Ferris State University's MBA program teaches the concepts and processes that have demonstrated their worth in enhancing organizational performance worldwide. This base of knowledge is key in modern business as employees strive to remain vital and competitive in today's global economy.
The goal of the Ferris MBA is translating these competencies and skills into a curriculum that promotes values and processes that contribute to the achievement of organizational objectives. Your learning experience is facilitated by an instructional process that models the concepts, provides the conceptual underpinnings, and promotes real-world application of these concepts.
The Ferris MBA is built around Performance Management concepts, the Balanced Scorecard and the seven criteria of the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award (MBNQA) Criteria for Performance Excellence. Consistent with the MBNQA criteria, the program focuses on leadership, strategic planning, customer and market focus, information and analysis, human resources, process management and business results.
Note: The vast majority of instruction is delivered online. Students are required to attend two Saturday classroom sessions.
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