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Master of Business Administration / General Business

Program Details

The Master of Business Administration in General Business offered by Amberton University gives students a chance to receive an advanced and flexible business education.  This degree program builds upon student’s Bachelor's Degree in Business to give a deep understanding of administration within a business setting. Students will be able to apply the knowledge learned in this course to a variety of business situations including domestic companies, large international corporations and small businesses.  Analytical business methods and advanced managerial theory is at the forefront of this degree. This Master's Degree can also be useful for professionals who desire to rise to a leadership or high-level management position within their current job.

Students are required to have the following classes or their equivalent prior to admission: Statistical Analysis I, Management Processes & Information Systems, Market Structure & Competitive Analysis, and Accounting & Finance for Managers. Amberton currently offers these classes for individuals who have not already completed them.

The curriculum for this course consists of 36 semester hours. Students will complete upper level classes in Economics, Finance, Marketing, Strategic Management and Business Administration Electives. All credit hours are available online through Amberton’s distance learning program.  The university takes measures to make sure that its online students receive the exact same level of education as on-campus students. The professors teaching the on-campus courses will also be the ones administering the online assignments and teachings.

Amberton University is a Christian university that combines the teaching and ideals of Jesus Christ with innovative and cutting edge education methods. It strives to ensure that all of its courses and programs follow a strict code of ethics and values.


A bachelor’s degree from a U.S. regionally accredited college or university. Official transcripts.

Accreditation & Licensing

Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges