Concentration in Power Generation Management
Abraham Lincoln University is now offering the Masters in Business Administration with a concentration in Power Generation Management. Practitioners working in technical disciplines who desire to advance their careers in management or consulting can work on an MBA degree with the opportunity to focus on a technical concentration.
- The Power Generation Management option is ideal for technical managers, those with undergraduate work in engineering, power, or other technical areas.
- The Power Generation Management Concentration provides courses in electrical power topics stemming from Generation, Transmission, and Distribution to Consumption, Power Operations and GRID Systems, the Smart GRID and Electric Sales, and the Power Market.
- The degree consists of 36 semester units completed over three semesters. Each semester provides the opportunity to include electives that align with the Power Generation Management concentration.
- The Power Generation Management courses may also be taken as a certificate.
The MBA with a concentration in Power Generation Management is accredited by the Distance Education Accrediting Commission (DEAC) and licensed by the California Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education (BPPE) by institutional license through accreditation.
What’s Unique about the ALU’s MBA Program?
The MBA with the Power Generation Management Concentration provides a graduate business degree curriculum with a concentration in Power Generation. This concentration supplements any engineer or manager looking for an MBA with the option to focus in a practical area.
The Certificate of Power Generation Management provides courses that broadly review Power Generation and can be taken as graduate electives, allowing the student to earn a graduate certificate in Power Generation while working on a degree or stand-alone certificate.
MBA Program – general information
The Master of Business Administration degree prepares students for management positions in public, private, and non-profit organizations.
- Students will acquire the critical knowledge and skills needed to integrate management, marketing, accounting, and finance concepts to develop strategies to improve short and long-term organizational performance.
- Core areas include Business Ethics, Management, Marketing, Accounting, Economics, Organizational Behavior, and Graduate Capstone projects with electives forming a chosen concentration.
- The MBA degree consists of 36 semester units completed over three semesters. Each semester contains three eight week modules. Two courses can be taken concurrently within a module.
Upon successful completion of the program, graduates will have acquired the knowledge and skills needed to:
- Analyze external and internal influences on business institutions and practices.
- Identify the structures in business organizations that can be managed for productivity.
- Differentiate the roles and tasks of business leaders and professionals in business, industry, and non-profit organizations.
- Use technology and other resources to remain current in the student’s chosen business field.
- Make effective business decisions using appropriate analytical and critical thinking processes.
- Identify and analyze legal and/or ethical issues that arise in business practices and institutions.
- Demonstrate effective written communication skills in a business environment.
Degree Plan for Master of Business Administration Degree
|Semester||Course #||Course Name||Credit Hours||Prereq.||Core/ Major||General Education||Req. Elective|
|Semester Credit Hours||12||9||0||3|
|BUS580||Strategies for Change||3||3||0||0|
|Semester Credit Hours||12||9||0||3|
|3||MGT590||Advanced Organizational Behav.||3||3||0||0|
|Semester Credit Hours||12||6||0||6|
|Total for Semesters 1-3||36||24||0||12|