Management, M.B.A.

College of Business

The Master of Business Administration (MBA) is a must for anyone in the workforce wanting to advance to management or to start a business. Focusing on skill development applicable to the workforce as opposed to simply learning, an MBA is a practitioner’s degree. Management is one of five MBA concentrations offered at Indiana Tech.

Solving modern problems

Every industry needs management competencies, so no matter what career you pursue, the principles, knowledge, and skills learned in our MBA program will make you more successful and help you advance rapidly in your field. With swiftly shifting economic and technological climates, competencies can become obsolete quickly. Indiana Tech’s programs have the flexibility to apply time-honored philosophies to new and modern practices.

Faculty with industry experience

Unlike some universities with business faculty who have only ever worked in academia, our program features instructors who have a wide breadth and depth of industry experience. That means they can easily relate concepts to relevant workplace scenarios, making the concepts taught more real for students.

Dual degree options

Students in the MBA-management concentration also have the option to pursue a dual degree by combining MBA coursework with either the Master of Science in Management or the Master of Science in Engineering Management.

Career possibilities

Graduates from Indiana Tech’s MBA management concentration have gone on to become skilled and effective managers in a variety of areas such as:

  • Project planning
  • Communication
  • Finance
  • Quality control

Job Outlook

Timothy G. Allwein

Program Lead

Professor Allwein’s background includes extensive private and non-profit sector experience in operations management, finance, administration and sales, in addition to over 19 years of experience in teaching at the university level. His professional certifications include Certified Employees’ Rights & Responsibilities Professional (CERRP), Certified Workers Compensation Professional (CWCP) and Certified Human Resource Specialist (CHRS).

  • M.BA., Indiana University
  • Th.M., Dallas Theological Seminary
  • B.A., Indiana University