics requirement, MBA students at Quinlan must choose one of nine Global Perspective courses to integrate an international discipline into their course of study. The MBA program also requires students to complete an Advanced Leadership Core consisting of five out of eight disciplines: accounting, economics, finance, human resources and employee relations, information systems management, marketing, management and operations management.

MBA students at Quinlan may opt to complete the degree with no concentration, in which case they may choose any three business electives. Students who do choose to complete a concentration have the following options:

Accounting Business Ethics Derivative Markets Economics Entrepreneurship Finance Human Resources Management Information Systems Management International Business Management Marketing Operations Management Risk Management

With the exception of accounting, which requires four, each concentration requires three elective courses.

Finally, all MBA students must complete a capstone experience during the final quarter of the program.

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