Master of Business Administration
A Master of Business Administration (MBA) at NCWC educates students for professional advancement and lifelong learning in their communities. The MBA is designed for students seeking to develop their knowledge and broaden their skills in management and leadership. The curriculum is designed to enhance students’ ability to develop and implement organization strategies that deliver business results. Offering concentrations in Executive Leadership and Information Systems.
Wesleyan is the only private, non-profit college currently offering an online MBA degree in the region.
Insurance & Risk Management
Real Estate: Financing, Investment & Property Management
Operations Management & Logistics
Program Features & Highlights:
Take classes from anywhere! The MBA program is 100% online in accelerated 8-week terms.
Complete your degree at your pace with a full-time or part-time schedule. Multiple start dates and earn your degree in as little as 12 months.
NCWC’s graduate tuition rates are extremely competitive compared to other graduate schools in the U.S.
Our engaging faculty have real-world professional experience to ensure you are challenged and supported through practical coursework.
MBA Program Overview
An undergraduate degree in BUS or related field
Resume with two references
(Must be able to provide reference letters upon request)
Complete a statement of purpose
No GRE or GMAT required
Minimum undergraduate GPA 2.5
Note: Graduate school applicants with a cumulative GPA below 2.5 may still be considered based upon other factors submitted in the application
Fall Semester: June 1
Spring Semester: November 1
Summer Session: March 1
Courses in the program build skills in critical areas such as: decision making, conflict resolution, ethics and management strategies. Students will also gain increased knowledge and understanding of the dynamics of operating in a global business environment.
|BUS 600||Organizational Behavior Leadership||3|
|BUS 605||Business Ethics||3|
|BUS 610||Accounting for Managers||3|
|BUS 615||Managerial Economics||3|
|BUS 620||Corporate Finance||3|
|BUS 625||Business Law||3|
|BUS 635||Marketing Management||3|
|BUS 630||Information Technology for Decisions Makers||3|
|BUS 640||Operations Management & Supply Chain Management||3|
|BUS 645||Strategic Management||3|
|BUS 650||Special Topics||3|
Information Systems Concentration:
|CIS 600||Privacy and Policy in Information Systems||3|
|CIS 605||Principles of IT Security||3|
|CIS 610||Management of Information Security||3|
|CIS 615||IT Risk Assessment||3|
Executive Leadership Concentration:
|BUS 715||Leaders as Change Agents||3|
|BUS 705||Leading through Collaboration & Conflict||3|
|BUS 710||Cultural & Diversity Leadership||3|
|BUS 720||Leadership Consulting||3|