Campus News 2011
For Immediate Release
March 8, 2011
Schreiner’s MBA program will expand graduates’ career prospects and strengthen Hill Country businesses
KERRVILLE—This fall Schreiner University will begin offering classes for its newest master’s degree, a Master of Business Administration (MBA). The program, designed to strengthen candidates’ business competencies and advance business careers, was approved recently by the university’s board of trustees.
The Schreiner M.B.A.’s convenient hybrid format is intended to satisfy the needs of working professionals by offering evening, weekend, and eLearning classes. Students may be admitted to the MBA program throughout the year and applications are processed when received. Students may begin graduate studies in the fall or spring semesters.
According to Schreiner associate professor of business, Dr. Charles Torti, the MBA program involves rigorous problem solving assignments, extensive business writing, professional presentations, field research, computer literacy, business simulations, and team projects that focus on contemporary business issues. The team projects are designed to enhance the MBA student’s leadership abilities and networking.
This fall, the program’s classes are: Accounting for Decision-Making; Global Economics and Strategic Management.
Next spring’s classes are: Management Statistics, Borderless Marketing and Business Integrity.
Fall 2012 classes are: Quantitative Decision-Making, Leadership & Team Building, and Managing Information Systems.
Spring 2013 classes are Leadership Communication, Advanced Organizational Behavior and Management Research in Business.
For more information about Schreiner’s MBA program, please contact Dr. Torti at 830-895-7100 or visit the website.
Schreiner University is a liberal arts college in Kerrville, Texas, related to the Presbyterian Church (USA) and known for its teaching-oriented faculty who put their students’ success as their first priority.