Franklin University

Master of Business Administration


Institution:
Program: Master of Business Administration
Degree or Certificate: MBA-Master of Business Administration
Department: College of Business
Program website:
Program specializations:

Not Applicable

Program mission statement:

To prepare students for leadership roles to make beneficial contributions to their work, their organization, and to society.
The MBA program of study emphasizes theory to practice and the acquisition of lifelong learning skills essential in being personally and professionally effective in a world characterized by uncertainty and growing levels of complexity.

Professional accreditation:

International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education (IACBE)

Test(s) Required for Program Admission:

N/A

Face-to-Face Requirements:

N/A

Program Credits/Units to Graduation:

40 credits

Program learning outcomes:
What Will I Learn?
:
  • Communicate effectively in professional situations by applying appropriate written, verbal, interpersonal, and presentation skills.
  • Lead, manage, and contribute as a member to project teams.
  • Employ tactical, operational, and strategic decision making and problem solving to organizational issues.
  • Demonstrate a fundamental understanding of the workings of all aspects of an organization. 
  • Analyze business issues by applying multi-functional theoretical and practical perspectives.
Evidence of Student Learning - Internal: How will the program measure what I have learned?:

Assignments from courses are collected and reviewed by external evaluators to determine if outcomes are met (yes/no) for each outcome.

The assessment results from Fall 2010 Major Field Test for MBA (MFT-MBA) showed the average percentile is 50%.  There was no difference between online and face to face students' results. 

Results of External Exams/Assessments: What third-party assessments will measure what I have learned?:

The assessment results from Fall 2010 Major Field Test for MBA (MFT-MBA) showed the average percentile is 50%.  There was no difference between online and face to face students' results.