MBA Degrees in Management
The G. Brint Ryan College of Business has rolled out a fully accredited interactive MBA track effective in January 2005. As of August 2005, Administrative Management has changed to the new title of Strategic Management. Advantages of the Strategic Management MBA include most, if not all, web based course offerings, Texas State tuition rates, convenient cafeteria scheduling, on-line registration and tuition payment, and completion based on your time table, i.e. 18 months to five years based on your ability and work schedule. Applications will be processed through the Toulouse School of Graduate Studies.
By clicking on the following links, you will be taken to the MBA advising site for more general information concerning the program requirements for the MBA program in Business Administration.
MBA in Strategic Management
*Formerly Administrative Management.
The MBA with a concentration in Strategic Management interrelates and provides a broad exposure to skills necessary in managing a total organization. Strategic Management involves establishing the major direction, strategies and broad policies that an organization will follow in pursuit of accomplishing its objectives. This necessary knowledge is important for sustainable growth of businesses and the U.S. economy. Click on this link to see further information about this program.
MBA in Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management
In the MBA with a concentration in Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management, students study the processes, structures, and behaviors that fit together to define all types of business organizations. In addition, students learn the practices and skills necessary for the major Organizational Behavior and Human Resources Management functions, such as, compensation, selection and placement, health and safety, and organizational change. The evolution of organizations to manage faster transitions has become a way of life. This theme is prevalent in many of our MBA Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management courses.
MBA in Health Services Management
Health Services Management Program Director Mark Davis, Ph.D.
The MBA with a concentration in Health Services Management allows students the opportunity to study the major systems that comprise health care organizations: governance, finance, clinical services, and human resources. The Health Services Management student learns to identify and understand the best practices and processes of the well-managed health care organization in its variety of forms- ambulatory care, acute care, long-term care, home health, and so forth. The program provides students with skills needed to effectively coordinate, integrate, and improve the quality of health services. In this way, we hope to prepare students for the many opportunities and unique challenges of a continuously changing health care industry.