Master of Business Administration (MBA)
A recent survey of employers by the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) noted MBA graduates are in demand with anticipated salary increases. Webster University's master of business administration (MBA) program is designed for people like you on a fast track to success. It's the perfect answer for professionals who want to shape their own destiny, upgrade their credentials, and be strategic players in the world of business.
Courses integrate information and theories from various disciplines including accounting, economics, finance, marketing, production operations and strategic management, and provide you with the tools and techniques you'll need to problem solve in a wide variety of business situations.
Choose a standard MBA or specialize with an emphasis in Business and Organizational Security Management, Decision Support Systems, Environmental Management, Finance, Gerontology, Human Resources Development, Human Resources Management, Information Technology Management, International Business, International Relations, Management and Leadership, Marketing, Media Communications, Procurement and Acquisitions Management or Web Services. (Not all areas of emphasis are offered at every Webster University location, so please check the Graduate Catalog for details.)
Webster MBA programs are also available entirely online for maximum flexibility and convenience. Our WorldClassRoom means your degree never has to go on hold, even if you relocate or travel for work.
Points of Distinction
- Small classes, personal attention, international perspective, and real-world approach to learning that Webster University is noted for worldwide.
- Faculty and students from the USA, Europe and Africa bring wide-ranging points of view into the classroom that enhance the international learning environment.
- Opportunities to Study Abroad at any campus in Webster's international network.
- More than 91,000 alumni are working in more than 100 countries shaping the future of business, education, communication, government, science, technology and the arts.