MBA: General Management Concentration

Freddy Flores, Keller Alumnus

“My Keller degree helps me think outside the box. It's opened up my network.”

- Freddy Flores, Keller Alumnus

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    MBA in General Management

    By focusing on fundamental economic principles and general management competencies such as managing conflict and managerial communication, Keller's MBA in General Management can introduce students to new strategies for success in business. As one of our 19 concentrations, our General Management concentration also allows you to customize your coursework to reflect your general management interests.

    At Keller our faculty are also industry leaders who understand the realities of the managerial process. For this reason, our general management courses address a range of essential topics, including decision-making, establishing evaluation criteria, determining trade-offs and estimating probabilities and risk. By emphasizing communication competencies, our general management courses are designed to help you gain a competitive advantage, whether you choose to work within an established business environment or an entrepreneurial setting.

    Want to know more about how you can earn your MBA in General Management from Keller? Request information and a member of our team can help answer your questions.

    Program Availability

    Learn on campus, online or a mix of both
    At Keller, we've integrated on campus and online learning so you can attend any of our 75+ campus locations, take your graduate classes online or do a combination of both.


What's a concentration?

Some master's degree programs at Keller (including our MBA degree program) allow you to further focus your degree by taking elective courses in a specific subject area, often applicable to one or several career fields. This area is called a "concentration."

What's the difference between a Master of Business Administration (MBA), a Specialized Master's Degree and a Graduate Certificate?

These offerings are all graduate-level areas of study, but the main differences are the coursework and required number of credits that you'll need to take. Depending on your career interests and goals, one area of study may be best for you. To find out more about our offerings, contact a member of our team.

What's the average total number of credit hours required for a program?

The total number of credit hours that you'll be required to take varies by program, and our courses average three-semester-credit hours. Our MBA program requires 16 courses, our Specialized Master's Degree Programs require 13 - 15 courses and our Graduate Certificates require 7 - 9 courses.

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