MBA Programs

MBA Programs

Master of Business Administration

Program Overview

The WJU MBA equips graduates to be highly-competent, principled and innovative leaders in business and society. The MBA curriculum is relevant, quantitative and applicable for servant-leaders in both for-profit and non-profit organizations (churches, para-church ministries, healthcare and government organizations); the ethical framework integrated throughout the curriculum makes the WJU MBA distinct and different on purpose. The substantive and vital management skills of planning, controlling, decision making and organizational leadership are developed and strategically applied throughout the program; moreover, MBA students are challenged within a dynamic experiential learning environment to be effective transformational leaders with a global perspective.

Quick Facts

  • Credits: 38 Units
  • Time to complete: 24 months
  • 1 evening a week
  • 7 week classes
  • No GMAT required
  • GPA>3.0
  • $620 per unit (Financial Aid available. Yellow Ribbon College for Veterans)
  • WASC accredited

Learning Outcomes

  • Create an ethical framework to make effective business decisions which analyze the implications of managements decisions in situations of each particular client.
  • Look into the macroeconomic business climate and figure out its effort on organizations investment decisions.
  • Deploy financial tools such as internal rate of return (IRR), net present value (NPV), and the capital asset pricing model (CAPM) to critically evaluate corporate finance decisions and strategies.
  • Design a strategic marketing plan for an organization based upon a thorough assessment of potential markets and competitors for a given product or service.
  • Understand an organization’s financial transactions and organize them into relevant managerial financial reports in order to efficiently evaluate the organization’s financial position.
  • Formulate a global business perspective regarding corporate governance, international collaboration, and global operations.


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