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The Master of Business Administration (MBA)

The Westminster MBA was built with you in mind. Our 10-course (30 credit) MBA focuses on real-world business issues in topics like: communication, accounting, finance, marketing, law, ethics, operations and human resources. You can take what you learn today and put it into practice tomorrow. Your choice of three concentrations: Management, Business Analytics or Health Care Management, help to prepare you to be a business leader.

Depending on your schedule, you can finish is as little as one year. Our 8-week courses are offered year round to accommodate your busy life. Put your career on the fast track with Westminster.

Core Courses


The MBA is designed to be a 30-credit program. Seven of those credits consist of a “core program” with an additional 3, three-credit courses (concentrations). These concentrations can come from a variety of schools/division across campus. Other than the first foundational course, there are no pre-requisites for the remaining core courses. Students can take them in any order.

  • Managing Communications and Information (CIO)
  • Accounting and Finance for Decision Makers (CFO)
  • Marketing Management (CMO)
  • Business Law and Ethics (CEO)
  • Business Analytics and Strategic Management (All C levels)
  • Human Capital Management (All C levels)
  • Operations Management (COO)

No prerequisites, other than a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution. No course sequencing.

The MBA has a series of seven core courses, but allows for concentrations from all areas of the college. The plan is to start with three, but add new concentrations as the program scales. The vast majority of Westminster’s students will work in a business-like setting, so its design is intentional to include any area of the college interested in offering a concentration(s). Students will take 3 classes in the concentration of their choosing, concentrations include:

Areas of Concentration


General Management:

  • Leadership and Teams
  • Negotiation and Conflict Resolutions
  • Leading across boundaries

Business Analytics

  • Data Mining for Managers
  • Economics
  • Risk Management

Health Care Management:

  • Population Health Infomatics
  • Patient Experience and Engagement
  • Policy and Finance for Healthcare Delivery