Master of Business Administration
The Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree program is designed to prepare individuals for management responsibilities that include the required knowledge and skills for a wide range of career opportunities. The MBA student will apply professional knowledge, practical skills, and a Christian worldview to graduate level topics including strategic management, marketing in the 21st century, organizational finance, accounting, business intelligence, innovation, and ethics.
Program Learning Outcomes (PLO) for the Master of Business Administration Degree
Graduates of the Master of Business Administration degree program will be able to:
- PLO 1: Apply management theory and principles in culturally diverse organizational and global business scenarios.
- PLO 2: Critically analyze quantitative data to propose business strategies.
- PLO 3: Effectively communicate business concepts through oral and written forms utilizing 21st century communication skills and tools.
- PLO 4: Demonstrate competencies required to effectively manage the functional areas of global business operations.
- PLO 5: Apply a Christian worldview to decision-making processes and outcomes.
Requirements for the MBA
This program features 12 courses at three credits each to total 36 credits. Each course meets for eight weeks. The graduate student typically takes one course at a time completing two courses each semester.
In order to earn the MBA degree, graduate students must complete the following required courses while achieving a minimum cumulative grade-point average (GPA) of 3.0:
|ACCT 510||Accounting Reporting and Analysis||3|
|BUSN 500||Principles of Business Administration||3|
|BUSN 520||Financial Management and Decision Making||3|
|BUSN 540||Business Law and Ethics||3|
|BUSN 550||Business Analytics for Decision Making||3|
|BUSN 580||Strategic Marketing and E-Commerce||3|
|BUSN 600||Strategic Management||3|
|BUSN 690||MBA Capstone||3|
|ECON 530||Managerial Economics in a Global Economy||3|
|ISYS 560||Technology and Innovation||3|
|ORGS 570||Leading Organizational Change||3|
|SCHM 590||Operations and Supply Chain Management||3|