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Walsh College

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3838 Livernois
Troy, Michigan 48083
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At Walsh, ‘Business as Usual’ doesn’t cut it. Their MBA is designed for working adults and combines world class instruction with practical application.

The B-school is based in Troy, Michigan – a city recognized as a major business and commercial center in the Detroit metropolitan area.

A purely “textbook” education just doesn’t cut it, so every Walsh course incorporates practical skills and knowledge MBAs can use directly in the field. The MBA curriculum covers critical aspects of business from accounting, finance, and information technology to business law, communication, analytics and developing resilient organizations.

The MBA program typically takes around 2-3 years to complete. If taking in-person classes doesn’t fit the bill, students can pursue their highly ranked online MBA or a hybrid MBA format.

Walsh also offers a STEM MBA which combines business and tech, taught by faculty with real-world cybersecurity and business experience. The STEM MBA curriculum prepares MBAs to become advanced problem solvers who rely on research, experimentation, and critical analysis to safeguard critical data and systems and prevent costly data breaches. Students can graduate in as little as one year full-time.

Students can choose from concentrations in Economics, Finance, Interdisciplinary, Marketing, and Organizational Resilience.

The support doesn’t stop post-graduation at Walsh. Their Lifetime Career Services offers life-long tools and resources to help MBAs find new jobs, navigate career changes, or advance in their current role.

“I was in a finance class, and I was looking at the textbook and my professor said, ‘close the book, let’s talk.’ And I realized that a lot of what I needed to learn was not in a book. It is about people. That is what Walsh does. It made me better prepared for the business world by the way they taught,” says MBA Shaniece Bennett on Walsh’s site.