Our graduate-level business degrees are designed to provide learners from all walks and in all stages of life the opportunity to further their business education and differentiate themselves in an increasingly competitive employment market. From newly graduated bachelor's degree holders of all majors to adult learners working full-time but looking to advance their careers—anyone can benefit from our flexible course offerings, small overall class sizes, and personalized plans of study.


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The mission of the professional MBA program is to prepare students from many cultural backgrounds for responsible positions in domestic and international business, government and not-for-profit organizations. The program emphasizes the integration of business principles with Christian principles and philosophy to prepare students for leadership roles which require clear and critical thinking, wise judgment, effective communication, integrity in all actions, and recognition of opportunities for service.
A Master of Science in Administration program is designed to prepare students for leadership in various industry-specific settings.

The MSA degree in Organizational Management is for students seeking management roles in church or other not-for-profit organizations. Offered by the College of Professions, the program blends business management, church management, and communication principles to create a well-rounded degree experience. This MSA degree can be completed on-campus or online.

A maximum of 6 credits in approved courses may be taken off-campus or in another school of the university.


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