Master of Business Administration (MBA)
John Brown University's MBA program provides excellent business training through the application of strategic business concepts, basic biblical principles and ethical decision making to current organizational and industry issues. It combines functional training in essential business skills with training in leadership, ethics and global business. The MBA programs develop and prepare leaders from a broad range of undergraduate majors. Through interaction with faculty and practitioners, students of the MBA program learn to analyze diverse business situations, examine complex problems and provide strategic leadership to organizations.
If your purpose is to lead and manage with a strong set of business skills and ethics, set yourself apart with an MBA from JBU.
MBA classes are offered at JBU's educational centers in Fort Smith, Little Rock and Rogers, as well as online. Additionally, some courses are offered at the Sam M. Walton Development Center in Bentonville for Walmart and Sam's Club associates.
Face-to-face MBA classes are offered from 6:00 to 10:00 p.m. one night per week for eight weeks. Online courses are also eight weeks in length.
The MBA program is also offered online.