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Program Details

California Baptist University offers a Master of Business Administration degree. Students are encouraged to grow personally, professionally, and spiritually. The curriculum has a holistic approach; students develop strong moral character while developing a strong background in various topics of business. Christian perspectives are integrated into the coursework, which helps students develop a deeper understanding of how their values and faith relate to business. Students cultivate skills in strategy, innovative problem-solving, and critical thinking, which is extremely useful in business.

The main objective of the MBA program at California Baptist is to deliver an education in business that is designed to help develop students into effective leaders who implement change and manage in ways that align with the values that honor God. Although the classes are offered online, professors are very engaged with the students. Students will also learn from their fellow colleagues, as they all come from a variety of backgrounds. Professors foster a learning environment in which team-building and interpersonal skills are encouraged.

The curriculum has an applicable approach: students learn how to apply concepts to real-world scenarios, which helps link coursework with experience. All students finish the MBA program with a capstone course that has a business strategy simulation component. Students learn how to develop solutions and apply their knowledge to realistic scenarios.

Requirements

A Bachelor’s degree. Official sealed transcripts.  2 recommendations - Recommendation Form. Current Resume. 500 word essay. Applicants are considered based on a combination of GPA (minimum 2.5), management and professional work experience.

Accreditation & Licensing

Western Association of Schools and Colleges, Senior College and University Commission

Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs