Experienced Professional Master of Business Administration (42 Credits)
Designed for working professionals, the Endicott College Experienced Professional MBA program makes it possible to further your education while managing work and life responsibilities.
Whether your goal is to expand your business career internationally, manage a non-profit organization, lead advertising and marketing campaigns, or own your own business, you’ll get the experience and business acumen you need to make it happen.
Courses are available in Beverly, Mass., and Boston—evenings from 6-10 p.m.—or 100% online.
- Complete your degree in as little as 22 months
- Collaborative learning opportunities
- Personal advising
- Customizable coursework
- Networking opportunities
- Expert faculty with real-world experience
- Competitive tuition and financial aid
- No GMAT required
- Eight start times available per year (flexible enrollment)
- Six-week courses
- Over 18 concentrations available
Get ahead with an MBA.
Program of Study:
Each student takes eight core courses, four courses in an area of concentration, as well as two elective courses. Students have the option to choose the electives from any concentration course outside of their designation or from an additional list of elective options. Visit the "Curriculum" tab for specific course options.
All candidates must apply online at: endicott.edu/admission/information-for-graduate-students/apply
Applicants should submit the following to Graduate Admissions, Endicott College, 376 Hale Street, Beverly, MA 01915
- Non-refundable $50.00 application fee (check made payable to Endicott College, cash or online) Application fee waived for veteran and military students;
- Two letters of recommendation (one academic reference and one professional reference);
- Official transcripts of all post-secondary academic work sent directly from the institution(s) including confirmation of undergraduate degree, date confirmed, and any other graduate work;
- Essay of 250-500 words on career goals and motivation for graduate study;
- Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) for all students whose native language is not English; minimum score of 550 (paper-based) or 79 (iBT) is required. The institutional code for Endicott College is 3369. Endicott also accepts an IELTS score of 6.0 or better;
- Interview with the program director (only required for some programs)
- All admissions requirements must be satisfied in order to be formally accepted in a degree program. Students must be formally admitted to a program before the completion of six Endicott credits.
International Applicants for Graduate Admission
Endicott College welcomes and encourages applicants from around the world. International applicants are required to hold a college or university degree equivalent to a four-year American baccalaureate degree. Educational documents in a foreign language are required to be translated into English. All transcripts and translations of transcripts must be official originals and must show courses completed, grades received, grading scale, duration of study, degree or diploma received, and the date conferred. Endicott College reserves the right to request verification of the credentials by an external agency.
International applicants must submit current TOEFL scores when their native language is not English or when their baccalaureate transcript is not from an institution where English is the language of instruction. Once students have been admitted as degree candidates, Endicott College will send detailed instructions about the process for acquiring an Endicott-sponsored student visa.
Program of Study
At the end of the program, the student will be able to:
- Articulate leadership theory for professional application in the professional world
- Apply market research, company evaluations, analysis of situations, and recommendations for solutions to business case analysis projects and/or papers.
- Demonstrate knowledge and skills to articulate current management trends, including cross-cultural and global awareness
- Demonstrate knowledge of accounting processes, key financial statements and financial analysis to determine key management decisions quantitatively
- Demonstrate knowledge of key aspects of the MBA program, finance, accounting, management and leadership knowledge, research, writing and presentation skills
Required Curriculum - 42 credits
Core Courses - 24 cr.
Concentration Courses - 12 cr.
Electives - 6 cr. (Outside of Concentration Designation)
Core Courses - 24 Credits
** Students who elect for concentrations in Construction Project Management or Real Estate will take REST550 Construction Project Management instead of ITS575 Agile Project.BUA 510 - Accounting from a Manager's PerspectiveBUA 520 - Managing in the Evolving WorkplaceBUA 542 - Operations ManagementBUA 561 - Managing in the Global Business EnvironmentBUA 587 - Business Policy and StrategyITS 553 - Technology and InnovationITS 570 - Business Intelligence and Data MiningITS 575 - Agile Project ManagementORREST 550 - Construction Project Management
MBA Concentration Requirements
To complete a concentration in the following areas, students must complete four three-credit courses (for a total of 12 credits) in the area of concentration.
Students may have two concentrations. In order to complete a second concentration, courses used to fulfill the requirements of the first concentration may not be used to meet the requirements of the second concentration. Substitution courses may not be used to satisfy concentration requirements, Students completing the requirements of two concentrations must complete eight three-credit courses (for a total of 24 credits) before the masters degree is awarded.
AccountingACCT 521 - Financial Reporting and AnalysisACCT 550 - TaxationACCT 560 - Managerial Cost AccountingACCT 570 - Intermediate Accounting
Construction Project ManagementIDI 542 - Building Systems & Integrated DesignIA 506 - Emerging Materials and SystemsPMGT 528 - Scheduling Tools and TechniquesPMGT 550 - Construction Estimating
EntrepreneurshipBUA 530 - Small Business ManagementENTP 526 - Entrepreneurial MarketingENTP 530 - Entrepreneurial Venture FinanceENTP 513 - Entrepreneurial Enterprise
FinanceFNCE 521 - Financial Reporting and AnalysisFNCE 560 - Evaluating Capital InvestmentsFNCE 580 - Investment Analysis and Portfolio ManagementFNCE 590 - Personal Financial Planning
General ManagementMGMT 507 - Leadership PrinciplesMGMT 509 - Business EthicsMGMT 527 - Creativity and InnovationMGMT 547 - Managing Innovation and Organizational Change
Global Hospitality ManagementHMT 525 - Leadership & Communication in Global HospitalityHMT 530 - Events Management in a Digital WorldHMT 570 - Strategic Marketing in Global HospitalityHMT 580 - Revenue Management in the Global Marketplace
Global ManagementINBS 550 - International MarketingINBS 560 - International Business NegotiationINBS 570 - International Business LawINBS 580 - Business and Management in BRIC Countries
Healthcare ManagementHCMT 550 - American Health PolicyHCMT 560 - Healthcare FinanceHCMT 570 - Health Informatics and Health IT SystemsHCMT 580 - Regulation and Strategic Planning
Health InformaticsMHI 550 - Health & Medical Information Systems OverviewMHI 560 - Health & Medical Information Systems Planning and Financial ManagementMHI 580 - Policies and Trends in Healthcare InformaticsMHI 590 - Security, Ethics, Privacy & Compliance for Health & Medical Information
Human Resources ManagementHRMT 505 - Compensation and BenefitsHRMT 511 - Human Resource Laws and ComplianceHRMT 517 - Organizational and Individual DevelopmentHRMT 522 - Recruitment and Selection
Information Technology ManagementBUA 543 - Leadership in Information TechnologyITS 518 - Information Systems StrategyITS 544 - Database ManagementITS 560 - Computer Security and Cyber Forensics
Maritime EconomicsMAR 550 - Ocean SciencesMAR 560 - Maritime Regulatory EnvironmentMAR 570 - Port and Shipping OperationMAR 580 - Waterfront Planning
MarketingMKTG 521 - International MarketingMKTG 522 - Branding and AdvertisingMKTG 525 - Advanced Data Analytics and VisualizationMKTG 553 - Digital Marketing
Non-Profit ManagementNPPA 550 - Managing the Non-ProfitNPPA 560 - Marketing and Fundraising in Non-ProfitsNPPA 570 - Non-Profit LeadershipNPPA 580 - Strategic Planning for Non-Profits
Operations ManagementITS 560 - Computer Security and Cyber ForensicsOPMT 560 - Lean Thinking and 6 SigmaOPMT 570 - Analytics for Logistics and Distribution ManagementOPMT 580 - Global Supply Chain Management
Project ManagementBUA 529 - Project ManagementOPMT 560 - Lean Thinking and 6 SigmaPMGT 512 - Business Analysis Techniques Used in Project and Program ManagementPMGT 528 - Scheduling Tools and Techniques
Public AdministrationBUA 529 - Project ManagementPADM 550 - Leadership Practices in Public AdministrationPADM 560 - Managing Financial ResourcesPADM 580 - Policy Analysis
Real EstateREST 560 - Real Estate and Investment Valuation AnalysisREST 570 - Real Estate Leasing and TransactionsREST 580 - Real Estate Finance and Capital MarketsREST 590 - Real Estate Property Management
MBA Elective Requirement Options
Students must complete two three-credit elective courses (for a total of 6 credits). Students have the option to take any concentration course outside of their concentration designation or from the elective options below.BUA 515 - Managerial Finance and Decision MakingBUA 535 - Managerial EconomicsBUA 560 - Marketing and Customer Value ManagementBUA 581 - Managing Information SystemsBUA 585 - Human Resources in TransitionENTP 503 - Family BusinessFNCE 570 - Financial Markets and InstitutionsHCMT 530 - Healthcare: Across the Continuum and Trending TopicsITS 555 - Global Sourcing and IT ResourcesMGMT 505 - Engineering ManagementMHI 570 - Emerging Health & Medical Information Technologies & StandardsMKTG 518 - Customer Relationship ManagementMKTG 524 - Marketing and Product ManagementMKTG 531 - Sales Force ManagementOPMT 550 - High Performance Service ManagementPMGT 523 - Negotiation and ConflictPMGT 525 - Program ManagementBUA 574 - Field Study I: Consulting Project Seminar(Must have Director Approval and a minimum of 18 credits taken to be considered)
Total Degree Requirements - 42 credits
View academic catalog and learning outcomes
AccountingFocus on financial reporting and analysis, taxation, and advanced and managerial cost accounting.
*New Construction Project ManagementFocus on construction project management tools and techniques, building systems and integrated designs, emerging materials and systems, project scheduling, scheduling tools and techniques, and construction estimating.
EntrepreneurshipFocus on small business management, entrepreneurial enterprise, entrepreneurial marketing, and entrepreneurial venture finance.
FinanceFocus on personal financial planning, financial reporting and analysis, evaluating capital investments, financial markets and institutions, and investments analysis and portfolio management.
General ManagementFocus on leadership principles, business ethics, creativity and innovation, and managing innovation and organizational change.
Global Hospitality ManagementFocus on events management in a digital world, leadership and communication, strategic marketing, and revenue management in the global marketplace.
Global ManagementFocus on international marketing, international business negotiations, international business law, and business and management in BRIC countries.
Health InformaticsFocus on health and medical information systems emerging information technologies and standards, systems planning, financial management and security, ethics, privacy, and compliance.
HealthcareFocus on American health policy, healthcare finance, healthcare informatics and IT systems, and regulation and strategic planning.
Human ResourcesFocus on compensation and benefits, human resource laws and compliance, organizational and individual development, and recruitment and selection
Information Technology ManagementFocus on information systems strategy, managing information systems, computer security and cyber forensics, and leadership in information technology.
Maritime EconomicsFocus on ocean sciences, maritime regulatory environment, port and shipping operations, and waterfront planning.
MarketingFocus on advanced data analytics and visualization, branding and advertising, international marketing, and digital marketing.
Non-Profit ManagementFocus on managing, marketing and fundraising, nonprofit leadership, and strategic planning direction for nonprofits
Operations ManagementFocus on analytics for logistics and distribution managers, lean thinking and six sigma, computer security and cyber forensics, and global supply chain management.
Project ManagementFocus on project management methodologies and best practices, lean thinking and six sigma business analysis, and scheduling tools and techniques.
*New Public AdministrationFocus on leadership practices in public administration, managing financial resources policy analysis, and project management.
*New Real EstateFocus on real estate and investment valuation analysis, leasing and transactions, real estate finance and capital markets, property management, and construction project management.
This affordable and accelerated graduate program is convenient for business professionals looking to advance their careers with either a part-time evening or online curriculum.