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Spring Hill College’s online MBA courses provide a timely, relevant and applicable curriculum that can be completed in as few as 10 months. Students can customize their degree with concentrations in project management, leadership, business analytics or supply chain management.
Experienced faculty members infuse our online courses for MBA students with a theoretical and practical education that leaves students prepared to succeed as future leaders in the business sector. Core classes include:
An analysis of organizing, summarizing, interpreting, and reporting data, probability concepts, probability distributions, statistical inference (estimation and hypothesis testing), regression, and non-parametric analysis.
Business Analytics Concentration:
An introduction to a broad range of topics in management science, namely: decision theory, linear programming, non-linear and dynamic programming, transportation and assignment models, network models (PERT-CPM), Markov chains, game theory, inventory models, queuing theory, and simulation models.
This course provides coverage over the full range of business analytics–descriptive, predictive, and prescriptive. It includes step-by-step instructions to help students learn how to use Excel and Excel add-ons such as XL Miner for data mining and the Analytic Solver Platform for optimization and simulation.
This course provides a strong foundation for extensive data analysis, spreadsheet use, and modeling in two other statistical software, R and Python. Students can learn several analytical methods useful in real-life business-decision making.
Logistics and Supply Chain Management Concentration (Select 3):
Leadership Concentration (Select 3):
A study of the nature of leadership in organizational and social settings through case and literature analysis. Leader effectiveness is examined in terms of personal traits and organizational influence, including sources of leader power, decision making, servant leadership, and transformational change.
A philosophical study of the application of principles of ethics to activities within the complex organization. The critical questions involved in ethical business conduct and an awareness of appropriate concerns for social responsibility are considered.
Project Management Concentration (Select 3):
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