The Master of Business Administration allows students to develop advanced skills in management and leadership in the business sector. The program will explore concepts and theories needed for business success including how to analyze information and apply it to practical and effective uses. Students will study key areas such as marketing, accounting, economics, corporate finance, and many others. Using Christian principles, students will learn the importance of moral and ethical values among businesses and their leaders.
Students will study servant leadership based on Biblical values as well as critical thinking, planning, and research in modern business issues. The program teaches students how to communicate concepts and results to others using effective and appropriate media. Individuals will be taught about decision making in various situations using a variety of business functions and tools of analysis. Finally, the program will educate students on how to apply theory to solving problems in the organization as well as management in global business environments. Besides core courses, students can also choose between the following tracks: Criminal Justice, Executive Leadership, and Ministerial Leadership.
The program aims at producing effective managers in small and large businesses, as entrepreneurs, and in non-profit organizations. Students have the option of the pace they wish to take courses. The program has the potential to be completed between one and two years. Those who choose the online setting to complete courses will take them through the Blackboard management system, which includes discussion boards, video conferences, and other means of contact between students, their peers, and the faculty.
A bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited institution with a cumulative GPA of 3.0. Applicants with a lower GPA may be considered if GMAT or GRE scores exceed requirements. A GMAT score of 470 or above. Students with 2-3 years of professional experience can provide a resume in lieu of the GMAT. A sample writing assignment. Two recommendations.
Accreditation & Licensing
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges
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