The College will also roll out a five-year graduate/Certified Public Accountant (CPA) program. Students who graduate from the program will earn their B.S. in Accounting, an MBA, and will be eligible, with 150 credit hours, to sit for the CPA exam.
The Mount’s MBA offers non-traditional tracks such as Health Care Administration, Management and Organizational Behavior, as well as International Business. Future tracks include Not-for-profit Management, Educational Administration and Human Resource Management.
According to Ed Meyer, Dean of the School of Professional and Continuing Studies at the Mount, “In these difficult economic times, it makes sense to ride out the storm by getting an MBA. Students will emerge from this program ready to compete in a new market with a recognized skill set and be connected to a solid network of professionals.”
The MBA Program is designed with the student’s needs in mind. MBA programs are traditionally designed to permit an individual with any undergraduate major to enter and students can choose their concentration.