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Master of Business Administration

MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

The Master of Business Administration (MBA) will help students become more effective managers and executives in business by providing a framework for understanding business system and for developing system-wide strategies. Taught from a Christian worldview, the curriculum equips students with business leadership principles and practices that will serve them in their current employment and maximize their future career potential.

 

Whether as an employee in a public organization or a leader of a ministry or non-profit organization, the MBA program at the University of Valley Forge will provide students with the necessary tools to effectively lead organizations and meet the challenges leaders face from a biblical perspective.

 

All courses in the program are 7 weeks in length. The degree can be completed in as few as 18 months.

Through a Master in Business Administration, you will:

  • Communicate in writing and through presentations and academic research that addresses critical issues in business administration
  • Assess various business theories and explain the impact those theories and models have on the development of a business
  • Analyze your own business management style and develop steps in which to more effectively lead and manage businesses 

  • Define, articulate, and embrace a personal philosophy of servanthood, integrity, ethics, and business management that is grounded in a Judeo-Christian worldview and values system
  • Demonstrate business knowledge, capabilities, and characteristics to positively impact the marketplace

To be eligible for acceptance into the program, you must:

  • Hold a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with a minimum GPA of 2.75 on a 4.0 scale
  • Submit a letter of reference from your organization endorsing your participation in the program, or from a recent professor

  • Submit official undergraduate and graduate transcripts. Send official transcripts of credits earned at all institutions of higher education. This program will accept up to six transfer credits of graduate education, depending on applicability