Black Hills State University (BHSU) is pleased to announce that the College of Business and Natural Sciences offers an MBA in Applied Management! The MBA program at Black Hills State University offers face-to-face classes that are taught at BHSU - Rapid City To pique your interest in this program, let me respond to a few questions in regard to the MBA in Applied Management.
What is the purpose of the BHSU MBA in Applied Management?
The program prepares graduates with a strong foundation, practical administrative skills, and responsive management insights to meet today’s challenges as well as the foresight required to anticipate obstacles and opportunities in the future of economic development.
Who will serve as faculty members in the program?
Full-time academically qualified faculty in the College of Business and Natural Sciences serve as the MBA faculty team. Faculty members possess real world business expertise and business connections vital to developing and teaching innovative courses in the program. As the BHSU MBA faculty members are positioned in West River on a full-time basis, opportunities for effective, frequent interaction builds long-term partnerships to support lifelong learning.
Are there other aspects of the BHSU MBA in Applied Management program you would like to highlight?
As a result of the face-to-face nature of the program, we draw upon the expertise of business persons in the area who serve as guest speakers and mentors. Also, each student is required to complete a Capstone Experience as the culminating event in the degree program. This final culminating experience consists of an internship at the participant’s place of work to apply knowledge acquired and skills developed during the program.
If you are interested in the possibility of enhancing or taking your professional career to a new level, please continue to explore our website as you consider the BHSU MBA in Applied Management. At BHSU, we believe in “transforming lives” and would welcome the opportunity to partner with you in furthering your professional goals!
Barbara Looney, PhD
College of Business & Natural Sciences
Black Hills State University