MBA in Philadelphia Center City


Your MBA. Your way!

Bloomsburg University’s innovative hybrid program class structure allows you to complete your MBA the way you want to complete it. We have three different program options that meet your personal and professional needs. Classes meet every other Saturday face-to-face and online on alternating weeks which minimizes professional and personal interruptions.

Learn more at our open house

Visit us at our Open House on Thursday, October 11, from 6 to 8 p.m., at the State System University Center, 701 Market St., Concourse. Meet with MBA coordinators Carolyn Lamacchia and Darrin Kass. RSVP by email at MBA@bloomu.edu.

Registration is Easy

There is a rolling admission process, so applications are accepted year-round. Students are admitted based on an evaluation of past academic achievement, aptitude for advanced study, professional accomplishments, and motivation to succeed. Degrees earned from non-United States universities will be judged individually.

An Accredited Program

Bloomsburg’s business programs have AACSB Accreditation, the hallmark of excellence in business education that has been earned by less than five percent of the world’s business programs.

Affordable Excellence

At Bloomsburg, you can save more than $1,500 on tuition for every course compared to competing programs from institutions such as Temple, Drexel and Villanova.

 

Courses for 2018-19 Academic Year!

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MBA Bloomsburg

MBA Program Directors

Darrin Kass, Ph.D. and Carolyn Lamacchia, Ph.D.
MBA-director@bloomu.edu

Sutliff Hall 325
MBA Handbook

 

Choose Your Ticket

BU’s innovative hybrid class structure allows students to complete the program with minimal personal and professional interruptions. Courses are structured for 50 percent online and 50 percent face-to-face on alternating Saturdays in downtown Philadelphia. Students complete each course in six weeks (three Saturdays online, and three Saturday at our Philadelphia location from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.). Online classes are asynchronous, which provides flexibility and freedom as to when students connect and contribute.

Fast-Track MBA

Complete your MBA in one year!

Schedule: Two courses every two months, 12 courses total for 36 credits

September/October
» Financial and Managerial Accounting
» Leadership, Ethics, and Prof. Development

November/December
» Marketing Management
» Human Resource Management Skills for Managers

January/February
» Operations and Supply Chain Management
» Global Business

March/April
» Financial Management
» Managing People in Organizations

May/June
» Strategic Information and Technology Management
» Strategic Management

July/August
» Managerial Decision Making
MBA Practicum

 

Professional MBA

Complete your MBA at your own pace!

Two year schedule presented as an option; 12 courses for 36 credits.

Year One

September/October
» Financial and Managerial Accounting

November/December
» Marketing Management

January/February
» Operations and Supply Chain Management

March/April
» Financial Management

May/June
» Strategic Information and Technology Management

July/August
» Managerial Decision Making

Year Two

September/October
» Leadership, Ethics, and Prof. Development

November/December
» Human Resource Management Skills for Managers

January/February
» Global Business

March/April
» Managing People in Organizations

May/June
» Strategic Management

July/Aug
» MBA Practicum

 

Certificate of Management

Get ahead and stay ahead!

Complete your Graduate Certificate of Management in as little as just eight months by taking six MBA courses (18 credits).

Schedule of Courses

(Required Courses)

September/October
» Financial and Managerial Accounting

November/December
» Marketing Management

January/February
» Operations and Supply Chain Management

March/April
» Financial Management

Choose Two Courses

September/October
» Leadership, Ethics, and Professional Development

November/December
» Human Resource Management Skills for Managers

January/February
» Global Business

March/April
» Managing People in Organizations

May/June
» Strategic Information and Technology Management
» Strategic Management

July/August
» Managerial Decision Making