Master of Business Administration | MBA

The purpose of the North Greenville University MBA program is to equip students with the advanced tools enabling them to assume leadership roles in the business or professional community while gaining a Christ-centered perspective.

A 36-Hour Program*

The Curriculum

The MBA curriculum focuses on critical aspects of research and scholarship in business and management. Students may enter the program at any stage. Classes meet at times that are convenient to the working professional’s schedule.

Students will take the following courses in completion of graduation requirements:

  1. MRKT 5310  The Marketing Process
  2. BUSN 5340 Human Resource Management
  3. BUSN 5320 Quantitative Methods in Business
  4. BUSN 5350 Research Methods in Business
  5. ECON 5310  Economics for Managers
  6. ACCT 5310 Managerial Accounting
  7. BUSN 5380 Financial Management
  8. BUSN 5360 Operations Management
  9. BUSN 5315 Small Business and Entrepreneurship 
  10. BUSN 6300 Business Strategy (CAPSTONE CLASS--TAKEN IN LAST TERM)

In addition, students will be required to take the following courses to insure the purposes of the university graduate programs:

  1. BUSN 5100  Issues in Professional Ethics
  2. BUSN 5000 Organizational Behavior

*Students without sufficient background in accounting will be required to take Financial Accounting at the undergraduate level.

MBA Matriculation Plan