Whether or not you seek admission to a business school should not just be based on the easiest place to get into. You’ll also want to think about what you want to do with your degree when you get it. If you know you want to work in a specific field, you can look for concentrations that focus their academics and content on that field specifically. Some specializations you can expect to find in MBA programs include international business, strategic planning, business analytics, human resources, info technology, media management, project management, and more. Below are just some of the concentrations available in this state.
Companies are becoming more and more interested in being environmentally responsible and energy efficient in their day-to-day operations. They do this by introducing and maintaining climate change protocols and environmental regulations into the corporate structure that will protect the surrounding community.
Businesses need to integrate IT with main accounting and financial processes while creating efficient business processes. This is especially needed in the medical industry in the coming months and years as they move to online records and advanced security protocols.
This concentration covers all the operational aspects of healthcare management, including high level administrative and staff management positions. It also teaches the operational and business aspects of healthcare including insurance companies, long-term care facilities, and pharmaceutical corporations.
This concentration covers management of production lines, from raw materials to finished goods, and delivery to the consumer. You may be responsible for deciding how these supply lines are designed and the entire process is overseen by an SCO manager in every production company.
Every company needs someone with complete knowledge of financial markets and corporate finance including portfolio management, security analysis, risk management, and investment banking. An MBA in Finance also creates the opportunity to enter Chief Financial Officer (CFO) positions in corporate settings.
Organizations need quality leadership in diverse business settings to manage the workforce, navigate the inner politics of an organization, and implement action plans to develop new business opportunities.