Master of Business Administration Degree — Pre 2013
On-Campus and Online MBA Degree Overview
The Master of Business Administration (MBA) is designed for today's professional who operates in a global and rapidly changing environment. The graduate business degree addresses strategic opportunities produced by a global economy, entrepreneurial approaches to problem-solving and capitalizing on new business ventures, as well as the growing need for ethical decision making.
Firmly grounded in traditional business theory and contemporary concepts, our MBA program is further enhanced by the incorporation of Judeo-Christian values, which yield a balanced, Biblical perspective on global integration and effective business practices to help you successfully develop, execute, launch and lead new or expanded enterprises anywhere across the globe.
- MBA classes available on-campus, online or a combination of both
- Full-time or part-time course schedules
- 42 credit-hour MBA degree program
- 16-month fast-track program completion
- Distinguished faculty, international experience
- Classic business disciplines and global perspective
- Unique emphasis on innovation and entrepreneurship
- MBA scholarship and financial aid available
Regent University's MBA offers tremendous flexibility to fit almost any schedule and can be completed in as little as 16 months. Candidates to the MBA program generally have significant work experience (a minimum of two years is desired), which contributes greatly to an exceptional learning environment and a network of colleagues. For online MBA students, an optional residency is available each year in May. The event begins on a Thursday evening and concludes Friday afternoon. This is an excellent opportunity to meet professors and student colleagues in person.
Regent University is a member of ACBSP (Accreditation Council for Business Schools & Programs ), and the MBA program has full ACBSP accreditation.
MBA Program Outcomes
MBA graduates will:
- Develop business ideas based on strategic foresight that align with driving forces that will shape future markets and local communities.
- Develop marketing plans specific to customer/consumer and market needs in global markets.
- Create technology-innovation plans based on consumer needs that bring about growth in corporate products, services and ideas that align with innovation theory.
- Develop human resource systems and plans sensitive to the dynamics of corporate human behavior in different global contexts.
- Create financial analyses and accounting plans for prospective products and services for domestic or global introduction.
- Develop production plans and quality improvement plans for product manufacturing and service delivery in diverse global cultures and environments.
- Research, write and present business plans that meet the funding requirements of the financial investment community for either a new business or a new product/service within an existing company.
In addition to the core course competencies above, our MBA graduates will be able to:
- Apply Biblical principles to contemporary business problems.
- Communicate clearly in both written and oral forms.
- Manage ethically in cross-cultural environments.
- Identify problems in an organization and develop values-based solutions.