Frequently Asked Questions

What is the curriculum like?

The MBA curriculum adopts and implements three creative components: a cohort-based learning model, a fully integrated curriculum, and a transformational learning experience for personal and professional development. Graduates of Bryan College’s MBA Program will demonstrate moral and ethical decision-making skills, an ability to employ qualitative and quantitative analytical tools, an understanding of complex financial and economic indicators, an appreciation for the intricacies of strategic planning, and an ability to synthesize all of the program learning outcomes to show that they understand and can apply outcomes to influence organizational structure, culture, and control systems.

What courses are offered?
Please see the course of study page for a complete listing of classes offered.

How many hours does it take to graduate with an MBA at Bryan College?
The total number of hours required for the MBA at Bryan is 36 semester hours. The program is adult-oriented, cohort modular-based and designed for working professionals. Classes meet every other Saturday at the Krystal Building in downtown Chattanooga with computer mediated sessions on the alternate weeks. Full-time, terminally qualified Bryan College faculty, along with select specialists from the business community, provide instructional excellence in the MBA Program.

How much does it cost?
The cost of the MBA at Bryan is $5,880 per term for three terms . This fee is for tuition and does not include books, graduation fees, etc. Financial Aid is available to assist with the cost of the program.

How do I apply?
Applications are now being accepted for enrollment in the next cohort of the MBA at Bryan. Here are the steps to the admissions process:

  1. Must have a bachelor's degree with a minimum 2.75 GPA.
  2. Complete the Application Online.
  3. Include a current résumé.
  4. Secure two letters of recommendation (one work-related reference).
  5. Submit a $50 non-refundable application fee.
  6. Request official copies of your college transcripts.
  7. The entrance exam (BCTST) will be administered during the first course. 
Congratulations on taking this important step toward achieving a graduate education in business administration that will provide challenging new career opportunities. If you have any questions regarding the MBA at Bryan, please contact an MBA admissions counselor toll free at 877.256.7008 or  to discuss the details of this exciting graduate program in business administration.