Students can earn a Master of Business Administration at Fuqua following a number of formats – Daytime, Weekend, Cross Continent, and Globally. All are rigorous programs tailored to meet your specific needs, which are driven by your career goals.
The Master of Management Studies (MMS) in Foundations of Business is a 10-month program for students without prior business training or experience. It is ideal for students from other disciplines who want a solid, entry-level foundation of business principles to complement prior education and help them achieve career goals.
As information technology (IT) becomes ever more critical to the delivery of quality health care and research, so does the expertise required to manage the many IT challenges facing health organizations worldwide. To meet the demand for informaticists and IT-conversant health professionals, The Fuqua School of Business, in partnership with the new Duke Center for Health Informatics, has introduced the Master of Management in Clinical Informatics (MMCi) program.
The Advanced Management Program and Duke Leadership Program face issues that have derailed careers and companies: the environment, poverty, activism, increasing regulation, sharp demographic shifts, globalization and anti-globalization, and more.
Cross Continent, Global, and Weekend MBAs
In all three programs, a student with a deep interest in marketing is able to take appropriate elective courses and then complete a concentration. This is new to Executive MBA Programs at Fuqua and a significant option for students interested in this area.
The Cross Continent and Weekend programs both have the built-in option (no additional fee) for completing a concentration in marketing. The Global program has the option for students to pay an additional fee ($2,000 per course, plus expenses) to attend elective courses and then complete the concentration in marketing.
Each program is aimed at different constituencies, and overall, are distinct.