The MBA program is designed for active business professionals and individuals with undergraduate degrees, regardless of degree concentration. Our unique program feature allows students with a bachelor’s degree in a field other than business to seek their degree at MBU. There are no prerequisites for Missouri Baptist University’s core MBA courses, making the transition to graduate business study convenient for all college graduates.
ATTEND FULL- OR PART-TIME
The flexible program allows you to take classes when your schedule permits at convenient campus locations. Courses are offered year-round, and typically meet once a week for eight sessions.
LOW TUITION RATES
Missouri Baptist University’s tuition is very competitive. The overall cost, including tuition and fees, is one of the lowest in the area of both private or public schools, and financial aid is available for eligible students. Please contact financial aid for details.
You can attend classes at any of our convenient instructional sites* including:
* Select courses are not offered at all locations.
GREAT PROGRAM + FACULTY
Earn your degree in 18-24 months while learning and using the latest techniques with some of the finest professionals in the business field. The accredited program is built with you in mind—from the class times and flexible subject programs that allow you to focus on your current role or your next position.
For more details, or to request additional information about our Master of Business Administration program, call Missouri Baptist University’s Graduate Admissions Office at 314.392.2327.
The Master of Business Administration program is intended for “middle managers” who have basic experience in small business or corporate settings. Although the curriculum is designed to accommodate students without a specific background in management or business administration, students will be expected to perform at a graduate level in these courses.
While there are no prerequisite business courses required for admission to the program, some students may be advised to complete specific undergraduate courses before enrolling in some of the graduate courses. For example, some students may be advised to take a basic accounting course prior to enrolling in ACCT 503 Managerial Accounting.
The Capstone Project course must be taken last and provides students with the opportunity to synthesize what they have learned in the classroom and demonstrate their ability to apply their skill and knowledge.