The purpose of the Master of Business Administration program is to educate and develop leaders and builders of enterprises who create value for their stakeholders and society at large. If you are interested in starting your own professional medical practice, the Troy University Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree will give you the skills and knowledge to successfully achieve your goal.
The TROY MBA graduate will possess unique skills and attributes, including:
A strong foundation of management skills and knowledge
Ethical leadership and decision making
Special expertise in the area of managing people and processes
Ability to use data analysis to improve business decisions
You will delve into accounting, economics, finance, and marketing. A strong emphasis is placed on ethics, leadership, and managing people, processes, and systems.
An undergraduate degree in business administration or accounting from a school holding regional accreditation for its business degree program within 8 years of enrolling in the Troy MBA program;
Complete all courses or their equivalent in the following subject areas from a school holding regional accreditation for its business degree program within 8 years of enrolling in the Troy MBA program:
Accounting (principles of financial accounting)
Microeconomics or Macroeconomics
ACOM students without an undergraduate degree in business administration or accounting can complete the following undergraduate courses (with a grade of C or better) or the self-paced foundation modules equivalent to the required undergraduate courses through Troy University.
FIN 3331 Financial Management I
QM 2241 Business Statistics I
ACT 2291 Principles of Accounting I
ECO 2251 Principles of Macroeconomics or ECO 2252 Principles of Microeconomics