Eastern Mennonite University Part Time MBA
The master's program in business administration at Eastern Mennonite University prepares graduates to make significant contributions to their organizations in ways that also benefit their communities and humanity. The MBA is distinct in its orientation toward promoting the common good and viewing organizational leaders as vital influencing agents in the turn toward a more sustainable future--social, ecological, and economic. This comprehensive lens includes a strong stakeholder approach and an emphasis on ethics and stewardship of the earth and its many resources. Designed for the working professional, MBA students join a cohort of peers who take their core classes together one night a week, with each class meeting face-to-face on the EMU campus every other week; in-between sessions are delivered in an online format. The 36-hour program offers tracks in general management, nonprofit management, and health administration, and students taking the standard course load (2 courses/term) and sequence finish in two years. Students without an undergraduate business degree are welcome, though prerequisite courses may be needed.