CBA Academic Programs
The College of Business Administration offers various academic degree programs for students who wish to pursue a professional education in business and related disciplines.
All classes are held on the McNichols Campus and are available during the day, as well as in an evening and weekend format.
- 5-Year BSBA/MBA Program
- Accounting (BS)
- Business Administration (BS)
- Minor in Business Administration
- Minor in Business Law
- Graduate Programs
Master of Business Administration (MBA)
- MBA with Graduate Certificate in Health Services Administration Management
- Joint MBA/MHSA
- Joint JD-MBA
- Joint MBA/MSCIS
- Business Fundamentals Certificate
- Business Turnaround Management Certificate
- Finance Certificate
- Ethical Leadership and Change Management Certificate
- Forensic Accounting Certificate
Applicants to the College of Business Administration who score 30 or higher on the ACT, have a high school GPA of 3.5 or higher, and demonstrate significant community service or leadership are eligible for our renewable Commerce Scholarship, worth $25,000 per year. Commerce Scholarship recipients are also eligible for our 5-year BS/MBA program. A resume is required and an on-campus interview is strongly recommended.
If you scored 600 or better on the Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT), you qualify for a half-tuition scholarship for the MBA program at the University of Detroit Mercy. Please contact Carrol Parris, email@example.com (313) 993-1203, for more information.
Goals and Objectives of Undergraduate Study
Goal 1: Graduates of the undergraduate business program will be able to articulate their values and make ethical decisions.
Objective 1: Demonstrate a knowledge of basic ethical norms and the ability to apply them.
Objective 2: Recognize the ethical and socially responsible relationships that businesses have with their stakeholders.
Goal 2: Graduates of the undergraduate business program will communicate effectively orally and in writing.
Objective 1: Demonstrate that she or he can give a successful individual oral presentation.
Objective 2: Demonstrate that she or he can write effectively.
Goal 3: Graduates of the undergraduate business program will demonstrate awareness of the global environment.
Objective 1: Demonstrate an understanding of major global factors.
Objective 2: Demonstrate an understanding of the global value chain in the creation and delivery of goods and services.
Goal 4: Graduates of the undergraduate business program will demonstrate leadership and work effectively in group settings.
Objective 1: Demonstrate leadership potential.
Objective 2: Demonstrate the ability to work effectively in teams.
Goal 5: Graduates of the undergraduate business program will think critically in the functional areas of business.
Objective 1: Show that she or he can apply the basic principles of business.
Objective 2: Show that she or he can apply the basic principles of business to solve problems.
Goals and Objectives of Graduate Study
Goal 1: A graduate of the MBA program will be able to use an ethical and social responsibility perspective when making decisions.
Objective 1: Identify socially responsible relationships that organizations have with their stakeholders.
Obejctive 2: Show that she or he can know the language and tools for ethical analysis and be able to apply them.
Obejctive 3: Balance shareholder and other stakeholder values.
Goal 2: A graduate of the MBA program will think critically in problem-solving and decision making.
Objective 1: Show that she or he can apply the principles of business. (Problem-Solving)
Objective 2: Identify and recommend best decision practices among appropriate options; delineate and select ethical options from stakeholder values.
Goal 3: A graduate of the MBA program will be prepared to lead in various organizational contexts.
Obejctive 1: Identify and apply a theory of motivation.
Obejctive 2: Affect team performance.
Objective 3a: Comprehend processes of continuity and change.
Objective 3b: Comprehend processes of creativity and innovation.
Objective 4a: Demonstrate that she or he can write effectively.
Objective 4b: Demonstrate that she or he can give a successful individual or team oral presentation.
Goal 4: Global Vantage Point – A graduate of the MBA will include a global perspective when making decisions.
Objective 1: Comprehend the challenges of doing business across geographic boundaries.
Objective 2: Comprehend culture plus appreciate and respect global culture and values.