The MBA program at the King Graduate School aims to help students develop the competencies that corporate executives possess in leading and managing in a complex, competitive environment. This program is offered on campus and online. The King Graduate School offers six different paths towards the MBA degree. Students get to choose from General MBA, Concentration in Finance, Concentration in Entrepreneurship, Concentration in Marketing, Concentration in Healthcare Management, Concentration in Human Resources, and Concentration in Information Technology.
The Criminal Justice System is organized into three major components: law enforcement, courts, and corrections. Within each component are a variety of positions that offer a wide range of both traditional and non-traditional career opportunities. These career opportunities include, but are not limited to, law enforcement agencies, counseling and social services or human services agencies, court management and administration units, Probation and Parole, and Specialized Security Organizations. The system, its subdivisions, and many of its employment opportunities exist, in part or whole, in the different levels of government: federal, state, county, and local. Students are introduced to law enforcement and social sciences as they apply to the field of criminal justice. Graduates of these degree programs are prepared with the knowledge, skills and work habits required for the field of criminal justice. The Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice provides students entering or currently working in the field with the competencies and credentials necessary for career advancement and the skills needed to obtain supervisory, development, and management positions. Additionally, this degree program provides excellent preparation for graduate and professional studies in criminal justice and its related fields.
The demand for innovative and decisive leadership in business and accounting runs high. The Monroe College School of Business and Accounting, invests in tomorrow’s leaders by providing students with a curriculum that will drive personal and professional growth, empowering them for careers in accounting and business management. The Bachelor degree program in Accounting provides students with the knowledge and skills in preparation for a career in corporate accounting and/or the foundation for an MBA degree. Students are required to take courses in mathematics and business as well as comprehensive liberal arts courses for perspectives on the humanities, natural sciences and social sciences.