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An advanced degree in business administration could make all the difference. With Norwich's online Master of Business Administration program, you can study alongside working professionals across the world and in a variety of industries. With your career goal in mind, choose from several concentrations including project management, energy management, and organizational leadership.
The project management concentration is accredited by the PMI Global Center for Project Management Education Programs, the leading professional association worldwide for the project management field.
Management majors can specialize in nearly a dozen minors at the Norwich University School of Business and Management. Follow links below to see related course offerings and curriculum maps in the Norwich University Course Catalog:
Build upon your undergraduate education with an advanced degree in construction management. Depending on your career goals, Norwich University offers a construction management concentration in both the Master of Business Administration and Master of Civil Engineering programs.
The management program focuses on the management functions: planning, organization, leadership and control. Our students will integrate knowledge from other disciplines within the school (accounting, economics and computer information systems), to enter into organizations with both a functional and an enterprise perspective. The program provides a breadth of required courses and the opportunity to pursue elective courses in such fields as organizational behavior, information systems, marketing, economics, human resources, and finance enabling each student to align his or her interests with degree requirements. Management students benefit from a unique leadership laboratory and are offered the opportunity for summer internships in a wide variety of organizations.
During the spring semester of the sophomore year, management majors must select a concentration (see next section).
Management majors frequently choose to double major in Accounting, a path that requires as few as two additional courses.
Management majors choose from one of five concentrations:
To review course offerings and curriculum maps for majors, minors, and concentrations, see the Norwich University Course Catalogue: