22-Month Part-Time Programs
The M.B.A. program consists of two specializations—Non-Profit and Charitable Organization Management and Management of the Growing Enterprise - and is 22 months in length. Courses are delivered through a mixed-modal approach, including four residencies (total of eight weeks) on the TWU campus and the utilization of online and other distance learning technologies. The primary entry date is August for the Management of the Growing Enterprise specialization and Non-Profit and Charitable Organization Management specializations. However, it is possible to start in October and January.
The Management of the Growing Enterprise specialization is designed to equip students with the skills and creative mindset to pursue new initiatives or launch a new product in an existing firm. With its focus on growth and innovation, this specialization is well suited for those seeking to initiate new projects or start a new company.
The Non-Profit & Charitable Organization Management specialization helps non-profit managers lead their organizations to achieve greater missional fulfillment amidst the myriad challenges and limited resources. Management capacity building is a critical goal of this M.B.A. option. This specialization is also of interest to non-profit Board of Directors.back to top
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