Graduate programs in business

In just two years, attending class just one night a week, Bluffton graduate students can complete a

Courses are offered in three convenient locations Bluffton, Edison Community College in Piqua and Northwest State Community College in Archbold.

Students complete the program in cohorts of approximately 20 students. Courses emphasize interactive, experiential learning rather than the traditional lecture. Our next cohorts begin in August.
 
 

PROGRAM CHARACTERISTICS

  • .Admission to the MBA/MAOM programs do not require an undergraduate business degree.
  • Students enhance their managerial skills through extensive investigations of management issues.
  • Classes are interactive in nature with opportunities for experiential learning.
  • Students receive personalized attention from faculty members who hold appropriate advanced degrees in relevant fields of study.
  • Evening classes permit students to continue full-time employment.

 

Online Collaborative MBA

Three institutions affiliated with the Mennonite Education Agency – Bluffton University, Eastern Mennonite University in Virginia, and Goshen College in Indiana – have joined forces to launch "The Collaborative MBA" to shape "transformative leaders."

"We're interested in developing authentic leaders who understand that personal, business, organizational, and community existence and success are tied to the sustainability of local and global systems," said George Lehman, director of the graduate programs in business at Bluffton.

The curriculum is based on the concept of "leadership for the common good" which includes values of spirituality, community, leading as service, justice, sustainability and global citizenship in addition to the usual MBA topics of budgeting, strategic planning and marketing.
>>> more about the Online Collaborative MBA

 

For more information about Bluffton's Graduate Programs in Business, contact

Office of Adult and Graduate Education
800-488-3257, option 4
419-358-3897
adulted@bluffton.edu

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