Biblically rooted. Business-driven.

Business Administration: MBA

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Challenge the status quo. Create your own path. Make a difference. All, through business.

Online | Don’t Stop Life to Study
Biblically faithful & personally flexible. That’s your education—elevated.
Months to Complete
36 credit program tailored to speed through or go slower if life gets too hectic—that’s convenient.
Cost Per Credit
And graduate students can receive aid & scholarships.

Elevate Your Future from the Ground Up

Mastering every aspect of business is no easy task. But you’re up for the challenge, and we’ve got your back. Prepare to explore business from the inside out. Organizational dynamics and customer demand. Personnel management, entrepreneurship, economics, logistics, and analytics. Leadership theories, managerial principles, marketing concepts, and more.

From fundamental techniques to complex global strategies, expand your understanding and lead the way in today’s market. Lead. Serve. And elevate the world of business, all through a Christian perspective. That’s how you make a difference, through an MBA at NGU.

  • Financial Planning Concentration
  • Human Resources Concentration

What Can I Do with a Masters Degree in Business Administration?

With a Master’s in Business Administration (MBA), you can pursue a wide range of careers in various industries.

In addition to these specific careers, an MBA can also prepare you for a variety of other roles in business. MBAs are in high demand, and they can earn high salaries. According to the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC), the median starting salary for MBA graduates in the United States was $115,000 in 2022.

If you are interested in a career in business, an MBA can be a valuable investment.

Business Consultant

Business Development Manager


Financial Analyst

Human Resources Manager

Management Consultant

Marketing Manager

Product Manager

Project Manager

Strategy Consultant

Business Beside Experienced & Faithful Leaders

Martin R. Jones, PhD, JD
Associate Dean, Graduate and Online Business Programs

A Biblical Approach to Business Admin

Students must have already completed a statistics and accounting course during their undergraduate work and earned a letter grade of B or higher in order to continue through the M.B.A. program at NGU.

Organizational Behavior

Issues in Professional Ethics

Business Analytics

Human Resources Management

Managerial Accounting

The Marketing Process

Research Methods in Business

Financial Management

Small Business and Entrepreneurship

Managerial Economics

Operations Management

Business Strategy

Human Resources Selection and Placement

Human Resources Compensation and Development

International Human Resources

Strategic Issues in Human Resources

Have Questions about the MBA Graduate Program?

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Martin R. Jones, PhD, JD

Associate Dean, Graduate and Online Business Programs
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