The Master of Business Administration (MBA) program is a general management program that emphasizes an integration of the business disciplines within a Christian framework. It is designed for students with an undergraduate degree in either business or a non-related field. Leveling courses (prerequisites) are offered for the non-business undergraduate. Business undergraduates may or may not require leveling courses before beginning their graduate study.
The MBA program consists of 36 credit hours that are structured in a convenient 6-week class format for working adults. Skilled and experienced professors with real world expertise instruct the courses and will work directly with you to expand your knowledge and improve your skills. Students will study the areas of human resources, financing, accounting, economics, management and marketing. Courses are a combination of seminars, case studies and simulations, and the entire program can be completed in less than 20 months.
Anderson's MBA program offers Leveling Courses to candidates to help satisfy admission requirements. Leveling courses do not count toward graduation.