In response to worldwide challenges for new leadership in business, MUM’s MBA program is helping students develop the technical abilities, decision-making skills, and leadership capabilities required for success in the modern business world.
Our attentive faculty, progressive campus, and flexible program ensure that every student gets the individualized attention and support they need to become successful in their field.
Hundreds of students have enjoyed their experiences in our on-campus MBA program. At MUM, you’ll learn from outstanding faculty who are business experts, published authors, and supportive mentors.
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All students in the MUM MBA program are required to take a 16 credit (minimum) specialization in one of the following three areas (Evening/Weekend MBAs will find concentration requirements in that section):
We prepare students for careers in accounting and finance at middle and higher levels of management. Students gain knowledge and skills for entering the international workforce as auditors, financial analysts, staff accountants, or controllers. During your on-campus time, you may choose to take some courses to prepare for the CPA examinations.
We have two main MBA Accounting program options to choose from:
We prepare students to take positions as SAP-Finance analysts, ERP consultants, or accounting managers in organizations that use ERP platforms.
There are two paths to choose from:
We prepare students to become sustainable business analysts, entrepreneurs, or consultants. Short-term internships may be available during on-campus time.
All applicants can learn more about the program here.
Dr. Andrew Bargerstock is the Chair of the Accounting Department and Director of the MBA Program at MUM. He is a Certified Public Accountant and has been an executive with a Fortune 500 company, established two successful businesses, and consulted with many companies including Allstate Insurance, BJC Health System, W.L. Gore & Associates, US Patent and Trademark Office, and Virginia Department of Social Services.
He was one of two professors in the USA to be awarded the Lean Enterprise Institute’s (LEI) 2009 Excellence in Lean Accounting Professor Award. Recently, he published two research articles in lean accounting in Management Accounting Quarterly (2011, 2013). He also co-authored a management accounting ethics paper that was named IMA’s 2014 Carl Menconi Award: Best Case Study in Business Ethics (title: Watson Water Technologies). He continues to consult with organizations on implementing lean and lean accounting.
In this program you will participate in the creation of an original Web-TV Series, working alongside fellow students and industry professionals. This unique opportunity is being made available to a select number of students who will work together to write, produce, edit, and distribute the series. Every student will work in different capacities throughout the course of the production.
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