The Master’s in Business Administration (MBA) program is designed to prepare students to function, compete, and excel in modern business and provide them with an understanding of how to cooperate on a worldwide platform. CHU’s faculty has field experience that complements its advanced degrees, and the curriculum is designed to prepare business leaders with the skills to succeed and prosper in today’s competitive marketplace. Students study alongside peers from around the world, which contributes to a broad global perspective. Students gain a foundation in values, leadership, marketing, accounting, finance and other important fundamentals. Graduates have a sound basis of knowledge, which prepares them to excel in management positions in any type of business organization.

Curriculum

The teaching approach emphasizes conceptual and experiential learning. Complementing the case-study method is the practice of action learning in a team context, which transforms the learning environment into the real-business-world context of problem-solving and opportunity management. Internships ensure that students possess work skills upon completing the program. Students synthesize course theory with their own practical experience.

Program Learning Objectives

As a result of successfully completing the MBA in International Business, each student demonstrates that they are able to:

  • Compete in a business context.
  • Solve real-world problems.
  • Respond to critical challenges and paradoxes.
  • Address managerial issues and business in the global context.
  • Focus on long-range strategic development.

Specializations

Accounting Specialization

The MBA with an emphasis in Accounting is intended to prepare students who are interested in understanding the accounting aspects of the business. Internships within the Accounting industry ensure that all students will possess work skills upon completing the program. Students will synthesize course theory with their own practical experience. This relates to an emphasis on career skills.

Corporate Finance

The MBA with an emphasis in Corporate Finance is intended to prepare students for administrative positions within the industry both in the United States and abroad. Internships within the Corporate Finance industry ensures that all students will possess work skills upon completing the program. Students will synthesize course theory with their own practical experience. This relates to an emphasis on career skills.

Healthcare Management

The MBA with an emphasis in Healthcare Management is intended to prepare students for administrative positions within the growing healthcare industry, both in the United States and abroad. Internships within the healthcare industry ensure that all students will possess work skills upon completing the program. Students will synthesize course theory with their own practical experience. This relates to an emphasis on career skills.

Environmental Management

The MBA with an emphasis in Environmental Management is intended to prepare students for administrative positions within the industry, both in the United States and abroad; however, this emphasis is designed to increase awareness of environmental issues.

FAQ/Answers

Q. What is the on-campus residential housing like?

A. The residence halls at CHU are affordable and fun. They’re within walking distance to all classrooms, the library, and other campus resources. It’s also easy to walk off campus to many local shops and restaurants, and it’s close to public transportation.

Q. Will I fit in?

A. CHU is a very multi-cultural, multi-ethnic and multi-linguistic environment with students from over 40 countries so most students feel instantly comfortable in their new home away from home making new friends with a common language, religion and culture frequently the very first day on campus. You are not alone because our staff both within admissions and other departments are also from a variety of countries and cultures and fully understand the questions you may have about entering a new environment in a new country and will assist you to make that transition as smooth and comfortable as possible.

Q. Will CHU help me secure CPT and OPT positions?

A. Students who have F-1 status are eligible for CPT (Curricular Practical Training) and OPT (Optional Practical Training) if they meet certain criteria. The counseling staff at CHU can help students understand the requirements and complete the paperwork in order to qualify and obtain CPT and/or OPT positions.

Program taught in:
  • English (US)
This course is Campus based
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26,491 USD
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