Dr. Mu, Associate Professor and Co-Chair of the Masters of Business Administration Program, teaching a class about managing organizational change. Earn your MBA totally in-class or totally online, or a combination of both. The 36-credit program can be completed in two years while working full-time. No GMAT or GRE required.Carlow’s MBA, with a focus on strategic management and leadership excellence, gives you the tools you need to lead a business enterprise in the 21st century and to compete in the current global business environment. With an unparalleled opportunity to examine both the quantitative and qualitative aspects of business administration, we are committed to training the new generation of socially responsible and technically competent managers.Experiential learning and research in Carlow’s MBA program has led to students publishing articles, presenting research, and real-world work opportunities.Carlow’s main campus in the Oakland section of Pittsburgh is conveniently located near many corporate headquarters, healthcare systems, and government offices.
Fraud and Forensics Concentration Become a successful leader in the fields of accounting, law enforcement, government, and corporations. Learn how to uncover and prevent fraud such as Ponzi schemes, identity theft, misuse of funds, and other white-collar crimes.
Healthcare Management Concentration Cultivate specialized expertise in the healthcare industry by exploring managerial issues and challenges with leaders from the healthcare community.
Leadership and Management Concentration Designed for students who would like to customize their MBA experience, the Leadership and Management concentration allows the students to design their own track by taking any two of the available elective courses.
Project Management Concentration Build a solid foundation for a successful career in project management through our innovative coursework that prepares future Project Management Professionals (PMPs) according to Project Management Institute (PMI) guidelines through the Project Management Body of Knowledge, in-depth case studies, as well as experiential learning.
Human Resource ManagementThis new concentration will begin in Fall 2016. Human Resources Management focuses on the interrelationships between an organization’s most important resources – its employees, its leadership, and the business in general. This track will provide the MBA student with specialized coursework in this field, with particular attention to the budgeting, legal, compensation, training, recruitment and selection, and health and safety issues of managing a human resource department.