Master of Business Administration
Maryville’s MBA students experience a dynamic blend of academic study and professional experience. We prepare leaders, executives, managers, entrepreneurs, and educators looking to compete in a rapidly changing business world. At Maryville, you’ll build the competencies needed to carry out traditional managerial functions, develop a flexible leadership approach, plan your own business, and be able to respond more efficiently and ethically to an ever-evolving business environment. Plus, what you learn in the classroom will be immediately applicable in your current employment setting. If you would like a broader understanding of business, if you enjoy intellectual challenges and if you want to sharpen your problem-solving abilities, Maryville’s MBA program is right for you.
Earn your MBA, your way.
The MBA is offered in convenient, eight week, evening, online and blended formats to help you balance your professional and personal obligations with your education.
Early Access Program – Designed for current Maryville students, the Early Access program lets you accelerate your progress toward an MBA during your senior year. Qualified students can take up to 12 credit hours at the graduate level, which count toward both a bachelor’s and a master’s degree. The bottom line: Early Access saves you time and money. Maryville University students who have a cumulative gpa of 3.3 and a minimum of 100 hours completed may apply for early admission into the graduate program. Students should meet with their academic adviser for information or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
MBA Certificates – Not sure you are ready to commit to an entire MBA program just yet? Get started in one of our graduate certificate programs to enhance your skills and decide if the MBA is right for you!
- Application for admission
- Personal letter explaining qualifications for graduate work
- Official transcripts from previous institutions attended
Corporate tuition discounts are available with select corporate partners. Ask your admissions representative for additional information.