Master of Business Administration
Business leadership skills and experience to last a lifetime
American National University’s online Master in Business Administration (MBA) program is designed to increase your breadth of knowledge, your ability to analyze business alternatives more thoroughly, and your opportunities for challenging, responsible, and productive careers.
Your Learning Experience
As a student in the MBA program, you will:
- Gain a clear in-depth understanding of business principles, management strategies, and organizational structures.
- Gain an increased understanding of behavioral, financial, and operational forces in businesses.
- Learn how to apply a theoretical understanding of business principles to real-world scenarios.
- Be prepared to analyze complex business situations, take strategic action, and effectively lead teams.
- Refine your team management skills, problem solving techniques, and oral and written presentation skills.
- Enhance your credentials for the job market.
Customize your degree with specializations
Accounting Management: Master theoretical and practical accounting and management skills and also focus on communication, collaboration, and business analysis to help you succeed in the accounting field.
General MBA: Gain valuable expertise across a range of business disciplines and specialize your focus according to your industry or career path.
Global Leadership: Become a competitive candidate in the global marketplace with in‐depth study of a range of timely topics, including global diversity, international finance, International Human Resources, accounting for multinational organizations, and more.
Healthcare Management: Focus on knowledge-base and current issues related to healthcare informatics; health policy; patient safety; and the ethical, legal, and regulatory issues that are particular to being a leader in the healthcare industry.
International Business: Conduct in-depth study with perspective from peers from around the world – building a solid foundation in global diversity, international finance, international human resources and accounting — providing the necessary knowledge and skills in managing multinational organizations.
Organizational Management: Design and measure organizational effectiveness, understand leadership roles, and learn how to successfully manage teams by applying theory to real-world situations.
Information Technology: Students interested in leadership and management of technology businesses or technology operations within an organization can specialize in this field.
Hospitality Management: Learn the use and development of natural and cultural resources in tourism projects, the methods employed to reinvent a destination, and the opportunities to engage a destination’s local population.
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