University of Delaware's MBA Gets a Redesign

New majors to include healthcare management and strategic leadership

The University of Delaware’s Alfred Lerner College of Business and Economics has launched new majors for its MBA program.

The new majors include: business analytics, entrepreneurial studies, finance, health care management and strategic leadership.

Lerner has also added new concentrations in health care, business analytics and strategic leadership.

After completing the core subjects, students can choose a major, or choose one or more concentrations. They also have the option to stay broad, selecting from a range of electives from across the University.

For more information about the University of Delaware's MBA program, visit their MBA website.


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