The Brennan School of Business at Dominican University in Chicago offers a unique assortment of MBA and dual-degree options developed to suit both online and on-campus formats. These include an MBA with a Coordinated Program in Diuretics, Master of Social Work, and even a Master of Library and Information Sciences.
Brennan’s full-time MBA features a streamlined curriculum, only requiring 30 credits to complete. Hands-on learning and small class size offer an integrative student-faculty experience that would be otherwise diminished in a large program like Chicago Booth. The AACSB accredited school’s five-course modules are centered around key-business themes such as Leadership and Ethics, Analytics and Operations and more. Although electives are not required for a Brennan MBA, certificates for in-demand areas are available with the completion of at least two elective credits.
According to the Brennan School website, students choose to pursue their higher education at Brennan because of its “exceptional value.”
“Our faculty bring a balance of academic rigor and practical experience into the classroom, including the global perspective crucial to success in today’s business environment,” the school says. “We provide the skills employers seek: the ability to analyze problems critically, to communicate clearly and to respond to business challenges with integrity.”