MBA Programs | On Campus
New England College’s Master of Business Administration (MBA) provides working professionals and recent graduates with the proven business and leadership skills needed for today’s rapidly changing global environment. The specialty curriculum of our MBA program provides students with the opportunity to focus on specific areas of study or industries.
This 40-credit MBA program can be completed on campus in as little as 12 months. Courses are specifically designed for working professionals to make the most efficient use of time and to optimize the learning experience.
MBA Designed for Today’s Business World
The MBA is the most recognized credential in the business world. Employers know MBA graduates who join their organization with the analytical and leadership skills they are looking for.
According to the Bureau of Labor and Statistics, individuals earning a Master’s degree achieve higher earnings and have lower levels of unemployment.
The MBA prepares students for exciting career opportunities include
- Sales Manager ($117,960/yr)
- Management Analyst ($81,330/yr)
- Medical/Health Services Manager ($96,540/yr)
- Training and Development Manager ($105,830/yr)
MBA Program Concentrations
New England College’s on campus MBA program offers a wide range of relevant concentrations to help you focus your learning and build your expertise in your professional area of interest, including:
- Computer Information Systems
- Executive MBA | Hybrid Program
- Project Management
- Health Informatics
- Strategic Leadership
MBA Core Curriculum, 28 credits
- Organizational Leadership and Change
- Managerial Accounting
- Finance for Leaders
- Economics for Leaders
- Strategic Marketing
- Strategic Planning and Policy
- Capstone Project
New England College also offers additional concentrations online. For information about the online MBA program, visit: www.nec.edu/academics/graduate-degree-online-programs/mba/
Dual Degree Option: MBA/MS-CIS
Degree candidates in the MBA program may apply 12 credits from this degree toward a second degree, the MS in Computer Information Systems program, thereby reducing coursework towards the MS-CIS by three courses. Students must be accepted in both programs, but application materials will be forwarded from the first program to the second and thus the student does not need to resubmit them. Interested students should contact the MBA Program Director or the Associate Dean of the Management Division.
New England College
School of Graduate and Professional Studies
98 Bridge Street
Henniker, NH 03242