Self-Designed Concentration | Chatham University, Pittsburgh, PA

Chatham University

Self-Designed Concentration

Chatham University MBA


Self-designed concentrations in Chatham's MBA program allow students to focus on their unique areas of interest while obtaining a transdisciplinary academic experience. Students can select courses from any of the other MBA concentration electives to develop a personalized curriculum of study better aligned for their career responsibilities and aspirations. Full-time MBA students may also take one course per semester from a Pittsburgh Council on Higher Education (PCHE) member school to take advantage of courses or specializations not offered at Chatham to enhance their MBA experience.

3 courses - 9 credit hours required
ACT 540 Government and Non-Profit Accounting
ACT 545 Accounting Theory
ACT 573 Business Law and Ethics
ACT 580 Accounting Information Systems
ACT 625 Cost Analysis
ACT 620 Advanced Financial Accounting
ACT 630 Advanced Tax Accounting
ACT 699 Forensic Accounting
BUS 513 Logistics and Operations
BUS 550 Innovation and Commercialization
BUS 562 Global Procurement
BUS 575 Leading Organizations and Projects
BUS 582 Foundations of Project Management
BUS 623 Strategic Performance for Women Executives
BUS 639 Sustainability and Assessment Reporting
BUS 641 Sustainable Supply Chain Management
BUS 680 Complex Issues in Project Management
COM 510 Health Communications
FST 502 Essential Readings in Food and Agriculture
FST 508 Food Systems
FST 518 Business of Food and Agriculture
FST 520 Basic Agroecology
FST 522 GIS: Food and Agriculture
FST 531 Sustainable Fermentation
FST 624 Chocolate: Politics and Pleasure
FST 532 Sustainable Meat Production
FST 683 Special Topics: Biotechnology
LAR 515 Geographic Information Systems
PWR 670 Principles of Information Architecture
PWR 673 Web Design and Development I
PWR 674 Web Design and Development II
SUS 580 Sustainable Behavior Change