Waldorf University’s Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree program develops current and future business leaders to succeed in the global business marketplace. As a Waldorf MBA student, you’ll gain a strong understanding of finance, management, marketing, human resource management, economics, accounting and management information systems.
Why Earn Your MBA at Waldorf?
Designing your own MBA degree concentration allows you to customize your MBA to best fit your career interests, whether you are new to the business world or a seasoned business expert taking the next step in your education.
Our MBA courses feature a high level of student-faculty interaction and collaboration, as well as valuable opportunities for students to interact with each other and learn together.
Earn your MBA Online Around Your Busy Schedule
Whether you are working full-time, have a family, have other personal obligations—or all of the above—earning your MBA online allows you maximum convenience and flexibility.
Waldorf makes it easy to earn your MBA online by offering our highly regarded MBA degree course content with the latest interactive technology and remote course delivery systems. You’ll feel like you’re right there in the classroom with your professors and classmates.
Learn from Supportive, Expert MBA Faculty
Our MBA degree program faculty are practicing professionals in their fields, offering extensive experience that will help you understand the realities of the business world. Our faculty members are dedicated to your success. They take the time to mentor and guide you as you progress through your courses to earn your MBA online.
MBA Online Curriculum Overview
Waldorf’s MBA degree requires the successful completion of a total of 36 credit hours. First, you’ll complete 21 credit hours of core coursework. After completing your core MBA degree coursework, you’ll then complete five graduate-level electives (or your concentration courses) for a total of 15 credit hours.
Our Master of Business Administration program also allows you to design a concentration that best fits your career path and goals. After completing the core MBA courses, you may choose courses in one of the following concentration areas:
This program is available online only.
- Public Administration
- Health Care Management
- Instructional Design and Technology
- Criminal Justice Leadership
- Human Resources
- Sport Management
- Emergency Management Leadership
- Fire/Rescue Executive Leadership
- Project Management
|ACC||5301||Management Applications of Accounting||3|
|HRM||5200||Human Resource Management||3|
|MBA||5401||Management Information Systems||3|
|MBA||6053||Economics for Managers||3|
|Major Requirement Credit Hours||21|
|Professional Electives Credit Hours||15|
|To satisfy general concentration requirements, students may select any five graduate level courses not used to meet other requirements to fulfill their specific career needs.|
|Total Credit Hours||36|