Business Administration 2.0
- 3 concentrations to choose from
- Convenient online courses for busy professionals
- Personal attention from experienced faculty
Convenient, Online Courses For Busy Professionals
You can earn your MBA at Marywood in as little as two years, either on-campus or online. Our online courses are delivered in real-time and recorded for future reference. Students are encouraged to participate in live discussions with professors and other students through a virtual classroom experience that offers maximum flexibility for busy professionals.
Marywood University's MBA 2.0 program provides general business administration knowledge and training with a special focus on one of three areas of concentration:
- Finance and investment
- Management information systems (MIS)
Our MBA 2.0 program will teach you not only how to become a successful business leader, but how to do so in a way that is ethically, socially, and environmentally responsible.
More About This Degree
Charles J. Lipinski, M.B.A., D.B.A.
Murray Pyle, M.Math., MA, MS, Ph.D.
Organization Behavior and Operations
Monica Law, M.E., Ph.D.
Human Resources and Leadership
Chris Speicher, M.B.A., Ph.D.
Marketing and Entrepreneurship
I’m a Vaccine Specialist for Sanofi Pasteur in the Washington D.C. metro area.
In my role, I promote the importance and effectiveness of immunizations; educate on recommendations and burden of disease; and drive revenue growth by analyzing market trends, developing and maintaining business, and selling pediatric, adolescent, and adult vaccines in the healthcare community. With the collaboration of my company and team, I focus daily on our vision: A world in which no one suffers or dies from a vaccine-preventable disease.
Marywood University’s MBA program helped with my current position by providing a strong foundation to hone my business management knowledge, leadership, and analytical skills. The small class settings allowed for a personal approach in learning and discussing important current business trends and issues. This has led to my success in my career and in personal growth.
Graduate Admissions Requirements
- Bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited college or university
- “B” average during undergraduate study or demonstrated potential for graduate work
- Completed application
- Official, sealed transcripts
- Two or three letters of recommendation
Find Your Counselor
Stanley KaniaGraduate Admissions Counselor
Phone: 570-348-6211 ext 2271
About me: I joined the Marywood Admissions staff as a Graduate Admissions Counselor in August 2011. A native of Northeast PA, I am a two-time graduate of Marywood University receiving my Bachelors of Arts in Political Science/Law in 2011 and a Masters of Business Administration (MBA) in 2014. In May 2016, I began my two year term as President of PAGAP, the Pennsylvania Chapter of the National Association of Graduate Admissions Professionals. I also serve my alma mater as the 2nd Vice-President of the Marywood Alumni Association Board of Directors. Currently, I am pursuing my doctorate degree in Marywood University’s Ph.D Program in Human Development focusing my studies in Organizational Leadership. My research interests include alumni engagement in collegiate recruiting, leadership in higher education, and the utilization of post-secondary institutions as incubators for entrepreneurship. My goal in obtaining my PhD is to become a college professor or an enrollment management administrator.
My interests: In my spare time, I love to golf, cook, travel, and hang out with family and friends.
My favorite thing about Marywood: There are endless opportunities for students to get involved in clubs and extra-curricular activities on both the undergraduate and graduate level.
My favorite place on campus: The Admissions Office because I have the privilege of having the best colleagues anyone can ask for.
You'd never guess: I was so indecisive as to what I wanted to major in as an undergraduate that I changed my major nine times.
My best advice: When it comes to applying for graduate school, it is important to do a few things: plan accordingly to get all materials submitted in time, visit campus and tour the academic department of your intended program, and stay in constant contact with your counselor if you have any questions or concerns.