Some Delaware MBA programs offer concentrations to their students who want to deepen their learning and understanding of leadership, human resources, or health administration. These classes allow you to specialize in a concentration that will benefit you after graduation from your MBA program.
University of Delaware’s Lerner Business & Economics program offers the following concentrations:
MBA Concentration in Healthcare Management: In a healthcare concentration, you’ll develop your leadership and business skills. You’ll also receive opportunities that allow you to enter this fast-growing industry. You’ll learn about healthcare reform, informatics, population-based care, E-service delivery, and patient experience.
Hospitality Business Management
In the Hospitality Business Management concentration, your learning focuses more on the hospitality industry, specifically the functional business areas. Your hospitality coursework will be taught by hospitality faculty. Once you graduate, you’ll be able to find employment as a restaurant manager, hotel manager, marketing strategy consultant, casino manager, director of food and beverage, hospitality information systems manager, or event manager.
Human Resource Management
Goldey-Beacom College’s MBA program offers a Human Resource Management concentration. If you work with a human resources organization, this specialization will expand your knowledge of entrepreneurship, corporate valuation, fixed income securities, investment and portfolio management, international capital budgeting, and risk analysis and management.
In the Goldey-Beacom College’s MBA program, a marketing management concentration gives you additional coursework in international marketing and current topics in marketing. You’ll also be able to choose an elective in information technology, which is recommended.
Goldey-Beacom College MBA also offers an entrepreneurial studies concentration. If launching your own business is one of your plans, this concentration will offer everything you need to learn, including innovation and intrapreneurship in larger organizations. Your concentration coursework includes entrepreneurship, creating and leading new ventures, project management, and social entrepreneurship.