MBA awarded by University of America (Online)

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Program Description

The University of America is authorized by the State of Florida Department of Education Commission on Independent Education by Section 1005.06(1)(f), Florida Statutes and Rule 6E-5.001, and 1997 Florida Code TITLE XVI EDUCATION Chapter 246 Nonpublic Postsecondary Institutions 246.084(1)(2)(3) Authorization. UA is also fully accredited by ACCREDITATION SERVICE FOR INTERNATIONAL COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES (ASIC), A UK international accreditation agency recognized by UK GOVERNMENT, DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION and IMMIGRATION (HOME OFFICE) and listed in the US CHEA’s directory of recognized international accrediting agencies.

Master of Business Administration awarded by University of America

  • MBA601 Change and Crisis Management 3 Credits
  • MBA602 Knowledge Management and Technology 3 Credits
  • MBA603 Risk Management and Business Ethics 3 Credits
  • MBA604 Project Management 6 Credits
  • MBA605 Diversity Management 3 Credits
  • MBA606 Corporate Branding and Sales Relationships 3 Credits
  • MBA607 Conflict Resolution and Negotiation 3 Credits
  • MBA608 Coaching, Mentoring and Supervision 3 Credits
  • MBA609 Strategic Planning 3 Credits
  • MBA610 Intrapreneurship and Entrepreneurship 3 Credits
  • MBA611 Facilitation, Influence, and Persuasion 3 Credits
  • MBA612 Business Process Management 3 Credits
  • MBA613 Online Business and eCommerce Management 3 Credits
Last updated February 2018

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