Master of Business Administration

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Now offering an Operations Management concentration and a Pharm.D.–M.B.A. dual degree.

Cedarville University’s Christian M.B.A. online program is specifically designed for Christian professionals who view their work as a platform for ministry. You're busy, so we've designed a program just for you:

  • Online courses, offered in flexible eight-week terms, are taught by highly qualified faculty who personally interact with students
  • Affordable tuition and financial aid options (total program is 24 months long and costs about $21,000)
  • A dedicated program advisor will help you to pursue your educational goal while working and balancing other commitments
  • Course websites are optimized for multiple devices including computers, tablets, and smartphones
You’ll study business topics through a biblical lens that emphasize:
    Personal Excellence:
  • High Standards
  • Ethical & Moral
  • Wisdom & Discernment
    Business Excellence:
  • Products & Services
  • Internal Environment
  • Continuous Quality
    Personal Mission:
  • Serving Others
  • Reflect Godliness
  • Salt & Light
    Business Mission:
  • Redemptive Actions
  • Extending Shalom
  • Flourishing Others
    Personal Leadership:
  • Others First
  • Teachable Spirit
  • Mercy & Grace
    Business Leadership:
  • Humble & Serving
  • Compassionate
  • Firm Convictions
    Personal Stewardship:
  • Talents & Skills
  • Time & Money
  • Accountability
    Business Stewardship:
  • Sustainable Profits
  • Stakeholder Interests
  • CSR

Our online M.B.A. programs will enable you to engage with colleagues around the world, learn through highly interactive course material, and navigate easily through all aspects of the program.

Ready to take the next step toward professional excellence and mission-focused leadership? Cohorts are forming now!*

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Why Choose Cedarville's M.B.A.?

*Cohorts generally include 10 new students and begin three times a year (August, January, and May).