The MBA Program at Horizons University prepares students for leadership positions in global organizations and for careers as independent consultants, entrepreneurs, and business researchers.
Upon completion of the MBA, students will be able to demonstrate the synthesis and application of business-oriented skills and knowledge.
The structure of a typical course will require students to read materials supplied by the university, study related materials, and perform personal research on selected topics. Confirmation of learning may be determined via papers, projects, quizzes or exams.
All MBA students take four courses a year and complete an independent research thesis (MBA590) over the course of two years, under the supervision of graduate faculty.
An MBA structure at Horizons University is made up of core and specialized courses. The core program combines traditional business competencies with contemporary applications to globalization processes, characteristics of changing societies, and creative problem solving. Students complete four courses within the core and four specialized courses in one of two areas:
The MBA in International Management focuses on the external and internal leadership functions typical of multinational corporations (MNCs). Each course emphasizes the management of information and relationships with a variety of stakeholders, including investors, employees, governments, consumers, financial institutions, and special interest groups.
This program addresses the interface of marketing logistics and cultural phenomena as they exist in a contemporary global environment. Students completing this specialization may seek careers in marketing management, research, consultation, or corporate leadership.