The Master of Business Administration degree requires 42 academic credits (approximately 14 courses). The lockstep curriculum is designed to be completed in two years. The T-Style curriculum delivers a focused specialization followed by the MBA Core. The full list of courses offered across both specializations is featured below, and more detailed course descriptions can be found in TCNJ’s Graduate Bulletin.
Hybrid learning offers depth and flexibility
The TCNJ MBA degree program combines the best of online learning with face-to-face instruction, all led by accomplished faculty. Saturday residencies, held twice each academic term, allow you to engage in meaningful peer projects and presentations while networking with students, faculty, and our incredible roster of engaged industry practitioners.
Business Analytics — The business analytics specialization will provide contemporary analytic skills for complex business decision-making.
Strategy, Innovation and Leadership — The track in Strategy, Innovation and Leadership is designed to create leaders of change. Organizations survive and prosper by challenging the status quo and by finding new ways to deliver value.
This track explores organizational and individual processes that leads to innovative ideas, products, and services. The specialization invites students to think strategically, gain new insights on how people and organizations work, and develop managerial skills that will enable individuals to lead others in change initiatives.
Years one and two overview
Course offerings subject to change
Business Analytics Track
- Foundations of Business Analytics
- Regression Modeling
- Machine Learning
- Business Analytics II
- Text Mining
- Relational Database Systems
- Business Analytics Practicum
Strategy, Innovation and Leadership Track
- Strategy and Sustained Competitive Advantage
- Strategic Human Resource Management
- Leading Organizational Change
- Negotiations and Dispute Resolution
- The Art of Persuasion: Communication for Business
- Management Practicum: New Product Development
- Accounting for Managers
- Managerial Economics
- Managing in the Global Environment
- Corporate Finance and Valuation
- Global Operations and Supply Chain
- Corporate Responsibility and Business Ethics
- Strategic Marketing Management
Business practitioner involvement
The Graduate Advisory Committee of TCNJ alumni and business professionals will provide ongoing input and support to enrolled students. Most courses offered will involve experienced business practitioners, whether face-to-face or online.