Northwest University

Master of Business Administration

The School of Business and Management at Northwest University is committed to developing socially responsible leaders for today's rapidly changing world. We believe the purpose of business is to serve others. Organizations that provide goods and services benefit not just investors, but also customers, employees, and the common good. To be effective servants, organizational leaders need competence and integrity. The online MBA program is designed to prepare working professionals for higher levels of management responsibility so they will be able to serve their organizations as innovative and effective leaders. Our students learn how to lead so they can make a difference in the organizations that they serve.

Our online MBA mirrors our successful on-site MBA program and incorporates the best online instruction practices to provide you with a high-quality online experience. Our online MBA will fully prepare you for professional career development so that you can lead with excellence and integrity.

Graduates from the NU MBA program work in businesses and non-profit organizations throughout the world. Many students have received promotions or obtained new positions during the course of their studies or upon graduation.

The MBA's strong core curriculum covers functional areas of business (operations, marketing, finance) as well as leadership soft-skill development and corporate strategy analysis, all in the context of Christian values. The 39-credit program can be completed in 23 months in the part-time program, taking one course at a time (40 credits for non-business majors). Admission requirements include a Bachelor of Arts or Science from a regionally accredited college or university, a minimum of a 3.0 grade point average, and a completed application packet. The GMAT requirement is waived for students with a 3.2 undergraduate GPA and at least two years of full-time professional employment.

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