Realize your personal and professional goals by earning your Master in Business Administration onsite or online. Whatever delivery method you choose, the program is designed to accommodate the lifestyle of busy adults. Earning an MBA prepares students for positions of leadership in today’s fast-paced work arena. Coursework is delivered in an accelerated format, allowing students to finish in as little as 18 months. Program features include leadership formation, academic rigor, technological competence, global astuteness, research orientation, and service commitment.


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The next opportunity to start classes in the Bryan College School of Adult and Graduate Studies is:

March 12, 2015

For more information contact an admissions counselor.

Admission Requirements

  • Bachelor’s Degree with a minimum 2.75 GPA.
  • Complete the online application at least one month prior to the start of the first class.
  • Current resume.
  • Two (2) work or academic related letters of recommendation.
  • Students must have regular access to a personal computer to check email, access syllabi, and to receive official communication from faculty and staff. Before beginning a course in our program, students must complete the online orientation and online pretest for Bryan College through Moodle.

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MBA Tuition & Fees

Direct Full-Time Expenses

Tuition per credit hour: $495
Total for entire program: $17,640
Technology Fee (per semester): $50
Additional Fees and Expenses:

BCTST (first term only): $50
Graduation Fee (due two week before commencement exercises): $50
Additional Indirect Expenses* (estimated)
Books and Supplies: $500
*Expenses determined by individual needs are not included. Provided for planning purposes and subject to change.




Faculty Profiles

“As an instructor, I seek to encourage students and show them what a difference a relationship with Christ has made in my own life.”

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Since the time I was in elementary school I found myself helping fellow students and explaining difficult concepts to them, particularly in math. Though those experiences, I discovered that I enjoyed that role as a teacher.

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“Throughout my education, I had women and men invest in me in such a way that made education alluring and provocative. They inspired me.”

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