The Rutgers–Camden MBA has several concentrations that allow you to focus on a specialty that customizes your education to fit your career goals. Although concentrations are not required, choosing one will allow you to demonstrate specialized knowledge of a particular business function or industry, based on your career direction.
- Entrepreneurship enables you to develop skills to launch a new business, convert an idea into reality, be involved in the total operation of a business (from concept to creation), develop a venture in an established firm, or become a consultant to bring about change in firms. This concentration encourages you to generate new sources of enterprise, come up with innovative business ideas, and create new jobs.
- Finance provides solid theoretical and practical knowledge of domestic and international finance in the areas of corporate finance, financial derivatives, investments, portfolio management, financial markets, and institutions. This concentration provides preparation for positions in corporations, financial institutions, brokerage houses, and investment banks.
- International Business/Operations Management prepares you to lead and understand the global environment and how it affects your organization. The MBA with a concentration in International Business/Operations Management combines the technical aspects of operating systems with the practical aspects of the contemporary business environment.
- Management provides training in analyzing problems, making decisions, delegating assignments, training and supervising employees, budgeting, and coordinating, as well as the tools needed by top-management leaders. You can choose from electives in Management, Human Resource Management, Ecommerce and Information Technology, Operations Management, and Entrepreneurship.
- Marketing provides knowledge to help firms create value for customers. This concentration involves understanding customer needs and desires, developing unique and superior products and services, and developing and communicating compelling brand messages. Marketing courses help you develop skills in strategic, conceptual and analytical thinking. Career paths for this concentration include brand management, market research, retail management, and professional sales.