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Master of science in business

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Program Overview

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Albright College’s Master of Science in Business program is an affordable and flexible program designed to fit your needs. This prestigious, accelerated degree will help you meet your career goals and aspirations by choosing two concentrations. Pursuing this advanced degree at a fraction of the cost of most master’s programs, is an opportunity you don’t want to miss. Your total tuition price for the entire degree is only $14,800. Begin your journey with a top national Liberal Arts College (U.S. News & World Report, 2022) today!

About Albright College

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As the oldest institution of higher learning in Berks County, Albright has a long history of helping generations of students become strong, curious, and creative leaders. Since 1856, students have discovered their talents, explored their interests, and embraced their creativity here at Albright. In 2021, Albright College was named a Top National and Northeast College in the Wall Street Journal by Times Higher Education.

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State of the art curriculum

Our graduate curriculum is designed to give Albright students the knowledge needed to successfully navigate a career in business. Choosing two concentrations allows our students to develop additional expertise in the areas that are most relevant to their career goals and aspirations.

Choose two concentrations

In addition to taking the Strategy and Innovation core, you’ll select two of the following concentrations:

Accounting Hone your accounting skills to contribute to your organization’s financial success. And, help further prepare for the CPA exam.
  • MSB 630 – Strategic Cost Accounting
  • MBS 631 – Accounting Information Systems

Select one of the following:

  • MSB 632 – The Federal Tax
  • MSB 633 – Forensic Accounting/Fraud
  • MSB 634 – Corporate Governance and Ethics/ Professional Responsibilities
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Data analytics Learn how organizations utilize data for decision-making and become proficient with data visualization, predictive modeling, and other methods of business analytics.
  • MSB 640 – Data Visualization
  • MSB 641 – Business Analytics
  • MSB 642 – Statistical Modeling
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Digital marketing Prepare to develop and manage an effective digital marketing strategy to reach target markets and meet business objectives.
  • MSB 670 – Digital Marketing
  • MSB 671 – Marketing Analytics
  • MSB 672 – Integrated Content Strategy
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Inclusive & ethical leadership Refine sought-after “power skills” to lead others, foster an inclusive work environment, and promote ethics and integrity.
  • MAP 601 – Positive Psychology, Health, and Wellness
  • MAP 609 – Psychological Diversity
  • MAP 610 – Professional Seminar: Ethics and Standards of Practice
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Self-designed Allows students to propose a (personalized) concentration area.
  • MSB 601 – Positive Psychology, Health, and Wellness
  • MSB 609 – Psychological Diversity
  • MSB 610 – Professional Seminar: Ethics and Standards of Practice
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Named a top US college for 17 measures of academic quality. (U.S. News and World Report)


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21st century business education

When MBA programs were first introduced, they were designed to provide technically-trained engineers with an overview of all business areas. While the degree quickly gained prestige, recent employer surveys indicate that want to hire talent that can demonstrate depth in multiple business areas.

  • Skills to manage projects and lead with innovation
  • Depth in at least two business areas
  • Global exposure and “power skills” (in coaching others, DEI initiatives, and ethical leadership)
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Admission requirements

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  • A bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university
  • At least one 3-credit course in each of the following: Economics, Accounting, Statistics, and Management or Marketing.
  • A minimum GPA of a 3.0 on a 4.0 scale is required for full acceptance. Provisional acceptance for applicants with lower GPAs.
  • A statement of career interest and goals indicating reasons for pursuing this degree (500 words or less)
  • 2 letters of recommendation from individuals experienced with the applicants professional or academic background.

* Please speak with your Admission Counselor if you do not meet the admission requirements.

Oxford fellowship

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Creativity & innovation in Oxford

As a partnership with St Stephen’s House, the Permanent Private Hall of the University of Oxford, this week-long fellowship is a unique opportunity to learn from some of the leading innovators of today as you explore how creativity and innovation—through multidisciplinary lenses—are used to envision and implement solutions to problems. The immersion in all aspects of Oxford residential life is a unique global learning experience that, aside from regular graduate tuition (of $1,480 for a 3-credit class) and airfare, includes no additional costs for students

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Aside from Albright and Oxford faculty, Executives-in-Residence form a key component of the experience. They are available in formal and informal settings to help you learn and grow both personally and professionally. Our past Executives-in-Residence include:

  • Julia Klein, Chairwoman & CEO of C.H. Briggs and Board Director of The Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
  • Eileen Habelow, Ph.D., President of Leadership-Link and Founder of Leadership-Link Learning
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Can I transfer classes?

Yes! You may transfer in a maximum of six credits.

How much does it cost?

The price per course is $1,480 with no additional fees. Books are not included in this price.

How many courses do I need to take? How long does this take?

The complete master’s in business program is 10 courses in duration. Each class is offered online and lasts five weeks.

When can I start?

There are eight opportunities throughout the year to begin this master’s program in the School of Professional Studies – three in the fall, three in the spring and two in the summer.

Is it possible to enroll in two graduate programs?

Yes. Some of our students combine two graduate programs and earn two degrees. For example, you can combine Business with Athletic Leadership, Education, or Applied Psychology.

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