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Master of Business Administration (MBA)

  • Credits:
    45-54
  • Degree:
    MBA

Program Description

The Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree program at Cambridge College offers a graduate seminar series designed to develop team work and leadership skills. The program provides opportunities to work on real-life business problems in teams with faculty, business mentors, and other adult learners from around the world. In the final capstone project, you’ll develop a business idea and prepare a pitch-deck to present to an investor panel. Specialization areas for the MBA degree are available in Business Analytics, Human Resources Management, Information Technology Management, Marketing, and Non-Profit Management.

Cambridge College MBA Program Highlights

Designed for working professionals, the MBA degree program at Cambridge College gives you the flexibility and support to make your graduate experience a success.  

  • Evening weekend intensive and online classes. Balance work and family time with the help of convenient night weekend intensive and online classes. With an average age of 37, Cambridge College specializes in teaching adult learners.
  • No GMAT required. Start your MBA degree quickly. Cambridge College offers an easy application process and does not require graduate school exams for admission to the MBA program.
  • Experienced faculty. MBA faculty at Cambridge College are experienced business professionals who bring real-world management skills and perspectives to the classroom.
  • Cambridge College Consulting (C3) program. This student-run management consulting firm gives you the opportunity to apply academic knowledge to real-world projects with the guidance of professional management consultants.
  • Diverse students. Cambridge College welcomes over 300 students from more than 50 countries and was recently ranked as one of the most ethnically diverse colleges in America.
  • Convenient locations. All of our classroom locations are close to public transportation and/or offer free parking for students. 
  • Affordable graduate education. Cambridge College is committed to keeping tuition low and to providing an excellent value for the quality of education you receive.

Cambridge College's MBA program was recently recognized in Boston Business Journal's list of "Largest MBA Programs in Massachusetts." Our program ranked at #17 overall!

MBA Program Concentrations

Focus your graduate program study based on your interests and career goals. The MBA program at Cambridge College offers the following specialization options.

  • Business Analytics MBA Concentration.  Learn to manage and use data to improve decision-making and performance. Jobs include financial analyst, sales and marketing analyst, and business operations analyst.
  • Human Resources Management MBA Concentration.  Learn about recruitment, negotiation, training, benefits management, and organizational development. Jobs include HR manager, training and development specialist, employment services manager, and benefits specialist.
  • Information Technology Management MBA Concentration.  Learn information systems, IT principles, and alignment of technology with business needs. Jobs include IT manager and systems analyst.
  • Marketing MBA Concentration.  Learn market analysis and research, marketing planning, digital marketing, and marketing strategy. Jobs include marketing analyst, marketing associate, social media specialist, and marketing manager.
  • Nonprofit Management MBA Concentration.  Learn about budgeting and finance, strategic planning, grant-writing and resource development, and leadership. Jobs include business development associate, fundraising associate, grants administrator, human resources manager, and program director.

MBA Program Learning Outcomes

When you earn your MBA degree at Cambridge College, you’ll graduate with the knowledge and the skills to:

  • Effectively lead diverse teams and organizations.
  • Apply critical thinking and problem-solving skills to business challenges.
  • Analyze financial data and operate strategically within the framework of markets, technology, and resources.
  • Demonstrate cultural competence in diverse organizational settings.

MBA Careers and Salary

Earning your MBA will give you a competitive edge in a dynamic job market. It will open new professional opportunities, and prepare you with leadership and communication skills that will enrich your career. Earning an MBA is also a great way to boost your salary.

MBA graduates typically double their salaries within three years of completing their degree and earn an average salary of $142,000.* (Source: Financial Times)

The MBA is a versatile degree that will open the door to management and leadership positions in business, non-profit, and government organizations. Jobs include:

  • Chief Executive Officer
  • Chief Technology Officer
  • Financial Manager
  • Business Analyst
  • Marketing Manager
  • Human Resources Manager
  • Project Manager
  • Management Consultant
  • Entrepreneur

 

I chose Cambridge College because it offers a true equilibrium in my priorities - flexible programs at a fraction of the cost of other colleges and universities in the area and it allows me the flexibility to work and manage family life while still pursuing a degree. My Cambridge College education has provided me with a number of professional tools to compete in today’s job market. In addition, the College’s professors and staff are devoted to diversity and excellence at all levels.
Franklim Herwing
Class of 2018
Master of Business Administration

Example MBA Courses

These are just a few of the graduate courses you’ll take as an MBA student at Cambridge College:

  • Foundations of Management
  • Statistical Decision Techniques for Managers
  • Project Management Concepts and Practices
  • Graduate Management Capstone Seminar

View the full MBA degree program curriculum.

MBA Scholarships and Financial Aid

Get help with tuition and other expenses. More than 60 percent of our students receive financial aid, making Cambridge College an even greater educational value.

Grants, scholarships, loans and work-study are available to help graduate students with tuition and education costs. Learn more about applying for financial aid at Cambridge College.

Many companies also offer tuition assistance programs that can help to pay for your MBA program. Learn more about getting your company to help.

Related Programs at Cambridge College

If you’re considering an MBA degree, you might also be interested in learning more about these graduate programs at Cambridge College:

Curriculum

MBA specializations are presented following the MBA core courses. If students prefer not to specialize, they choose three courses from available SOM electives in consultation with advisor.


General Prerequisites

Graduate level English language communication and writing skills. Coursework required in first term(s) if writing assessment indicates need (credits do not count towards degree).

Business Communication
MMG 501E 3 credit(s)
This course is focused on the communication, analysis and presentation skills necessary for success in the U.S. and global business environment. Using a variety of materials, including articles from newspapers, videos and podcasts of business topics, and cases, students will develop their reading, listening, critical thinking, and oral and written communication skills. Students will be exposed to issues facing managers in today's environment and gain a better understanding of the cultural assumptions and communication styles of the U.S. business workplace. They will learn the appropriate style of communication for different types of business situations--participating in meetings, interviewing, writing memos or reports and making oral presentations. They will learn to develop clear and persuasive arguments, both orally and in writing. Students may be required to take this course based on results of their initial writing assessments. It does not count as an elective in the Master of Management program.
Graduate Writing
MMG 505 3 credit(s)
This course concentrates on strategies and techniques for building an academic essay. Challenging readings are used to promote the kind of critical thinking and analysis that best support graduate work. Students move from initial ideas, to first drafts, to strategies for revising their papers to achieve a polished product. Through a sequence of three to four progressively longer essays, students come to understand their own writing styles, strengths and difficulties, and become competent evaluators of their own work. By giving attention to the writing process itself and its different phases, students gain awareness of how to achieve their best work. This course is a requirement for students in the MM 55 Program. It may not be taken as an elective.
Foundation Courses
9
Credits

Take in first term(s) or demonstrate competency through prior undergraduate courses with a grade of B or better, and within a certain time limit, from a regionally accredited institution. An assessment to demonstrate competency may be required. If waived, credits required for degree are reduced.

Quantitative Analysis for Managers
MMG 506 3 credit(s)
Students learn to think about and express business problems in quantitative terms. They examine the basics of number theory, arithmetic operations including ratios and proportion, percentages, graphing, and algebraic operations. Students get an introduction to probability theory and statistical analysis. Topics include descriptive statistics, probability distributions, sampling, estimation, hypothesis testing, simple and multiple regression and correlation. Students learn to apply quantitative tools to solve a variety of business problems and create and use quantitative models for real-world problems. Charts and graphs are created using spreadsheet software. This course is a prerequisite to MMG525 Statistical Decision Techniques for Managers.
Accounting for Managers
MMG 514 3 credit(s)
This course provides a broad view of accounting, from the point of view of those who prepare and use financial information. It combines elements of financial and management accounting in order to provide a background for managers to understand how financial analysis can impact their decision making. Students will become familiar with the four major financial statements: the balance sheet, income statement, statement of retained earnings and the statement of cash flows. They will also be given an overview of the firm's operating, financing, and investing activities; and an introduction to product costing, operating budgets, and capital investment decisions.
Economics for Managers
MMG 515 3 credit(s)
The main objective of this course is to provide students with the basic concepts and analytical tools of economics and to apply them so as to understand the workings of a market economy and to increase their effectiveness as managers. After an introduction to the basic economic tools of supply and demand, and the treatment of profit maximization, we will cover the basic concepts of microeconomics for use in business decision making. Throughout the course, we will use economic theory and real world examples to analyze and understand the main issues of microeconomics and macroeconomics as they apply to the business world.
Seminar & Capstone
9
Credits

Take MMG691-693  in sequence with same seminar leader.

 

Graduate Management Orientation Seminar
MMG 500

Provides incoming students with an orientation to the graduate management programs, including an overview of their philosophy and curriculum, and the benefits and rationale of the academic model. Introduces students to the resources of the College such as the learning management system, the online library and academic support services. Students meet with their academic advisor and develop their academic plans.

Leadership Seminar I: Self-Diagnosis and Goal Setting
MMG 691 2 credit(s)
The Leadership Seminar serves as a learning laboratory for students to develop, integrate and demonstrate competencies in personal, professional and academic development. It provides an opportunity for students to test and apply learning in a practical and experiential context and to integrate experience and theory. In the first semester students self-diagnose their academic and managerial skills and develop academic and professional goals and plans. They also develop skills at being effective members of a learning community.
Leadership Seminar II: The Manager as Team Developer and Leader
MMG 692 2 credit(s)
This seminar focuses on the manager as a leader and developer of people and teams. Students develop important cognitive and affective skills: developing people, peer relationships, working with others, and resolving conflict. The seminar also helps the student learn how to leverage the diversity in teams and how utilize team resources effectively.
Leadership Seminar III: the Manager as Strategic Leader
MMG 693 2 credit(s)
Strategic leadership provides the scope and direction to help drive success for the organization. This seminar explores the skills and tools necessary for strategy formulation and execution and the ability to effectively manage change. Managing in an environment of change and uncertainty requires strategic leaders to craft and communicate organizational vision and consistently maintain a sense of direction, while simultaneously building ownership of goals and objectives for action within the units they are responsible for leading. Participants explore how strategic leaders make decisions based on values, invest in innovation, human capital, and create and maintain an effective culture to ensure long-term viability.
Graduate Management Capstone Seminar
MMG 694 3 credit(s)
The Graduate Management Capstone Seminar is designed to support students in designing, implementing, and presenting their capstone project. The capstone provides a culminating opportunity for students to apply and demonstrate the knowledge, skills and behaviors developed during their program through a designed action-learning experience, using the stated program outcomes and competencies as an assessment reference. Students will develop a business report/case analysis that demonstrates and documents their learning. Prerequisites: Students must have completed at least 75% of their total program credits, seminars MMG691-693, as well as specific program core courses detailed in the program charts.
MBA Core Courses
27
Credits
Foundations of Management
MMG 511 3 credit(s)
This course provides an overview of the field of management and establishes a foundation and common vocabulary for future course work. It emphasizes the functions of planning, organizing, directing and controlling. The course assumes students have limited academic knowledge of management theory, and some experience in real world management situations to bring into the classroom. In each session the class explores some aspects of management in theoretical terms and then focuses on application of the theory to the practical problems facing managers.
Organizational Environment
MMG 512 3 credit(s)
This course provides an overview of the external and internal environment of organizations. It helps students understand the resource, market, technological, economic, and socio-political context of the organization, and the impact of multiple stakeholders on its goals and decision-making processes. It examines organizational architecture and dynamics from the structural, human resource, political and symbolic perspectives. The course draws on theories and research on organizations, including topics such as motivation, leadership, and organizational change and development. The intent of the course is to provide students with the theoretical base to better understand organizational behavior, and to equip them with tools to analyze and improve upon their own managerial practice.
Financial Accounting
MMG 520 3 credit(s)
Prerequisite: MMG514 or equivalent. Financial Accounting covers the four basic financial statements and the way they are used by decision makers. Fundamentals and principles of accounting are discussed along with key concepts underlying accounting systems. Students learn the framework of debits and credits used in posting. The course has a focus on interpretation, analysis and communication of financial data. It covers balance sheets, income statements, cash flow statements, statements of retained earnings, and required SEC 10K filings. Students learn dual entry - accrual accounting with a focus on analysis of key ratios derived from financial statements for internal management. Special attention is given to accounting for assets, liabilities and owner’s equity. Additional topics include generally accepted accounting principles (GAP), the Sarbanes-Oxley regulations, and ethics in accounting.
Information Systems in the Organization
MMG 522 3 credit(s)
This course provides an overview of computer information systems. Students will be presented with the core information systems principles, offered an overview of the information systems discipline and will learn about the changing role of the information systems professional. This course will enable students, regardless of their field, to understand and use fundamental information systems principles so that they can function more efficiently and effectively as workers, managers, decision makers and organizational leaders.
Statistical Decision Techniques for Managers
MMG 525 3 credit(s)
Prerequisite: MMG506 Quantitative Analysis for Managers or equivalent. This course provides students with the knowledge and appropriate use of descriptive and inferential statistical techniques used in management decision making and develops their ability to characterize management problems that can be solved by such techniques. Topics include descriptive statistics, probability distributions, sampling, estimation, hypothesis testing, simple and multiple regression and correlation, chi square testing, analysis of variance, and decision theory. spreadsheet and statistical computer programs are used in the class.
Project Management Concepts and Practices
MMG 710 3 credit(s)
In this course, students will learn how to use the concepts, tools and techniques of project management in order to successfully manage system development projects. System development project failures are generally failures of management, not failures of technology. Good management, along with an understanding of the appropriate use of technology, is therefore essential. Students will learn, in particular, how to apply the concepts, tools and techniques of project management in today's dynamic, digital business environment, where projects must be brought to completion under increasingly compressed timeframes and where decisions must be made under conditions of uncertainty.
Financial Management
MMG 725 3 credit(s)
Prerequisite: MMG520. The major goal of the financial manager is to maximize the value of the firm. Accordingly, this course focuses on analysis and interpretation of financial data from the income statement, balance sheet and the statement of cash flows, for decision making. Powerful planning and control tools such as pro forma budgeting and break-even analysis are introduced, as well as the concepts of operational and financial leverage. Students learn how to estimate the amount of cash an organization will need in its operations. One key focus of the course is on capital budgeting, based on the concepts of the time value of money. This includes calculations of future value (FV), present value (PV), net present value (NPV), internal rate of return (IRR) and payback period.
Marketing Management
MMG 733 3 credit(s)
Prerequisite: MMG 511 recommended. This course provides a basic overview of the marketing management process, oriented primarily to the non-marketing specialist. It examines the role of marketing in a variety of organizations - product/service, public/private. It introduces students to the analysis of an organization’s market environment, and the development of marketing programs designed to achieve organizational goals. Topics covered include the analysis of markets, buyers and competition; the identification and selection of target markets; the design of product, pricing, distribution and communication programs appropriate to selected markets; and the planning, implementation and control of the marketing effort. The course emphasizes the practical utility of marketing tools and concepts through the use of case studies and application to the students’ own work environment. The course also attempts to create a heightened awareness of the global interrelationships affecting marketing, and the societal implications of marketing decisions.
Human Resource Management
MMG 740 3 credit(s)
Changes in the social and legal environment, and the workforce, make it increasingly difficult for organizations to manage relations with employees. The Human Resources Manager needs to be able to formulate organization-wide human resource policies which result in competitive strategy, efficiency and effectiveness, and which are consistent with the organization’s culture and environment. The interests of many stakeholders have to be reflected in such policies — employees, unions, communities and government. The course helps students identify and understand Human Resources Management issues, develop skills in diagnosing situations, discuss effective approaches to problems and assess the comparative effects of immediate action and long-term policies.
Business Analytics Specialization
9
Credits

Foundational knowledge of applied data analytics, built on a combination of conceptual understanding of core statistical and computational approaches and techniques, and practical data management, manipulation, analysis and visualization competencies. Focused on translating raw data into decision-guiding knowledge by means of thoughtful and creative use of statistical machine learning and data visualization techniques and tools. Jobs include financial analyst, sales and marketing analyst, business operations analyst.

Foundations of Business Analytics
MMG 625 3 credit(s)

Prerequisites: MMG525 and working knowledge of MS Excel. This course offers an overview of the modern organizational landscape built around data and data analytics. Rooted in the notion of evidence-based management, the course aims to enhance students’ understanding of how successful, data-driven business organizations extract insights to enhance their competitive advantage. Three broad topical areas will be covered: 1. making sense of data, 2. estimation and statistical inference, and 3. learning with data.

Data Exploration and Visualization
MMG 603 3 credit(s)

Prerequisites: MMG525 and working knowledge of MS Excel. This course offers an introduction into applied, basic analyses of data, and visual presentation of data analytic results. Students are introduced to foundational concepts and practices of statistical estimation, sample-based inference, and data/result visualization. The course combines the development of conceptual understanding of core statistical and data management notions, and experiential know-how aimed at acquiring basic data manipulation, analysis and result interpretation skills.

Data-Driven Decision Making
MMG 604 3 credit(s)

Prerequisites: MMG525, MMG625, MMG603, and working knowledge of MS Excel. This course offers students an introduction into the emerging domain of evidence-based practice, with a particular emphasis on the use of data analyses derived insights as a basis of decision-making. Students will explore the basic principles of evidence-based practice in the context of the scope of evidence, and will be introduced to the Empirical & Experiential Evidence Framework.

Human Resources Management
9
Credits

Skills and competencies needed for human resource professionals including recruitment and staffing, negotiation, training and development, benefits management, organizational development. Jobs include HR manager, training and development specialist, employment services manager, benefits specialist.

Choose threee courses:

Managing a Diverse Workforce
MMG 560 3 credit(s)
Current business conditions are surveyed, and participants are introduced to the link between the business agenda and human capital. Since the workforce is critical to the success of the American business agenda, much of this course is dedicated to the development of competencies necessary to manage a diverse workforce. This course is for professionals dealing with issues of differences and diversity in contemporary organizations.
The Manager as Negotiator
MMG 746 3 credit(s)
Effective managers must be able to deal successfully with limited resources, divergent interests of people, and organizational conflict. This course improves skills in negotiation and joint decision-making that students can apply immediately. Emphasis is on integrative bargaining and problem-solving. Students learn the theory and tactics for understanding and diagnosing a conflict, planning for negotiations, and implementing an effective conflict resolution strategy.
Management Training and Development
MMG 744 3 credit(s)
This course will explore many of the tools and techniques that are available to organizations for the use of upgrading staff. Some of those tools and techniques will include needs assessment, alternative methodologies for presenting material and evaluation techniques. Students will develop a total system for training and development within their organization or sub-unit. The course is aimed at corporate training staffs and human resource managers. The focus will be on actual situations and case analyses.
Organization Development and Change Management
MMG 755 3 credit(s)
Prerequisitie: MMG512. The theory and practice of organization development are introduced. Skills are developed in identifying how organizational systems operate together, including organization culture, leadership, structure, human resources, rewards, and technology. Students learn how to make effective change through dealing with an organization as a whole. Strategies are developed to help organizations adapt to new technologies, markets, and challenges, including the rate of change itself. Case studies and simulations are used throughout the class work.
Information Technology Management Specialization
9
Credits

Core information systems and IT principles; application and alignment of technology with business needs. Jobs include IT manager, systems analyst.

MMG717 required
Chose one: MMG700, MMG714, or MMG795
MMG715 required last course in specialization

Management of Information Technology
MMG 715 3 credit(s)
Prerequisite: MMG 522. This course provides an understanding of how information technology may be efficiently and effectively used in the business environment. Students get an overview of hardware, software, file/database concepts, systems analysis and design methodologies. The complex integration of hardware, software, data, procedures and personnel that is required for managing information systems is addressed. The impact of constantly changing information technology upon the organization and the management of the firm is discussed.
Systems Analysis & Design
MMG 717 3 credit(s)
Prerequisite: MMG522. Systems analysis and design is a critical competency for information technology. This course focuses on techniques for designing information systems more effectively and efficiently, by linking the information system, business mission and purpose and technology. Students learn the core skills required by systems analysts: from gathering requirements and modeling business needs, to creating blueprints for how the system should be built and implemented in a particular organization. The course provides a concise, yet informative theory of the systems development life cycle, and touches on project management, infrastructure management, system development and system implementation with examples from a variety of industries.
IT Service Management
MMG 700 3 credit(s)

Prerequisite: MMG522. In an age of cloud computing, on-demand services, virtualization, mobile devices, outsourcing and rapidly changing business delivery strategies, the role of IT is moving toward a focus on service integration. This course provides an introduction to the concepts, tools and techniques of IT service management. Students will lean how to define and build a comprehensive IT service management solution that incorporates process, technology, organization and governance and become familiar with standard frameworks that provide industry best practices for aligning IT with business needs.

Data Management
MMG 714 3 credit(s)

Prerequisites: MMG522, working knowledge of MS Excel. Today most enterprises rely heavily on data and technology to make strategic decisions to keep their organizations competitive, profitable and innovative. The technological revolution has ushered in the era of big data and as a result, the field of data management has grown exponentially. This course offers the student the fundamentals of data management and helps prepare the interested student for future certification and professional development in the field.

Advanced Project Management
MMG 795A 3 credit(s)
The objective of this class is two-fold: 1) first, to build on the basic project management of MMG710 with advanced concepts such as earned value, agile, vendor management, etc. b) second, to prepare students for the CAPM and/or PMP exams. Each week, students will study one chapter of the MPBOK® Guide and complete CertWise online material for the chapter before class. By the end of the course, students will have written a project charter, created an MS project plan, and written selected sections of a project management plan, in addition to study and exercises for the CAPM/PMP exam. Prerequisite: Completion of MMG710 Project Management Concepts & Practices or equivalent or 1+ years experience managing projects. Please note: Although this class will help students prepare for the CAPM or PMP exam, it does not guarantee that students will pass the test.
Marketing Specialization
9
Credits

Market analysis and research, marketing planning, digital marketing, marketing strategy. Jobs include marketing analyst, marketing associate, social media specialist, marketing manager.

MMG737 Marketing Strategy is required last course in specialization.

Research Methods for Managers
MMG 517 3 credit(s)
This course helps students understand the role of research in the management decision making process and in the development of business plans and strategies. It helps students become familiar with the research process and with a variety of business research tools and techniques. Students learn how to define a problem and write good research questions, determine what tools and techniques are appropriate for different kinds of problems, find information sources and assess their reliability, and critically analyze information. They also learn how to present the results of research in appropriate output formats. This course helps students with their independent learning projects.
Digital Marketing
MMG 736 3 credit(s)

Prerequisite: MMG733. For a business to succeed in today’s digital world, it is important to have a strong digital footprint. The course will assist the students to identify and understand the elements of digital marketing and how to create, implement and evaluate a digital marketing strategy. Students acquire the knowledge to build and actively manage digital marketing campaigns across social media, website and mobile platforms and track results of digital advertising through analytic tools.

Marketing Strategy
MMG 737 3 credit(s)

(Prerequisites: Marketing Management and MMG517). This course focuses on business level marketing strategy and uses the marketing planning process as the framework for understanding the integration and coordination of marketing decisions. Students will apply strategic marketing concenpts to a real-life business case study. They will work in teams, under faculty supervision, on a marketikng strategy consulting project. They will analyze the company issues and/or opportunity, gather information, and develop recommendations for action.

Non-Profit Management Specialization
9
Credits

Budgeting and finance, strategic planning, grant-writing and resource development, leadership. Jobs include business development associate, fundraising associate, grants administrator, human resources manager, program director.

Choose MMG 750 or 770

MMG760 is required last course in specialization.

Budgeting and Finance for Nonprofit and Public Organizations
MMG 727 3 credit(s)
Pre-requisite: MMG 514 or equivalent. This course provides an introduction to the basic financial accounting systems used in nonprofit and public organizations. It also focuses on how to use the financial and program data to effectively analyze the costs associated with programs and services provided by the organization. The final area to be covered will be budget preparation and monitoring. The politics of the budgeting process will be examined. By the conclusion of the course the student will be able to effectively participate in the financial decision-making within his or her organization.
Grant Writing and ResourceDevelopment
MMG 770 3 credit(s)
This course covers the preparation of proposals to state, federal and local agencies, corporations and private foundations. Students will learn how to prepare successful, competitive grant proposals and realistic, effective project-based budgets. The course will take students step-by-step through each stage of the proposal presentation process from research techniques to polishing the finished product. Best practices in funding research, planning and presentation will be covered. By the end of the course, students will have a prorotype suitable for submission to a funder.
Business, Government and Ethics
MMG 750 3 credit(s)
Prerequisite: MMG511, MMG512. This course explores the ethical environment of business and the ongoing relationship between business, government and society. Topics include the development of government regulations and the impact of regulations and likely future developments with an emphasis on ethical considerations.
Strategic Planning for NonProfit Organizations
MMG 760 3 credit(s)

This course is structured as a live case study. Students will learn through lectures the skills necessary to collect, analyze, and develop recommendations to support a nonprofit organization’s strategic plan. Working in cross-functional teams, students will work with a real-life client and be responsible to prepare their strategic plan over the semester. Topics include: aligning mission, vision and values, performing an environmental scan, analyzing financial statements, building an organizational capacity plan, and improving leadership throughout the organization.

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Admissions

  • Admission Test:

    No standardized graduate school tests required.

  • Admissions Office:
    1-800-829-4723
  • Application Form:
  • Application Fee:
    $50, nonrefundable ($100 for international students)

School Requirements

See Admissions Requirements for the School of Management

 

State Health Requirements

The Massachusetts Health Department and Cambridge College require the following of students in Massachusetts:

Immunizations – All students in Massachusetts are required to get certain immunizations before you can register for your first term. See form

Health Insurance – In Massachusetts, undergraduate students taking nine or more credits/term and graduate students taking six or more credits/term must enroll in the College’s health insurance plan. Students who have insurance with comparable coverage may request a waiver. See information and enroll or waive.

International Students 

International students are accepted at Massachusetts location only, and need to provide supplemental documentation:

  • Official demonstration of English language proficiency
  • Supplemental documentation for issuance of I-20
  • International transcripts, evaluated by an accepted evaluation service

Transfer Credit 

Graduate program applicants, please complete the transfer credit request form if you wish to have prior course work evaluated for transfer. Learn more.

Tuition

  • Credits:
    45-54
  • Cost per credit hour:
    $658
  • Application Fee:
    $50, nonrefundable ($100 for international students)
  • Health Insurance Fee:
    $3,308 - Required for Massachusetts students only. See waiver details on Tuition & Fees page.

Note: Rates are as of July 2019, and are subject to change without notice. Rates apply to all students, unless otherwise noted.

Financial Aid

Cambridge College offers financial aid to students in our degree programs who are enrolled at least half time. Undergraduate students must be enrolled in at least 6 credits each term. Graduate and doctoral students must be enrolled in at least 4 credits each term. Learn more

Grants, Scholarships and Loans

Cambridge College welcomes the opportunity to support your efforts to pay for college.  Federal, state and local resources in the form of grants, scholarships, loans and work-study, including Cambridge College Scholarships, are available to help defray the cost of tuition. Learn more

Getting Your Company to Help

Many companies have tuition assistance programs, designed to help their employees with their professional development. Learn more

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