Our full-time Two-Year MBA program offers a well-rounded curriculum and six areas of specialization: accounting, business systems and analytics, finance, general business administration, management, or marketing. The business systems and analytics track is STEM-Certified, and after completing the MBA program, students can opt for up to three years of Optional Practical Training. For those choosing finance with an interest in investment management, there’s a course to prepare for the Level I CFA exam. Students choosing accounting work toward the CPA exam.
Students in the full-time Two-Year MBA program who do not have a degree in business or a related field can complete the degree in 15 to 24 months. Their program consists of up to 15 three-credit courses and two one-credit courses: Professional Development Seminar and Written Communication Skills for Business. Students without a business degree take Foundation Courses as needed to complete the program. Students take classes three days a week.
Our full-time MBA program attracts students from diversified college backgrounds and is ideal for recent college graduates, career changers, or business professionals seeking career advancement. Our contemporary classroom setting encourages collaboration and idea-sharing between our multicultural student body and faculty. Our tuition rate reflects La Salle’s commitment to affordability and offers students an excellent ROI.
This course reviews major leadership theories including trait theory, behavioral theories, contingency models, expectancy theory, path goal theory, transformational leadership, and servant leadership. The course also covers a series of in-depth exercises that address leadership skills including individual decision making, team decision making, nominal group technique, problem framing, negotiation, and managing organizational change.
The focus of this course is on the federal and state statutes influencing or controlling management’s options in handling problems related to EEO, employee benefits and insurance, OSHA and workman’s compensation, and wages and hours.
The course focuses on the study and practical application of the analysis, planning, control, and decision-making activities involved in the promotional process. Topics include objective setting, budgeting, persuasion and attitude change, copy and media decisions, sales promotion programs, and the evaluation of marketing effectiveness.
La Salle School of Business is accredited by the AACSB, which represents the highest standard of achievement for business schools worldwide.