MBA Specializations

Custom fit your MBA.

Your MBA program should cultivate every unique aspect of your education and career. At Lerner, you customize your degree by choosing courses that serve your career goals – whether that’s a general or a specialized MBA.

"I found the Lerner MBA [to be] a perfect combination of improving one’s knowledge of business management as well as ensuring skill development and personal growth."

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How it Works

An MBA specialization offers a focus in one area of business. MBA concentrations equip students with foundational knowledge and skills, while MBA majors provide more in-depth study.

  1. After you’re accepted into the program, our team of advisors will help you choose the specialization that’s right for you.
  2. Complete the business core courses and professional development seminars
  3. Choose a specialization option:
    • General management – Select all 5 of your elective courses
    • Major – 5 prescribed courses in one area of specialization
    • Concentration – 3 prescribed courses in one area of specialization + 2 courses you choose
    • Major and concentration*
    • Double major*
    • Double concentration*

*These options require additional credits.

MBA Specializations:
Majors & Concentrations

Major Concentration In person Online
Accounting Yes
Business analytics
Entrepreneurship and Innovation
Finance ✔*
Healthcare management
Hospitality business management
Information technology
International business
Strategic leadership

*Finance major available on-campus only


Questions About the MBA?
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