Master of Business Administration / Management
Baldwin-Wallace University offers a mostly online Master of Business Administration program for working professionals who want to further their academic credentials and learn new skills. The classes are small, which offers peer-to-peer discussions and extensive support from the faculty. The program is instructed through a systems approach to offer the student a comprehensive understanding of their role in large corporate environment. Ultimately, the goal of this MBA program is to combine sound theory with real-world application to advance the student to become a strategic and decisive thinker.
Degree Level: Master
Delivery Format: Mostly Online
Accelerated Degree: No
Accreditation & Licensing
North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission
Bachelors degree with a minimum of two years of relevant work experience; a minimum cumulative GPA in undergraduate work of 3.0; and a score of at least 500 on the GMAT. If the applicant has taken the GRE or has an earned master's degree or doctorate in any field from an accredited institution, that applicant is exempt from taking the GMAT. Official transcripts of all previous academic work. Two letters of recommendation. Current resume.
Students will complete three-quarters of their coursework online. During the two-year (six-semester) program, students meet on the Berea, Ohio campus for seven weekends, usually between academic terms in the months of August, December and April.
Since the founding of Baldwin-Wallace University in 1845, school administrators never factored race or gender as a deciding factor for admission to the school. With a main campus in Berea and a second campus in Beachwood, Ohio, the United Methodist-affiliated University still today, promotes diversity within the student body which includes both traditional and adult learners. Conferring undergraduate and graduate degrees, the private, not-for-profit Baldwin Wallace offers students more than 60 majors and programs of study.
In addition to traditional degree programs, Baldwin-Wallace offers flexible evening, weekend, and online programs/classes for adult learners. Some classes are offered in hybrid format with a combination of on-campus and online learning. Students can enter the online program in the fall, spring or summer terms with classes beginning every eight weeks. Asynchronous courses are taught by the same on-campus faculty and students engage via small class sizes and mediums like discussion threads.
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