MBA (US Degree)
Why choose management?
The MBA program is designed to provide students with an advanced understanding of fundamental business concepts and practical leadership skills. The respective degree specializations will qualify graduates to advance to a management position, utilize organizational and leadership skills to improve business processes and provide innovative solutions, manage healthcare systems or organizations, plan a career in international trade or international ventures, start new organizations or revitalize mature organizations, or pursue a career in residential real estate sales.
Today's service-oriented economy presents both opportunities and challenges in the business domain. Business managers are faced with a formidable array of new products, emerging markets, international partnerships and mergers, and developing technologies. The Master of Business Administration program provides a broad view of the functional areas business managers need, including corporate finance, economics, strategic planning, marketing, and accounting.
The Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree with a specialization in general management prepares learners to manage business, organizational, and cultural initiatives within our increasingly complex global business environment. Through its innovative, interdisciplinary curriculum, this practitioner-oriented degree offers both novice and seasoned managers a comprehensive business education built on proven adult learning principles. The program integrates key foundational theories, models, and best practices from diverse disciplines - including anthropology, psychology, and sociology - to enable learners to develop global perspectives and practical knowledge for managing people and productivity in global environments.
Course of study
The Master of Business Administration is a 42-credit program that is normally completed within three semesters and one summer school session. Full-time students take four 3-credit courses each semester, for a total of 12 credits per semester.
Students can pursue the MBA degree in Management with one of the following eight specializations: Entrepreneurship, General Management, Healthcare Management, Human Resource Management, International Business Finance, Organizational Development, Organizational Leadership, and Residential Real Estate Entrepreneurship. The sequence begins with basic courses that provide general knowledge of business and management, followed by advanced courses focused on the chosen specialization.
Applicants should hold an American Bachelor’s degree or equivalent with a minimum of 3 years study. They should have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0, and their transcripts should show successful completion of the following nine prerequisite undergraduate courses: principles of accounting I and II, finance, management, marketing, microeconomics, macroeconomics, statistics, and computer literacy in business applications.
If applicants have not completed the above prerequisite undergraduate courses, hold a bachelor’s degree unrelated to business, or have a low cumulative GPA they may be required to complete our MBA preparatory course prior to beginning their MBA studies. The preparatory course is offered at an additional expense to the main MBA program.
Teaching in the MBA program at Touro College Berlin is conducted exclusively in English. Prospective students must demonstrate a command of English sufficient to succeed in an American academic environment. All students whose native language is not English and who did not complete their Bachelor’s at a college or university where the primary language of instruction was English must submit an IELTS or TOEFL score from within the past two years.
There is no minimum professional experience required, but relevant/extended/interesting professional experience is taken into consideration. Especially for those applicants who have not completed a business degree.
Click here for detailed instructions on how to apply to Touro’s MBA program.
Tuition & Fees
Tuition is due upon registration, before the semester begins. Part-time studies are possible, and costs will be adjusted depending on the number of courses taken.
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