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Master of Business Administration
A.K.M. Rahman, Director
About MBA program
The College of Business offers the Master of Business Administration degree which is nationally accredited by AACSB (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business) International. Practical, problem-solving and solution-oriented, the program is designed for the practicing managers and is concerned less with theoretical content than with the tools of analysis and decision-making. A blend of pragmatic and academic training, the program's emphasis is on practical applications.
Providing a basic analytical tool kit for management is the primary aim of the MBA program. Developing cognitive and noncognitive skills in using these tools, advancing the ability to make and carry out decisions, developing a basis for dealing effectively with people, and instilling a thorough understanding of the overall economic, political, and social environment are also components of the program. The MBA program focuses on real problems and decision-making techniques designed to make it reality-based.
The MBA program provides graduate instruction for students who have an undergraduate major in business. The program also provides MBA degree for students whose undergraduate major is in a field other than business such as engineering, nursing, computer science, agriculture, psychology, government, or some other field.
The MBA program is offered primarily in the evening to allow students employed on a full-time basis to earn their MBA with neither loss of income nor interruptions of work. A student employed on a full-time basis and taking courses on a part-time basis may take longer to complete the program.
The program is
Convenient: With each class meeting only one night a week, you are able to maintain your current employment.
Affordable: Our low tuition and location make McNeese State University one of the outstanding institutions in Louisiana.
Efficient: The core curriculum consists of only 11 classes. By enrolling in 3 courses per semester, you can complete the program in only 4 semesters.
Distinctive: Emphasis is placed on practical applications, focusing on real problems and decision making techniques, you will increase your ability to make and carry out pragmatic corporate decisions.
A limited number of Graduate Assistantships are available to eligible graduate students depending on the availability of funds. Each graduate assistant is required to work for 10 hours a week only to provide research assistance to the graduate faculty. The assistantships will provide 50% out-of-state tuition waiver each regular semester.
MBA Mission Statement
To prepare students with the knowledge and skills needed to succeed in a globally competitive environment.