To succeed in the workplace, you need practical, hands-on experience. And that’s exactly what you get with the Suffolk MBA.
Located in downtown Boston, Suffolk connects you to the city’s world-class industries in biotech, finance, healthcare, and high-tech/start-ups. No matter which MBA program you choose, you’ll build practical experience as you work alongside business leaders in those industries nationally or internationally.
The Suffolk MBA has the curriculum employers have been asking for. Powered by real-world experience, the Suffolk MBA is all about building your resume. The program, designed for recent college graduates and working professionals, leverages the University's distinctive downtown location and its deep connections to Boston’s world-class industries. You can take classes in Boston, online, or at the North Campus in Lawrence, Mass.
Suffolk's MBA Online features the same curriculum and faculty as the Boston and North Campus MBA. You’ll participate in group projects and class discussions, just like students who are studying on campus. Your classes will include the latest multimedia and Internet technologies, including video clips, slide shows, threaded discussions, interactive email, and white boards. You’ll also live chat with your professor and classmates for 90 minutes each week.
A dozen different concentrations allow you to focus your Master of Business Administration degree toward the business sector that interests you the most. And best of all, it doesn't require any additional cost or coursework to get your own Suffolk-designed head start on the future.
Business competencies are a must-have for health organizations, including hospitals, community health centers, and large healthcare systems. This specialized MBA degree helps you build the finance, accounting, strategic management, marketing, and information systems skills you need for the healthcare industry.
With this specialized degree, you’ll gain the core business management skills needed to lead nonprofit organizations. You’ll graduate with the financial, operational, information systems, strategic management, and marketing skills to address the unique challenges and opportunities of the nonprofit sector.
The MBA/Graduate Certificate in Accounting (GCA) Program gives you a head start on preparing for the CPA or CMA exam. Graduates from the program go on to become leaders in many areas, such as public accounting, commerce, nonprofit organizations, and government agencies.
Earn your degree faster. If you are a Certified Public Accountant, you may be able to waive some of the MBA courses.
Your JD degree may earn you an accelerated path to your Suffolk MBA degree.
The Suffolk MBA is intended to support your chosen career path in the music industry—whether it's entrepreneurship, marketing, or management—and put you in the job market as quickly as possible.
Combined with a Suffolk MS in Accounting, you can master the unfolding regulatory, financial, and strategic challenges in a global business environment.
As a business executive, specializing in financial management can help you stand out as an effective leader. The expertise you build with an MBA/MSF will enable you to advise businesses based on financial data.
Learn how to handle taxation for corporate strategic planning, mergers and acquisitions, and other business transactions in the global arena.You’ll graduate able to anticipate tax law changes and manage their impact on businesses.
The MBA/JD dual degree is a powerful combination that helps you navigate between two increasingly interdependent fields. In today’s global economy, businesses need leaders who can do more than manage their finances and strategy. They need people who can offer legal and ethical guidance. Accelerated option available.
If you’ve already earned an MBA, you can enhance your expertise or transition into another functional area of corporate sector with the Advanced Professional Certificate in Business (APC).