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Business Administration Online Master’s Degree Program

Format

100% Online

24/7 Access to Coursework

Semester Schedule

Two 8-Week Terms Per Semester

Three Semesters Per Year

Credit Hours Required

36

Time Commitment

15-20 Hours Per Course Per Week*

*Part-time and full-time enrollment options available Cost

Cost per Credit

$795

$398 Active Duty Military

Fees

Fast & Free Application

$150 Graduation Fee

Apply By

Dec. 11, 2020

Classes Start

Jan. 11, 2021

Upcoming Program Webinar

MBA Information Session 
January 21: 2:00 PM

 

Upcoming General Webinar

Paying for Your Education 
December 7: 2:00 PM

Explore Business Administration

As the pace and complexity of modern business environments grow, employers recognize the need for a new type of business professional: one who is more agile, reflective, can leverage one's own strengths and those of the team, and uses systems thinking to inform organizational decisions. Take the next step in your career and learn how to strategically affect change and drive organizational results with Champlain's online master's in business administration. 

Differentiate your degree with an embedded graduate certificate in a business concentration of your choice: Advanced ManagementEmployment LawHealth Care AdministrationHuman Resource ManagementInformation SecurityLeadershipPositive Organization Development, or Supply Chain Management.

 

Build Your Career Future

Global organizations, corporations, nonprofits, and small businesses rely on educated business professionals to deploy advanced business practices and systems thinking to achieve organizational success. With a valuable combination of business acumen, subject matter expertise, and the critical soft-skills of communication and collaboration needed in leadership roles, graduates of Champlain's master of business administration online program will be prepared to pursue career paths in the fields of their choice.

Champlain's online MBA program is is designed to provide a framework for today's business professionals to think more critically, work more collaboratively, and approach complex workplace challenges more holistically. You'll emerge from the program with a systems-thinking mindset, the ability to approach modern business challenges with confidence, and will be prepared to lead in a variety of roles in a dynamic organization.

Fast Start Formula Career Offerings

Increasing your career mobility is at the center of everything we do. As an online master's degree student, you get free access to the Fast Start Formula Career Course for getting noticed and getting hired, taught by Jen Morris, a leading executive career coach that partners with us to support our students in their job search journeys. This online course is self-paced and full of tips and tricks to land a job you'll love. Jen also hosts live webinars to answer specific questions, share additional insights, and does live "hot seat" coaching.

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Regionally accredited by the New England Commission of Higher Education

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Ranked among the Best Online Bachelor’s Programs by U.S. News & World Report

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Prepare For What's Next

Master's degrees from accredited online MBA programs are in high demand in the business world, and employment in master’s-level occupations is projected to grow by almost 17 percent from 2016 to 2026. A master's degree also pays off: the median salary for professionals with a master's degree is $72,800+.*

*Sources: Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), 2019; job titles: Monster, 2019

Top Jobs for MBA Graduates

  • Chief Executive Officer
  • Management Consultant
  • Senior Product Manager
  • Marketing Director
  • IT Director
  • Chief Financial Officer
  • Business Development Director
  • Operations Manager
  • Senior Financial Analyst
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Program Details

Learn more about Champlain's 100% online MBA program, designed for working professionals.

MBA Course Descriptions

Champlain's online MBA courses encompass the top skills needed by today's business professionals.

Professional Courses (24-30 Credits)*

Specialization Courses (12 Credits)

* Some essential knowledge is required prior to admission to the MBA program. During your application process it will be determined if you meet all prerequisites; Students who already meet those prerequisites will be waived from MBA 507 and MGMT 525 and will earn a 36 credit MBA. Those who do not meet all the prerequisites will be required to complete one or both of the prerequisite classes to acquire the foundational knowledge necessary to be successful in core classes. Those who need the additional courses will earn a 39-42 credit MBA depending on which prerequisites they need.

MBA Required Courses (24-30 Credits):

This course introduces MBA students to the theories, context, and managerial value of financial and management accounting. The role of accountants, the accounting equation, the accounting cycle, and financial reporting will be presented. The use of relevant accounting data to analyze internal operating decisions, allocate scare resources, and assess overall firm health will be emphasized. This course is designed to provide specific skills for the workplace as well as showcase the accounting function as an important foundational framework for the pursuit of advanced business education.

Organizations use the word risk in many contexts. Using an integrative perspective, students investigate operational, geopolitical and reputational risks, as well as those from the vagaries of nature and how the willingness to take risks can vary across both organizations and geography. Students consider how to minimize internal risks and how to prepare for external ones. Through the lens of organizational culture, students also explore the impact on organizations when employees are encouraged to be innovative and creative by taking risks.

Self-leadership is defined by a developed sense of who you are, what you can do, and where you are going, coupled with the ability to affect your behavior and emotions and to communicate effectively through the process. Students will develop a sense of self-awareness to include the values and habits of mind that drive one's practie as an innovative and creative leader, in a global and diverse workplace.

Prerequisites

Complete MGMT-525 or have equivalent knowledge or coursework.

The world is increasingly characterized by diversity and an integrated economy. Balancing the business opportunities and risks associated with dynamic and uncertain global changes is critical to effective leadership in this global economy. Leaders must learn how to integrate their understanding of culture, ethics, economic and politicial issues into their decision making and strategy development.

Prerequisites

Complete MBA-512 or take concurrently

Decision-making in any organization cannot be separated from financial considerations, and those involved with strategic planning and operations need to understand the impact their work has on the organization's financial performance. Managers must understand the organization's financial models in order to make a meaningful contribution to the overall success of the organization. Students will focus on using financial information rather than creating it and will use case studies and simulations to experience low-risk financial decision-making.

Prerequisites

Complete MBA-516 or take concurrently.

During a firm's planning, operations, and control cycles, many choices and decisions must be made. We introduce you to financial information within an orgranization that supports decision making and performance measurement in addition to how to use this information to make a business case to various stakeholders. Students will also consider how weigh both qualitative and quantitative factors when making decisions.

Prerequisites

Complete MBA-524

Investigates how organizations define and develop relationships with customers and clients and then expands those relationships through marketing and sales programs. A special emphasis is on the design and implementation of marketing programs and the application of learning models to leverage information obtained from the market. The implications of market decisions on other areas of the organization such as supply chain relationships, operations, human resources, partners and distributors will be addressed.

Prerequisites

Complete either MBA-500 and 15 credits OR MBA-521

The operation of an organization focus on the transformation processes used to produce goods or provide services. Develop the skills needed to ensure the ongoing strategic contribution of a firm's operations to its competitive position. Investigate design thinking and the impact it can have on the complex processes underlying the development and manufacture of products as well as the creation and delivery of services. Topics include process analysis and cross-functional and cross-firm integration as part of a strategic vision.

Prerequisites

Complete MBA-521

The complexity of today's business environments and a rapidly changing global marketplace challenges organizations to become adaptive and innovative. Everyone must find a way to adopt new leadership skills for organizational survival. Meet this challenge wherever you exert influence in the organization by developing knowledge and skills to effectively lead with change, including communicating with others in the organization. Identify how change is accomplished and impacts people and affects organizational relationships.

Prerequisites

Complete MBA-530

This course is built around a project that is designed to apply, in a comprehensive manner, the core areas of knowledge around which this program has been built. These include: Values of a Global-Based Organization, Innovation through Information, Financial and Economic Resources, Customers, Markets, Sales and Marketing; Human Resources and Organizational Relationships; Measurement and Process Improvement; and Action Planning to Create Value. The project may be performed for a current employer, a sponsoring workplace or as an internship as either a Service Learning project for a qualifying non-profit organization or another organization of the student's choosing.

Prerequisites

The MBA 590 Capstone course must be taken only after all other courses in the program have been completed.

Advanced Management Specialization Courses (12 Credits):

This course is designed to introduce a systematic process for planning, organizing and controlling projects. The course will present a practical methodology for completing projects more quickly with fewer problems. Student work will consist of readings, research, class special-topic presentations, group activities, a project management journal, and participation in a real world IT business project. Students will be encouraged to apply project-management techniques to solve existing real-world technology-related business problems.

Successful companies today cannot afford to operate with old organizational structures and practices. Customers expect excellent service and new products must be brought to market quickly. This course surveys a variety of techniques and philosophies that foster fast product development and outstanding customer service. Organizational, human resource, and technology techniques that support these strategies are reviewed.

This course provides the framework for understanding the dynamics of human interaction within an organizational context. It is built from the perspective that a key function of management is to negotiate for resources and build collaborative relationships with employees, vendors, suppliers and distributors.

Choose One

Organizations use the word risk in many contexts. Using an integrative perspective, students investigate operational, geopolitical and reputational risks, as well as those from the vagaries of nature and how the willingness to take risks can vary across both organizations and geography. Students consider how to minimize internal risks and how to prepare for external ones. Through the lens of organizational culture, students also explore the impact on organizations when employees are encouraged to be innovative and creative by taking risks.

A supply chain consists of all parties involved, directly or indirectly, in fulfilling a customer request. It not only includes the manufacturer and suppliers, but also transporters, warehouses, retailers, and customers themselves. Students are presented with a holistic perspective of a supply chain in this overview course. Topics include relationships with supply chain partners, logistics in the supply chain, performance measurements, and global dimensions of a supply chain.

To gain a foundation for the Human Resource certificate, students take a macro-view of the field and examine the role of an HR department as a critical strategic business partner within the organization. Students integrate concepts and current workplace issues, including using new technologies in the field; the need for a broader understanding of business and culture; and how to build and support agile teams that work effectively.

Employment Law Specialization Courses (12 Credits):

This course offers an overview of fundamental areas of employment law. Topics include job discrimination and related laws, labor law and labor relations, plant and job safety, public officers and employees, employee contracts, self-employment, Americans with Disabilities Act, Equal Employment Opportunity Act, non-competition agreements, workers' compensation, unemployment obligations, and personnel issues such as drug testing, lie detectors, whistle-blowing, and wrongful discharge.

Students will examine the various laws prohibiting discrimination in the workplace, with a focus on federal statutes and regulations. Topics include liability under Title VII, ADA, ADEA, and the FMLA. Students will consider workplace discrimination related to race, sex, religion, national origin, physical disability, age, and sexual orientation. The students will also learn about how complaints are filed with and investigated by the EEOC, with a detailed discussion on how the employer is required to respond to these complaints

Prerequisites

Complete ELAW-505.

Students will examine the decisions and statutes relating to the rights of workers to organize, the collective bargaining process, legal issues related to strikes, boycotts, and picketing, and the role of individual rights within unions. Students will also examine the structure, mission, and procedures of the National Labor Relations Board, the distinction between NLRB decisions and court decisions, and the relationship between the two.

Prerequisites

Complete ELAW-505.

Students will examine the laws that regulate how employees should be hired, fired, promoted, disciplined, or evaluated in unionized and nonunionized environments. It explores the steps an employer should take to avoid allegations of discrimination during the hiring, firing, or disciplinary process. The course also examines the legal limits on monitoring an employee's email, computer usage, and outside activities (including social media) and examines the legal limits on drug testing employees and checking an employee's criminal, credit, and medical background.

Prerequisites

Complete ELAW-505.

Health Care Administration Specialization Courses (12 Credits)

Students learn about the U.S. health care system, including the government's role in the industry, cost and quality issues, managed care, reimbursement mechanisms, legal and regulatory issues, profit vs. non-profit care, the role of technology, and then compare it to international health care systems. Students will begin to conceptualize new models of delivery through analysis of barriers to process improvement and the use of design thinking and analytics. Students will appraise development, implementation and management of system components.

Managing information as a strategic resource is challenging. Students will design IT systems to capture, combine, and transform data into information to measure processes/outcomes of care, support clinical decision-making and management decisions, empower patients, and improve health care operations. Students explore health information systems within the context of associated business processes to develop innovative solutions. Management of change as related to clinical systems will also be stressed to help build buy-in, engage individuals and ultimately improve workflow and system design.

Prerequisites

Complete HCMT-515

Students learn to apply elements of regulation, law and ethics to the administrative process in a variety of healthcare settings and situations. Healthcare administrators can avoid many legal disputes by understanding basic concepts such as patient rights, informed consent and privacy regulations. Course themes include the legal barriers that interfere with process improvement, malpractice, and the limits on sharing information across institutions. Students analyze recent legal developments, including the Affordable Care Act, medical marijuana, and right to die legislation.

Prerequisites

Complete HCMT-515 concurrently or prior to HCMT-535.

This course is designed to introduce a systemic process for planning, organizing and controlling healthcare projects using design thinking and innovation. The course presents a practical methodology for completing projects more quickly with fewer problems. Student work consists of readings, research, class special-topic presentations, group activities, a project management journal, and participation in a real world healthcare project. Students will be encouraged to apply project-management techniques to solve existing real-world healthcare business problems using design thinking and innovation.

Prerequisites

Complete HCMT-515 concurrently or prior to HCMT-545.

Human Resource Management Specialization Courses (12 Credits):

To gain a foundation for the Human Resource certificate, students take a macro-view of the field and examine the role of an HR department as a critical strategic business partner within the organization. Students integrate concepts and current workplace issues, including using new technologies in the field; the need for a broader understanding of business and culture; and how to build and support agile teams that work effectively.

Diversity is different from inclusion and organizations often miss the real opportunity to successfully move to a culture of inclusion. Students will look at organization development theory and change models to address diversity as organizational change, thus leading to inclusive policies, practices and procedures in all dimensions of the organization. They will explore diversity as it relates to race/color/sex and will also include diversity as it relates to other facts such as appearance, generational beliefs, economic status and gender identity.

Companies are exploring human capital analytics for workforce reporting and to help make informed decisions about human resources. The continuum of value that analytics bring to an organization includes practices from basic data reporting to predictive analytics. Explore workforce reporting and both traditional and advanced decision-making analytic tools, especially predictive modeling, which make it possible for organizations to inform decision making for the future. Learn to make the business case for using advanced HR analytics.

Prerequisites

Complete MGMT-536 MGMT-545

Coaching in the workplace draws on many related fields including behavioral science, systems thinking and the study of change. After a review of those areas, students will use that foundation to develop a range of coaching tools. Learn to ask the right questions, provide applicable feedback, use a customized approach and help employees learn to independently grapple with problems and find solutions. Finally students will use coaching to deepen an individual's self-awareness to promote action and accountability.

Prerequisites

Complete MGMT-536 MGMT-545

Information Security Specialization Courses (12 Credits):

Understanding risk and identifying the threats organizations face are essential skills for today's information security professionals. In this course that introduces students to the graduate degree program, students learn to compute impact scores for vulnerabilities, classify data, and use Champlain College Online's virtual environment to explore how to use IOCs (Indicators of Compromise).

Students will gain an understanding and respect for emerging technology by exploring current trends in security and examining topics such as artificial intelligence, machine learning, blockchain and behavior analytics. Students will analyze the science behind these technologies as well as the ethical and privacy concerns and implications that may hinder their widespread adoption.

Prerequisites

Take OPSC-501

Security controls are used to maintain confidentiality, integrity and availability of systems and typically enterprise architectures are built using frameworks. Students move beyond defense in depth and breadth strategies and "learn by doing" in this course, working in the virtual environment with tools like Nmap, Open-AduIT, Splunk, and more.

Prerequisites

Complete OPSC-501 and OPSC-510

Hands-on labs and assignments using Kali Linux, Metasploitable, Nessus and Armitage build on previously acquired knowledge of threat and vulnerability classification in this course that allows students to use the knowledge of a vulnerability to perform threat analysis. Vulnerability and patch management processes are also addressed.

Prerequisites

Complete OPSC-501 and OPSC-510

It's not a question of if an incident will take place, but when. Organizations must assume they will suffer a breach, data loss or other security event that will impact operations. Students learn to prioritize events, develop and document an incident response plan, and identify the role of forensic investigations in incident response as well as use tools to perform USB and memory forensics exercises.

Prerequisites

Complete OPSC-520

Leadership Specialization Courses (12 Credits):

Explore the formal and informal communication strategies that help leaders influence beyond their formal authority. Topics will include how to have generative conversations, communication tactics for engaging stakeholders, cross cultural communications, managing conflict, building impactful narratives that engage and inspire, and the impact of technology on communication in today's organizations.

Examine how to cultivate meaningful relationships across an organizational system, from co-workers, to team members, to broader stakeholders. Attention will be given to how to leverage both formal and informal relationships to create positive impact. Topics include perceptions, motivation, emotional intelligence, building teams, and conflict management.

Explore how to accelerate organizational change by focusing on and leveraging the core strengths of individuals and the collective system. Learn how to challenge the traditional deficit mindset that pervades organizations, and how to use evidence-based appreciative practices to cultivate shared leadership across a system.

Explore concepts and frameworks for how to lead effectively in today's ever-changing world. Using an integrative reflective practice approach, students examine their own approach to leadership and create an initial plan for their own leadership development, as well as the leadership development opportunities for their organization.

Positive Organization Development Specialization Courses (12 Credits):

A strength-based renaissance has emerged within the social sciences in response to calls for new explorations into the positive side of organizational life. Going beyond the myopic focus on deficits that had predominated the field of OD to date, learners will explore the myriad of exciting work happening in the fields that inform the theory and practice of PosOD, including: appreciative inquiry, positive organizational scholarship, positive psychology, design theory, and the rise of sustainable enterprises.

Prerequisites

Admission to the Positive Organization Development Certificate Program.

Learners will explore the fundamental relationship between inquiry and change and experiment with the power that questions have to shape organizational life. Through observation of and reflection upon the questions asked by and to them in their own organizational lives, learners will explore how every effective organizational change process begins with the very questions we ask. The theory and practice of 'inquiry based leadership' will be detailed as a framework to create effective organizational interventions at every level within an organization.

Prerequisites

Take POD-500

Learners will take a deep dive into the theory and practice of Appreciative Inquiry as a specific philosophy and action-research framework for creating positive organizational change. Case studies will explore how AI has been applied in different sectors to create positive whole-system change. Learners will be introduced to the practical tools and resources for engaging groups and organizations in AI, as well as applying the principles of AI to their own life.

Prerequisites

Take POD-530

A key aspect of PosOD involves the identification and augmentation of strengths within all levels of an organization. Learners will explore the myriad of strength-based assessment tools, beginning with tools and techniques for uncovering strengths at the individual level, the team level, the organizational level, and community level. This class focuses on how to uncover strengths and assets that often go under utilized and how to use this data in strategic ways for creating positive organizational change.

Prerequisites

Take POD-560

Supply Chain Management Specialization Courses (12 Credits):

A supply chain consists of all parties involved, directly or indirectly, in fulfilling a customer request. It not only includes the manufacturer and suppliers, but also transporters, warehouses, retailers, and customers themselves. Students are presented with a holistic perspective of a supply chain in this overview course. Topics include relationships with supply chain partners, logistics in the supply chain, performance measurements, and global dimensions of a supply chain.

Sourcing goods and services is an important part of an organization's strategy and supply chain. Students will learn about the development and management of strategic sourcing relationships and the role of supply management in effective supply/demand/value chains. Specific topics include balancing costs and risk and recognizing total costs associated with procurement decisions.

Prerequisites

Complete MGMT-530 either previously or concurrently.

As one of a sequence of supply chain-related courses, students will focus on managing customer demand and the efficient storage and movement of inventory, processes that are crucial to meeting customer demand in a way that is profitable for the company. They support demand fulfillment for both end-consumers and business trading partners and students will learn how these parts fit into the overall supply chain. Topics include demand planning, inventory management, and warehouse operations and transportation.

Prerequisites

Complete MGMT-530 either previously or concurrently

As the capstone of the Graduate Certificate in Supply Chain Management, students will integrate concepts learned in previous certificate courses as they work through an interactive supply chain simulation. These concepts include supply chain strategy, total cost approach to decision making and identifying and planning for risks that may disrupt their supply chain. Additional topics include an in-depth study of ethical and sustainable supply chains. The final project will be an analysis and evaluation of individual simulation results.

In addition to developing advanced communication and analytical skills, and a strategic mindset, graduates of the MBA online program will demonstrate a mastery of the following industry-specific competencies:

  • Identify problems and formulate solutions utilizing a systems thinking approach that recognizes change will never happen to just one thing, regardless of the solution.
  • Evaluate risk in business scenarios by questioning underlying assumptions and emerging patterns, brainstorming solutions, and investigating factors that can lead to, or have led to, success, and incorporate those factors into future decision making.
  • Using a systems approach, evaluate the effect of an increasingly global and diverse environment on an organization, and consider internal systems such as relationships, finance and operations, as well as inter-firm relationships.
  • Use design thinking to generate innovative approaches to leading today's fast-changing organizations, with a focus on navigating competitive, political and economic environments.
  • Develop an ethical approach to business planning by using quantitative analyses, balanced with competing qualitative factors, including interpretation of financial statements and recognition of stakeholder's contending interests.
  • Use design and systems thinking to create a vision and strategic plan that recognizes the need for continual adaptation to the environment and the integration among all parts of the organization as well as those outside the organization.
  • Formulate a personal leadership mission statement and presence that reflects insights into yourself, others, and the changing business environment in the context of political realities and competing points of view.

In addition to the admission requirements for all graduate program applicants, our online accredited MBA program has specific requirements that must be met.

Work Experience Requirement for Healthcare Administration Specialization Applicants:

If you are planning to complete the Health Care Administration Certificate for the MBA, you are expected to have a minimum of 2 years experience or current employment in a healthcare setting with opportunities for applying new skills in the health care field.

Business or Management Bachelor's Degree Requirement

If your bachelor's degree is not in business or management you may be required to successfully complete one or both of the following courses in addition to the 12 required courses - successful completion is considered a grade of B or better in the course(s).

  • MGMT 525 Managing Organizational Risk
  • MBA-507: Survey of Accounting for Managers

Depending on which course(s) you are asked to take, the MBA program may be between 36 and 42 credits in total.

Do you already have a demonstrated proficiency in this area? Provide proof of one or more of the following with your admission package to be evaluated by our Program Director:

  • Previous college coursework in financial accounting
  • Professional certifications in financial accounting
  • On the job training

Champlain College Online's business faculty, led by Program Director Dr. Linda Miller, are expert practitioners in the field. Their industry expertise ensures that our MBA curriculum is aligned with the needs of employers, and reflects the skills today’s business professionals need for success. Classes led by our seasoned experts will give you real-world insight into the field and create a rich community of career-focused learning.

Alumni of the Champlain College Online MBA program work in corporations, small businesses, government organizations, and non-profits nationwide, including:

  • Alliance Bank
  • Ben & Jerry's
  • Burton Snowboards
  • Cabot Creamery
  • City of Burlington
  • Collins Aerospace
  • Dealer.com/Cox Automotive
  • Deloitte
  • Fidelity Investments
  • GE Healthcare
  • Internal Revenue Service 
  • JP Morgan Chase
  • Keurig Dr. Pepper
  • MetLife
  • Mylan Technologies 
  • National Life Group
  • Northrop Grumman
  • People's United Bank
  • Social Security Administration (SSA)
  • University of Vermont Health Network
  • UTC Aerospace Systems 

 

Titles our alumni hold include:

  • Accountant
  • Auditor
  • Business Administrator
  • Business Analyst
  • Chief Engineer
  • Chief of Staff
  • Chief Operating Officer 
  • Claims Specialist
  • Consultant 
  • Contract Specialist 
  • Financial Analyst 
  • Financial Manager
  • Global Inventory Planner 
  • HR Specialist
  • IT Auditor 
  • Management Analyst 
  • Program Analyst
  • Program Officer 
  • Quality Assurance Analyst 
  • Sr. Software Engineering Manager
  • Underwriting Analyst 

Tuition & Costs

Continuing your education is an investment in your future. Learn more about our affordable tuition rates.

Dare to Expect More of Champlain Online

Expect Convenience

Our programs are designed for busy adults. Go to school wherever and whenever is best for you, on the device of your choice.

Expect A Career Focus

Everything you learn in our online classrooms is relevant and immediately applicable to your work.

Expect Support

Your education journey is our priority and our student support team has your back every step of the way.

Expect Superior Faculty

Learn from practitioner faculty working in the field, with real-world experience and knowledge.

Meet the Program Director

Linda Miller, PhD, CPA, Associate Professor and Assistant Dean, Champlain College Online faculty

Linda Miller

PhD CPA
Program Director
  • Accounting (A.S., B.S., Certificates)
  • Human Relations and Organization Development (M.S.)
  • Integrated Studies (B.S.)
  • MBA
  • Positive Organization Development (Certificate)

About

Linda Miller, PhD, CPA, is Associate Professor and Assistant Dean for Champlain College Online. She is responsible for the online accounting and integrated studies programs, as well as the MBA and master's in human relations and organization development programs. Following 12 years in accounting, business, and consulting positions, Dr. Miller has spent over 20 years in higher education at a variety of schools, including Bucknell University, the University of Vermont, and Pennsylvania State University, where she also taught in the executive education programs.

With an education focus primarily in adult and online education, Dr. Miller has enjoyed developing a wide variety of online certificates and degrees in business-related areas, including supply chain management and leadership. Dr. Miller continues to research best practices in online teaching and learning and to create opportunities for Champlain College Online instructors to develop their online teaching skills. Other specific areas of interest for Dr. Miller include the impact of technology on supply chains and the effective teaching of transformational leadership.

Dr. Miller holds an M.S. in Accounting from Pennsylvania State University and a PhD in Business Management (School of Supply Chain Management) from the same. She is a member of the International Leadership Association and the Society of Supply Chain Management Professionals.

Why Champlain

Randy Blanchette, Master in Business Administration (MBA), Champlain College Online

Career Growth

"Champlain provides dynamic programs that correlate to real-world scenarios and provide the flexibility you need to execute your day-to-day job. I'm thankful I earned my MBA because my career would not be where it is today if I hadn't."

Randy Blanchette Master in Business Administration (MBA)
Program Manager, United Technologies Aerospace Systems

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