Master of Business Administration

Master of Business Administration



Students who successfully complete the M.B.A. curriculum will:
1. Be able to interpret the principal concepts, theories, and practices in the functional areas of business.
2. Be able to recommend alternative business decisions supported by Biblical principles and concepts.
3. Be able to demonstrate the capacity to manage organizational problems and issues from a multidisciplinary perspective.
4. Be able to identify the opportunities and challenges of globalization and apply managerial skills to global business issues.
5. Be able to demonstrate well-developed leadership, and teamwork skills for the effective implementation of organizational policy.
6. Be able to create coherent forms of both narrative and persuasive types of communication to diverse professional audiences.

Admission Prerequisites (12 credits)

To be admitted to the MBA program, the candidate’s transcripts must show undergraduate level coursework (or equivalent) covering the following prerequisite courses. Otherwise, students must take at least two prerequisite courses in the first semester and finish taking all prerequisite courses within the first year of MBA program. The prerequisite courses may be opened during the Summer and Winter sessions.
1. ECO 201 Microeconomics
2. ECO 202 Macroeconomics
3. ENG 201 College English II
4. MAT 101 College Math

Graduation Requirements

  1. M.B.A. students must satisfactorily complete a minimum of 48credits: Students must satisfactorily complete the major requirements (30 credits), business electives (15 credits), and core course (3 credits)
  2. A cumulative grade point average of 2.5 must be maintained.
  3. M.B.A. students must satisfactorily pass the graduation exams.

Degree Requirements

LIL 500 Library Information Literacy 0 credit

WUV Core Course 3 credit

BIB  501        Survey of the Bible

Major Requirements (30 credits)

1. ACC 502 Financial Accounting
2. BUS 502 Human Resource Management
3. BUS 503 Financial Management (Pre: ACC502)
4. BUS 504 Operations and Supply Management
5. BUS 505 Marketing Management
6. BUS 506 Management Information Systems
7. BUS 507 Strategic Management
8. BUS 510 Organization Theory
9. BUS 600 Managerial Statistics
10. BUS 700 Business Research

Free Electives (15 credits)

The following courses are recommended for the MBA major electives, but other courses can be freely taken from other majors as needed. If five (5) or more elective courses are taken from a Concentration, the MBA degree diploma will be awarded with a note of completing a Concentration program such as Management Information System (MIS) or Computer Science (CS) Concentration. If five (5) or more elective courses are taken broadly across different concentrations, the diploma will be awarded as the Master of Business Administration. This flexible approach for elective courses is effective for the current students who are in the MBA Management or Information Technology (IT) Concentration Program from 2021 Fall semester.

Management Elective Courses

  • ACC 701 Federal Taxation (Pre: ACC211)
  • BUS 501 Organizational Behavior (Required)
  • BUS 702 Business Law and Ethics
  • BUS 703 Labor Relations
  • BUS 704 International Business
  • BUS 705 International Financial Management (Pre: BUS503)
  • BUS 707 Corporate Governance
  • BUS 708 Consumer Behavior (Pre: BUS505)
  • BUS 709 Risk and Insurance
  • BUS 710 Christian and Business
  • BUS 712 Small Business Management
  • BUS 713 Investment Strategies (Pre: ACC502)
  • BUS 714 Digital Marketing (Pre: BUS505)
  • BUS 715 Project Management
  • BUS 716 Survey of Economics
  • ECO 501 Managerial Economics
  • ECO 602 Global Economic Environment
  • ECO 603 Economics of Development
  • BUS 790 Co-operative Education Program Practicum

Management Information System (MIS) Concentration Courses

  • MIS 531 Database Design (MIT 531)
  • MIS 539 Big Data Analytics in Business (MIT 539)
  • MIS 550 Introduction to Data Science (MIT 550)
  • MIS 551 Data Mining (Pre: CS 542)(MIT 551)
  • MIS 552 Applied Machine Learning (Pre: CS542) (MIT 552)
  • MIS 553 Deep Learning (Pre: CS 542)(MIT553)
  • MIS 554 Natural Language Processing(MIT 554)
  • MIS 556 Big Data on Amazon Web Services(MIT 556)

Computer Science (CS) Concentration Courses

  • CS 532 Advanced Network Securities (MIT 532)
  • CS 533 Network Infrastructure Planning (MIT 533)
  • CS 534 Cyber Securities(MIT 534)
  • CS 536 Information Technology Governance (MIT 536)
  • CS 537 Mobile Application Concepts (MIT 537)
  • CS 540 Principles of Programming Languages (MIT 540)
  • CS 541 Fundamentals of Web Programming (MIT 541)
  • CS 542 Object Oriented Programming (MIT 542)
  • CS 543 Windows Programming (MIT 543)
  • CS 545 Software Development in Python(MIT 545)
  • CS 557 Artificial Intelligence(MIT 557)

*15 credits may include courses alone or courses and practicum.