Still the gold standard of business credentials, the Master of Business Administration degree is evolving to offer more opportunities to focus on different areas of business. While general business education can take you a long way, you may be considering adding a specialization to your studies — and for good reason. Specializations promote advanced expertise in specific areas of business, such as accounting, finance, marketing, health care and human resources. If you are considering going into finance, specializations ensure that you build skills that are highly valued in that area instead of focusing on abilities that would be more applicable to marketing.
This free download, The Complete Guide to MBA Specializations in Demand, presents an overview of six MBA specializations that align with current business needs and trends:
- General Management
- Health Care Management
- Human Resource Management
- Leadership and Organizational Health
- Marketing and Advertising Management
Get valuable information such as:
- What you’ll learn in each specialization track
- Skills employers in each area desire
- Career opportunities and job positions
- Average salaries for graduates
As you think about your MBA and your specific career goals, you’ll want to be sure that you choose the course of study that best aligns with your career aspirations, professional interests and personal strengths.
Get answers to such questions as:
- What is the benefit of a specialization versus a general MBA?
- What areas of business are expected to see the most growth?
- What are the career outcomes for different specializations?
- What kind of return on my education investment can I expect?
This guide offers a bigger picture of the business landscape and focuses on specific areas to develop your understanding of where you fit. Download the brochure to learn more about MBA specializations and which one is right for you.
To learn more about the online MBA and its specializations at the University of Saint Mary, request more information or call us at 877-307-4915 to speak to an admissions advisor.