MBA: General Management Concentration
MBA with General Management Concentration
By focusing on fundamental economic principles and general management competencies such as managing conflict and managerial communication, Keller's MBA program with a General Management concentration is designed to introduce students to new strategies to enhance their business knowledge and skills. Our General Management concentration, one of 17 concentrations in our MBA program, also allows you to customize your coursework to reflect your general management interests.
Our graduate-level general management courses address a range of important business topics and skills including decision-making, establishing evaluation criteria, determining trade-offs, and estimating probabilities and risk. Emphasizing communication competencies, general management coursework is designed to help you gain a competitive advantage, whether you choose to work within an established business environment or an entrepreneurial setting.
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All students enrolled in site-based programs will be required to take some coursework online and, for some programs and locations, a substantial portion of the program may be required to be completed online.
"My Keller degree helps me think outside the box. It's opened up my network."
- Freddy Flores, Keller Alumnus
Total program length for the MBA program with a General Management concentration varies based on the number of courses taken per 8-week session. By successfully completing just one course per session, you could complete your degree program in as few as 32 months.
Total credit hours: 48
Required program: 30
General Management concentration: 12
On Campus and Online
Keller Graduate School of Management offers the flexibility to complete your graduate program both on campus and online, depending on where you live. Our hybrid approach lets you register for both online and on campus courses. This flexibility allows students to balance work and life while preparing for the future. Program and course availability varies by location.