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  • Areas of concentration: 4
  • Years to completion: 1-6
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Master of Business Administration (MBA)

Fisher’s MBA program focuses on the whole person, to fit your unique needs as a student and contributing member of today's workforce.

You are able, and encouraged, to customize the program to best leverage your available learning time. You have the opportunity to complete your MBA in one year–as an undergraduate business major taking advantage of the College’s 4+1 program–or up to six years of part-time study.

Choose from among four areas of concentration:

  • Accounting
  • General management
  • Health services management
  • Pharmaceutical industry

Transfer and Graduate Information Session

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Take a Closer Look

Interact with faculty, staff, and current students; tour labs, classrooms, and new facilities; and get essential information about the admissions process.

Thursday, March 21, 2019 at 5 p.m.
Integrated Science and Health Sciences Building

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Program Overview

The MBA curriculum leads you to a greater understanding of current accounting, finance, and management theories; the practical applications of those theories; and the ethical problems you might encounter while on the job.

You will complete the requisite number of core and foundation business courses, as well as classes pertaining to your area of concentration, to earn the degree-required 48 graduate-level credit hours. (Prior academic work can reduce that number down to as low as 30 credit hours. Learn more about program requirement waivers.)

Courses are available on weeknights and, on occasion, Saturday mornings.

Choosing to pursue a Fisher MBA is more than just an investment in your education. It's an investment in your future and, really, the future of our community. ”

Leah George
  • Leah George '13
  • Managing Director, Business Development & International Trade