The University of Northern Colorado's Monfort College of Business is now accepting applications for its new Master of Business Administration program, which will begin this fall at UNC's Loveland Center at Centerra.
The MBA program is flexible in design to meet the needs of busy professionals across the Front Range of Colorado. Classes are eight weeks long and meet twice a week. Students can take one, two or more classes at a time and can take a semester off if needed.
"Our MBA program will appeal to the working professional who wants an education with face-to-face interactions," said Cris de la Torre, director of MBA Studies. "The curriculum will be challenging and dynamic, and prepare students to lead and succeed in today's business world."
Students will receive a solid foundation of business fundamentals in ethical leadership, managerial proficiency, solution-driven problem solving and global enterprises.
The program consists of 36 credit hours, 27 of which are core business management classes and nine that are in an area of specialization.
Students can choose to specialize in healthcare administration, human resources management or a general course of business management. They can specialize in accounting by completing nine credit hours in the college's on-campus master's Accounting program.
Prior to graduation, students will be required to submit a project or portfolio that demonstrates that the student has an integrated and comprehensive mastery of the curriculum.
More information about the MBA program, including admission requirements, costs, financial aid and the application process, is at http://mcb.unco.edu/MBA.