Master of Business Administration
In the highly competitive global marketplace, a master’s degree sets you apart for preferred candidacy.
A graduate degree is a great way to pursue a new career, related or unrelated to your undergraduate studies.
Expand your training and skills with an advanced degree.
Professionals with a master's degree earn, on average, $12,000 more than those with a bachelor's degree.
Business school gives you new skills and knowledge that will accelerate your career. While MBA students often set their sights on a job in finance, accounting or healthcare, the hard and soft skills acquired during an MBA program are transferable to a myriad of other roles. Today, you'll find an increasing number of MBAs working in tech, healthcare, consumer goods, government and nonprofits, and many other industries.
Tuition is competitive with MBA programs in the area and is a fixed rate for in-state and out-of-state students.
Full-time and part-time enrollment is available. Full-time students may complete the MBA in one calendar year.
Professors share their expertise while also providing a faith-based foundation for success in the business world.
Chattanooga hosts several major-name employers in business.
Differentiate your MBA and succeed in your dream career. Each full-time and part-time MBA student chooses a professional focus designed and tailored toward individual career goals.
Computer Information Systems
A one-year program that offers endless opportunities to tailor your learning experience.
A part-time approach is ideal for those who want to continue working full-time while earning an MBA.
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