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Duration

14 Months

for 350 applicants

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    Program Overview

    Key Highlights

    Accreditation: ACBSP and HLC Accredited program
    Accreditation: ACBSP and HLC Accredited program
    Affordability: Among the most affordable US MBAs
    Affordability: Among the most affordable US MBAs
    Accelerated: Complete the degrees in 14 months
    Accelerated: Complete the degrees in 14 months
    Flexible: 100% Online
    Flexible: 100% Online
    Legacy: Nearly 100 year history
    Legacy: Nearly 100 year history
    No standardized testing required
    No standardized testing required
    Edgewood College alumni status
    Edgewood College alumni status
    5 Concentrations Available
    5 Concentrations Available
    Live & interactive faculty, alumni, and industry-specific sessions
    Live & interactive faculty, alumni, and industry-specific sessions
    24x7 student support available
    24x7 student support available

    Syllabus

    Curriculum designed to meet your professional goals in just 14 months. The MBA provides broad range skills with subject expertise in 5 areas.

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    About Edgewood College

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    About Edgewood College
    Earn an MBA from Edgewood College, as you acquire the skills you need to fuel your success in the world of business.
    About Edgewood College
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    • More than 90 years of legacy: Edgewood College, founded in 1927, is an independent liberal arts university, located in Madison, Wisconsin in the United States.
    • US Accredited: Edgewood College is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, one of the seven accrediting commissions recognized by the Council of Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA)
    • ACBSP Accredited: Edgewood College offers more than 60 majors and 40 minors and its business program is accredited by the Association of Collegiate Business School and Programs (ACBSP)
    • WES Recognized: WES takes all programs to a US equivalency - as all programs are within the US they are already WES equivalent

    Who Is This Programme For?

    The MBA program is designed to move individuals forward in tview more

    Minimum Eligibility

    Bachelor's Degree. Diploma holders may be considered on a caview more

    Syllabus

    Curriculum designed to meet your professional goals in just 14 months. The MBA provides broad range skills with subject expertise in 5 areas.

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    14 Months
    Course Duration
    30
    Credits

    BUS 603 | Organizational Development/Behavior

    6 Weeks
    • This course equips the students with the insight necessary to develop interpersonal relationships that will build teams, increase productivity, enhance the quality of work life, orchestrate change, improve employee retention, and augment communication.

    BUS 606 | Strategic Marketing

    6 Weeks
    • This course allows the students to apply marketing knowledge in addressing strategic decision-making situations. It emphasizes the use of analytical skills in making judgments under uncertainty in a variety of marketing contexts.

    BUS 618 | Managing Information and Technology

    6 Weeks
    • This course provides the students with an understanding of how to collaborate with IT experts while making business decisions with a significant technology component.

    BUS 602 | Accounting for Managers

    6 Weeks
    • This course is designed to provide insight into managerial accounting concepts with a focus on real-world application. It examines managerial accounting tools and resources that assist managers with business decisions spanning different disciplines.

    BUS 607 | Corporate Finance

    6 Weeks
    • This course introduces students to corporate finance. It covers topics like financial statement analysis, cost of capital, capital structure, common stock valuation, capital budgeting, and corporate restructuring and failure.

    BUS 604 | Supply chain negotiations and strategy

    6 Weeks
    • The course is designed to help students learn how to identify, dissect, and answer strategic management problems. To remedy the crucial challenges facing organizations, students will research, analyze, and evaluate solutions.

    BUS 609 | MBA Strategic Management

    6 Weeks
    • Through this course (capstone project), students will develop an understanding of strategy and its formulation, implementation, and evaluation. The course incorporates elements of marketing, finance, operations, and quantitative analysis.

    DBUS 901 | Introduction to Academic Scholarship and Doctoral Studies in Business

    6 Weeks
    • This course provides an overview of academic scholarship and prepares the doctoral student for performing business research. Students use critical thinking models and practices, including the role of assumptions, to identify business problems.

    DBUS 921 | Quantitative Analysis I: Quantitative Research and Analysis

    6 weeks
    • This course explains application of quantitative analytical techniques to problems in business. The programming language R will be introduced.

    DBUS 920 | Qualitative Research

    6 Weeks
    • In this course learn what constitutes qualitative research, how to apply qualitative research methods. This involves students identifying appropriate qualitative research plans, developing research questions, conducting a planned analysis, and communicating their findings.

    DBUS 703 | Intermediate Accounting

    • Topics include the accounting conceptual framework, the accounting information system, advanced financial statement preparation, footnote disclosures and more. The course includes an introduction to Sage Peachtree accounting software.

    BUS 705 | Cost Accounting I

    • The course’s focus is upon how accounting information can assist managers in controlling the activities for which they are responsible, and how manager’s use cost information to make better decisions to improve their organization’s competitiveness.

    BUS 723 | Business Law II

    • This course builds upon the content from Business Law I, presenting topics such as commercial paper, real property, secured transactions, bankruptcy, partnerships, corporations, wills and trusts through a case study approach.

    BUS 788 | Health Insurance Principles

    • This online course examines the various private and governmental insurance programs common in the U.S., with a special focus on Wisconsin policies and practices.

    BUS 789 | Service and Clinical Quality

    • This course will define the role of the integrated health care leadership administrative and clinical teams in improving culture, environments, clinical and operating processes to efficiently and effectively achieve improved outcomes.

    NRS 625| Healthcare Systems & Policy

    • Study of local, state, and federal policy on health services and payment organization of the U.S. health care system. Legal, regulatory and legislative influences are discussed.

    ORG 615 | Organizational Leadership

    • Leadership provides students with an overview of a variety of theories, methods, and models of leadership, with an emphasis on the cultural context in which leadership is pursued. Explore your own model of leadership by reflecting on the models presented in class.

    ORG 620 | Individual and Team Interventions

    • This course focuses on how people’s behavior is influenced by their actions and the actions of others in organizational settings. The course is designed to be highly practical, current, and relevant.

    ORG 630 | Organizational Change

    • Investigates the nature of change, forces for change, and the impact of change on its recipients.

    Elective tracks

    Topics Covered

    Research

    DBUS 901 Introduction to Academic Scholarship and Doctoral Studies in BusinessDBUS 920 Qualitative ResearchDBUS 921 Quantitative Analysis I: Quantitative Research and Analysis

    Admission Process

    Program Fees: USD 15,000

    *Scholarships of up to 50% for up to 350 applicants

    30 Credits.
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    Frequently Asked Questions

    About the program

    What is the minimum eligibility for the program?

    Anyone with a bachelor's degree is welcome to apply for the program. The admissions committee will review your application and give a decision. Diploma holders with significant experience may be considered on a case by case basis.

    Why Edgewood College?

    • Higher Learning Commission Accredited
    • Business programs accredited by the Association of Collegiate Business School and Programs (ACBSP)
    • The university is part of 30+ Associations
    • Top 100 Best MBAs in Leadership by University HQ
    • More than 90 years of legacy
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    *The MBA program is accredited by ACBSP. The DBA Program is currently in candidacy with ACBSP for accreditation.  The DBA Program will receive full accreditation once it has met all ACBSP requirements.

    The MBA program is accredited by HLC. The DBA program is pending HLC accreditation.

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    Refund Policy:

    1. You can claim a refund for the amount paid towards the Program at any time, before the Program Start Date, by visiting www.upgrad.com and submitting your refund form via the "My Application" section under your profile. You can request your Admissions Counsellor to help you in applying and withdrawing for a refund by sending them an email with reasons listed. For post program refund please connect with your Admissions Counselor to understand the policy. This is applicable even for those students who could not complete their payment, and could not be enrolled in the batch opted for. However, the student can avail pre-deferral as per the policy defined below for the same.

    2. Student must pay the full fee within seven (7) days of payment of the deposit amount or Batch Start Date, whichever is earlier; otherwise, the admission letter will be rescinded.

    3. Request for refund as per point no. 1 of the refund policy must be sent via email in the prescribed refund request form. The refund will be processed within 30 working days of submitting the duly signed refund form, after being duly approved by the Academic Committee.

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