Ambassador Crawford College of Business and Entrepreneurship
Department of Management

About This Program

If you're looking to take your career in business to the next level, the M.B.A. degree might just be the game-changer you've been searching for. The program covers a broad range of topics, including finance, marketing, accounting and management, and offers specialized concentrations in areas such as business analytics, healthcare administration and organizational leadership. Read more...

Contact Information

Program Delivery

  • Delivery:
    • Fully online (full-time and part-time program with optional concentrations in Accounting, Business Analytics, Healthcare Administration, Human Resource Management and International Business)
    • In person (all concentrations are available to students in the full-time, in-person MBA program)
  • Location:
    • Kent Campus (full-time only for general degree and all concentrations)

Applications to the Information Systems concentration are not being accepted at this time.

Examples of Possible Careers and Salaries*

General and operations managers

  • 5.8% faster than the average
  • 2,486,400 number of jobs
  • $103,650 potential earnings

Human resources managers

  • 6.3% faster than the average
  • 165,200 number of jobs
  • $121,220 potential earnings

Management analysts

  • 10.7% much faster than the average
  • 876,300 number of jobs
  • $87,660 potential earnings

Market research analysts and marketing specialists

  • 17.7% much faster than the average
  • 738,100 number of jobs
  • $65,810 potential earnings

Financial and investment analysts, financial risk specialists, and financial specialists, all other

  • 5.5% faster than the average
  • 487,800 number of jobs
  • $83,660 potential earnings


AACSB International - The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business

* Source of occupation titles and labor data comes from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics' Occupational Outlook Handbook. Data comprises projected percent change in employment over the next 10 years; nation-wide employment numbers; and the yearly median wage at which half of the workers in the occupation earned more than that amount and half earned less.