MBA Online Program

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MBA Online Program

Get Connected to Boston's Business World

An innovative departure from textbook learning, the Suffolk University Online MBA program offers students an opportunity to solve real-world problems in live workshops with Boston’s top industry professionals. Learn critical leadership skills in an experiential, collaborative setting and become the sharpened business leader employers seek.

How Suffolk Stands Out
    • Built in Boston. Built for Business
      Home to multinational leaders who operate businesses ranging from biotech, finance, healthcare, technology and more.
    • Be a Consultant on Day 1
      Work collaboratively on the first day of classes, providing input that is valued and appreciated.
    • Untraditional. On Purpose
      Enjoy experiential, interactive, team-based work with clients who have real challenges, not canned projects.
    • Two Decades of MBA Online Experience
      Continuous evolvement of the latest state-of-the-art technology tools for the best learning experience.
    • Full-Time, Dedicated Faculty
      MBA professors are seasoned consultants and longtime staff who delight in sharing their expert business knowledge.
    • Diverse, Inclusive Culture.
      Committed to diversity, 22% of our students are international. Named as a top university for gender equality.

About Suffolk University MBA Program

Suffolk MBA Online Since

1999

Online MBA Graduates to Date

10K

Employed MBA Graduates 

97%

6 Months Post Grad Employment Rate

90%

 

Concentrations & Courses
Core Courses
Finance Focus
Accounting Focus
Business Intelligence
Health Sector Management

Next application deadline:

April 23, 2021

Next start date:

May 17, 2021

Tuition & Fees

$1,231 Per Credit Hour

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Enterprise Data Management

Provides students with an understanding of the nature of enterprise integration and enterprise software, business process re-engineering, the implementation within organizations, and strategies for maximizing benefits from enterprise systems.

General Theory in Corporate Finance

Students expand knowledge of dividend theory, capital structure theory, capital budgeting, long-term financing decisions, cash management and corporate restructuring, market efficiency, and risk and liability management.

Graduate Financial Accounting I

This introductory-level accounting course provides students with a solid base in accounting fundamentals, including U.S. GAAP, the conceptual framework, nature of accounts, journal entries, and ultimately, financial statements.

Innovation: The Future of Healthcare

Covers innovation in the organization and delivery of healthcare services as well as in the pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, medical devices, and healthcare IT. Explores how players create, identify, pursue, and support or impede opportunities for innovation.

Understanding World-Class Clusters

Students engage in a variety of learning activities and develop a multifunctional general management perspective. The course is designed to help students directly apply what they've learned in the core courses to their organization.

Business Intelligence and Data Analytics

Introduces business intelligence and data analytics, which help organizations in strategic and operational decision making by improving performance management, optimizing customer relations, monitoring business activity and improving decision support.

Cost and Managerial Accounting

Examines the concepts and practices of cost measurement: variable costing, cost-volume-profit analysis, setting goals and monitoring performance, standard costing and variance analysis.

Health Systems I: The U.S. Healthcare System

Origins, components, organization, and operation of the U.S. health system. Prepares students for subsequent healthcare administration courses that delve more deeply into key aspects of the health system. Includes major current health and health system issues.

Investment Analysis

Students examine markets for investment procedures, valuation models, basic analytical techniques and factors influencing risk/return trade-offs. This course emphasizes the professional approach to managing investment assets.

World-Class Strategies

This course uses multiple approaches, defining, understanding and experiencing the strategic value of change at the organizational, team, and individual levels.

Community and Public Health

Revisits the health system as a diverse set of public and private entities working to build and sustain health at the community and population levels. Prepares you to be a boundary-spanner within that system to plan and manage services that optimize community and population health.

Data Management and Modeling

Introduces the importance of information as an organizational resource, role of big data in organizations and the application of tools to provide high-quality information. Students will be able to select the most appropriate data management tool for business scenarios.

Federal Taxation I

Focuses on the federal income taxation of individuals with some discussion of business taxation. Explores the basic structure of individual income taxation, including the individual tax formula, income, deductions and credits, and provides an introduction to property transactions.

Leading and Implementing Change

This course uses multiple approaches, defining, understanding and experiencing the strategic value of change at the organizational, team, and individual levels.

Options and Futures

Students explore the pricing of options and futures contracts, the characteristics of the markets in which these contracts are traded, options and futures strategies, and the application of these contracts in the hedging of financial positions.