We believe communication is the key for success in business and a core skill for leaders. The Master of Business Communication program will sharpen your ability to identify and solve organizational issues, enhance team performance, and cultivate your leadership skills, while ensuring you emerge as an effective, compelling communicator. This degree integrates business theory, practice and communication in a unique curriculum design to help you achieve your career goals.
Additionally, the accounting concentration of the MSBC provides you with a clear path to becoming a CPA. The concentration in accounting is designed for accounting professionals and recent college graduates who need additional coursework in accounting and business in order to be eligible to take the Uniform Certified Public Accounting Exam (CPA). The concentration courses will fully immerse you in those topics that you are likely to see on the CPA exam and are taught by a combination of online Becker instructors and Spalding University accountancy faculty. Download this flyer to learn more.
Courses are taught by both tenured professors in communication and business and by senior executives from leading organizations in the community who have earned doctorates in their field.
The curriculum is comprised of nine required courses (27 credit hours) and two elective courses (6 credit hours) in your chosen area of concentration for a total of 33 credit hours.
Courses are offered in our unique, six-week session format. Furthermore, classes are offered one night per week for four hours. The schedule is designed for working professionals who may complete the degree in as little as 12 months.
The program is also available online. This allows you the flexibility to complete your degree without commuting to campus or attending class. Online courses are offered at the same tuition rate as seated course.
The Master’s in Business Communication program is an innovative blending of theory with real-world applications to ensure our graduates possess the advanced business and communication skills necessary to perform at the highest level in their organizations.
For more information please contact the Director of the Master’s in Business Communication Program, Dr. Robin Hinkle, at (502) 873-4244 or (502) 585-7120 or firstname.lastname@example.org.