The Lakeland University master of business administration (MBA) degree courses are tailored to fit the schedules of both working professionals as well as traditional students, so students can complete their degree at a pace that fits their careers and personal schedules.
A Lakeland MBA opens doors to tremendous opportunity. As a Lakeland graduate, you can expect to move forward in your career goals.
Our MBA provides a broad-based professional education consisting of coursework that integrates research, case studies, technology and other learning processes. Objectives include an understanding of business and economic problems, and the development of managerial skills to address these problems in the context of an ethical and global workplace.
Lakeland offers a traditional MBA degree, as well as ten concentrations:
Accounting | Finance | DEIB | Healthcare Management
Hospitality Management | Human Resource Management
Nonprofit Leadership | Project Management | Sport Leadership
Student Designed | Supply Chain Management
Lakeland’s MBA program invites students to design their own concentration. This approach allows Lakeland students to pursue subjects or projects that fit their current or future career path, and it’s unique to Lakeland.
By combining current MBA elective courses and special studies opportunities, leveraging current work or training opportunities or even pursuing courses offered elsewhere, Lakeland MBA students work with faculty to create coursework that matches their unique needs.
Business trip next week? Kids’ soccer tournament? Need to stay late to finish a project? Life has a way of altering “normal” weekly routines and interfering with regularly scheduled class times.
Lakeland University's BlendEd format lets students choose their learning options each and every week. Students can attend in-person, online, or remotely. Using your laptop, phone, or tablet, you can participate in a live class - following the instructor’s presentation and using live audio and/or chatroom to answer or ask questions, and be part of the real-time classroom dynamic.