Kettering University’s Master of Business Administration program provides students with an educational experience that enables graduates to perform as effective management professionals and leaders in world’s most dynamic organizations.


Overview

By blending engineering, technology and business acumen our MBA program creates leaders that facilitate the development and marketing of complex services and solutions. The core curriculum provides you with a real-world preparation for the global economy, but a Kettering MBA offers much more — especially for those interested in pursuing careers within the industrial, manufacturing or health care fields.

Kettering University enables you to customize the MBA program to meet your goals by selecting one of many unique concentrations — or by creating your own through the general concentrations.

Concentrations

  • General MBA
  • Leadership
  • Healthcare Systems Management 
  • Information Technology
  • Supply Chain Management
  • Technology Management

Objectives

  • Graduating students will have an integrated knowledge of and demonstrated ability to perform as management professionals.
  • Students will be prepared for continued learning throughout their career.
  • Students gain the positive perspectives and skills that create productive managerial leaders.

Requirements

The MBA curriculum consists of 12 courses (48 credit hours) which includes nine core courses plus three elective courses from your concentration area. An additional intensive foundations course may be required as a prerequisite depending upon your undergraduate coursework, which will be evaluated at the time of your application.

You have the choice of MBA concentrations which consists of three classes (12 credit hours), that allow you to customize your MBA to suit your professional needs. You may start the MBA during any of our four 11-week terms. There is no thesis requirement for the Kettering MBA program.