Master of Business Administration
The MBA focuses on producing managers and leaders who can meet these challenges with emphasis on decision making in an uncertain environment, interpersonal and communication skills, ethics and social responsibility, and globalization.
An MBA can give you broad-based management skills to advance to leadership roles. It can help you accelerate your career advancement or start your own businesses. Or it can help you gain the skills needed to confidently assume leadership roles and to gain a better understanding of complex situations and decisions.
- An acceptable three- or four-year undergraduate degree in any discipline with a minimum B average (GPA of 3.0 on a scale of 4.33 or local equivalent) in the last 60 credits.
- Applicants must have adequate quantitative and/or computing skills in the opinion of the TRU MBA Committee. Adequate quantitative skills include a strong background in algebra and statistics. Adequate computing skills include having a strong background in word processing, presentation and spreadsheet software.
Students who do not fully meet the education or language requirements or do not have adequate quantitative and/or computing skills in the opinion of the MBA Committee may be asked to take specified undergraduate upgrading courses.
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