The M.B.A. Program combines functional training in essential business skills with training in leadership, ethics, and global business. The M.B.A. with a concentration in International Business combines functional training with teaching that helps students develop management and leadership skills that can be transferred to many areas in addition to specific multinational knowledge, focusing on the different factors that affect multinational operations management. The 45-hour program is designed to include the necessary foundational courses for those who do not have an undergraduate degree in business.
Student Learning Outcomes
Upon graduation, JBU’s graduate students will be able to.
Demonstrate redemptive behavior by integrating global, ethical and moral practices from a Christian worldview. (Ethics and Christian Worldview)
Use leadership tools needed to build effective organizations in culturally diverse and global contexts. (Global Leadership)
Demonstrate advanced business/organizational skills and knowledge necessary for professional growth and success. (Business/Organizational Skills and Knowledge)
Analyze complex situations, identify relevant issues, apply appropriate concepts and skills, develop conclusions and implement effective actions. (Critical Thinking and Communication)
Design and implement business research that yields actionable insights. (Information Literacy and Research)
Assess and reorganize business practices for an international and multi-cultural workplace. (International Business Program Specific Outcome)
Requirements for the Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) degree with concentration in International Business