The Fisher College MBA program
The MBA program at Fisher consists of two areas:
1. 10 core courses
2. The focus requirement of 3 courses.
You can choose the general degree or add a focus in Accounting or Sport Administration
The Fisher College MBA degree, with a focus in Accounting, provides students with the knowledge necessary to succeed in financial management positions in industry, public accounting and not-for-profit organizations.
The program will provide key insight to areas tested in the Unified Certified Public Accountant exam.
Upon successful completion, students who earn a minimum 21 credit hours in accounting at the undergraduate level, plus a combined total of 24 credit hours at either the graduate or undergraduate level in business related courses, will fulfill the education requirement for licensure as a Certified Public Accountant in Massachusetts.
The Fisher College MBA in Sport Administration leverages the foundational business administration knowledge and professional skills students have gained in their courses to examine current trends and opportunities for success in the sport industry.
Students who pursue the MBA in Sport Administration gain specialized knowledge of the strategies and tools utilized by sport professionals to effectively sell, manage venues, and build brands in the sport industry.
The School of Management and Communications at Fisher College has received specialized accreditation for its business programs through the International Accreditation Council for Business Education (IACBE).