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The MBA at The Master’s University Online provides students with the skills and knowledge they need to be leaders in the business world.

The Online MBA program, designed by business leaders with real-world experience, will train you to become the leader God has gifted you to be. As a TMU MBA graduate, you will be ready to meet the challenges facing today’s organizations and effectively lead them into the future, with an emphasis on integrity and an eternal impact for the Kingdom of God.

Courses

The TMU MBA program teaches modern business rooted in the Word of God so that students can become leaders who integrate Scripture in all areas of their personal and professional life.

BUS510 3 Units

A comprehensive study of the relationship between government policy, economic trends, and business performance. This course includes an overview of the contents and structure of TMU’s entire online MBA program and must be taken as the first course in the program.

BUS520 3 Units

The course is a study of the procedures and organization of the United States legal system. The course will also provide an in-depth study of tort liability, contracts, and common law. Prerequisite: BUS510.

MKT561 3 Units

An introduction to foundational marketing concepts followed by a study of advanced and cutting-edge techniques. Prerequisite: BUS510.

INB511 3 Units

A study of the current state of international business, which will include an advanced analysis of the economic and cultural environments present in today’s global marketplace. Prerequisite: BUS510.

ACC520 3 Units

Students learn to prepare and analyze financial statements. Students apply these skills to corporate decision making and evaluation processes. Prerequisite: BUS510.

ACC510 3 Units

The course covers the application of basic and advanced accounting methods for the purpose of informing management decisions. Prerequisite: ACC520.

FIN540 3 Units

A comprehensive study of financial forces on the firm. Students learn advanced financial analysis techniques for use in management decisions. Prerequisites: ACC510, ACC520, and BUS510.

BUS530 3 Units

Students learn to conduct and interpret statistical analyses of common business problems using ANOVA, single and multiple regression, probability, and other techniques. Prerequisite: BUS510.

MGT550 3 Units

Students learn operational and decision-making methods to quantitatively optimize business processes. Prerequisites: BUS510 and BUS530.

MIS510 3 Units

A critical overview of the design, application, and assessment of information systems. Students also learn effective practices for the management of information technology specialists. Prerequisite: BUS510.

MGT510 3 Units

A critical overview of the design, application, and assessment of information systems. Students also learn effective practices for the management of information technology specialists. Prerequisite: BUS510.

MGT590 3 Units

The course is a study of the knowledge, skills, and exceptional traits possessed by successful leaders. This course includes a capstone experience in which the students apply what they have learned to the study of business cases and simulations of business situations. (This course must be taken as the last course in the online MBA program.)

Prerequisites

The following courses may be required if not complete in your undergraduate program.

ECN200 3 Units

An introduction to macroeconomic principles and terminology. The primary focus is on the aggregate U.S. economy and the policy decisions that state and federal lawmakers face. Topics include a review of the economic problem, measuring GNP, money and banking, interest rates, monetary and fiscal policy, inflation, and unemployment. A basic knowledge of mathematics and graphs is assumed.

ECN210 3 Units

An introduction to microeconomic principles and terminology. The primary focus is on the business firm and the decisions it faces. Topics include review of the economic problem, mechanics of supply and demand, elasticities, consumer utility, production costs, and the competitive environment. A basic knowledge of mathematics and graphs is assumed.

B121 3 Units

This course is designed to provide the first-year student with the proper framework to think biblically via exploration of inerrancy, hermeneutics, and worldview. The student will begin to form a conviction about the nature of God’s Word, how it should be interpreted, and that every part of life and existence must be informed by truth. This sets up the importance of the education at The Master’s University in its entire curriculum, both G.E. and major courses, and helps every student understand how Christian thought builds the church and makes an eternal impact.

MGT422 3 Units

This course is designed to give students a comprehensive introduction to all primary business elements. In preparation for the MBA program, students are guided through the strategic process of business decision making. Students develop a cursory understanding of mission, vision, financial analysis, marketing, internal analysis, external analysis, decision making, ethics, and global issues.

Career Outcomes

The MBA program prepares students to fulfill their leadership potential as Christians in the business world.

TMU MBA graduates are trained in the essential areas of business leadership and have cultivated the skills needed to thrive in a competitive business environment. Graduates will be ready to meet the challenges facing today’s organizations and effectively lead them into the future, with an emphasis on integrity and an eternal impact for the Kingdom of God.

  • Executive/Financial Officer
  • Financial Manager
  • Investment Banker
Admission Requirements

The Master’s University is committed to providing quality Christian education to believers around the world.

To be admitted as a graduate, degree-seeking student in the School of Online Education, you must meet the following requirements:*

  • Have a clear profession of faith in Jesus Christ as your personal Savior.
  • Have completed a bachelor’s degree at a regionally accredited college or university with a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of at least a 2.75.
  • Submit official transcripts from all other colleges and universities attended.
  • *Individual programs may have additional requirements.
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Number of Credit Hours
12
Months (not including GE requirements)
$595
Per Credit (Major Courses)
$21,420
Total Avg. Cost (not including prerequisites)
Class Type
8-week, 100% online classes
  • Theresa Egger Sr. Enrollment Specialist
    Theresa Egger Sr. Enrollment Specialist
    (661) 362-2672
    tegger@masters.edu