Master of Business Administration
DWU offers an M.B.A. program with an entrepreneurial and strategic leadership slant, enhanced by a values-driven approach. Regionalized Focus: We understand you are looking for the tools to succeed in smaller, non-publicly traded businesses present in our region, and we’re here to help. Our Master of Business Administration is designed to serve the region in small and medium-sized businesses. We tailored our online program this way as a means to better serve you, the online student. The entrepreneurial and strategic leadership slant of our M.B.A. program is enhanced by a values-driven emphasis on servant leadership, making both intelligent and ethical business decisions, and effective communication. Students are challenged to think critically and plan their way through business issues that are in a constant state of flux because of the dynamics of changing environmental factors.
Convenient and customizable model to allow for individualized planning. Convenience: Complete coursework anytime, anywhere without ever having to come to campus. 8-week courses: There are two entry points each year, August and January. The next entry point is August 22, 2016. Meaningful Connections: Build collaborative relationships with faculty and students alike. 12 months: Attend full time and complete the program in as little as one year. Flexibility: Attend the program part-time, as needed, for a healthy work/life balance.
To be eligible for admission, you must meet the following criteria:
- A bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution
- If your bachelor’s degree is not in a business-related field, you will have an opportunity to complete the required leveling courses through Peregrine Academic Services in order to meet the requirements for admission into the M.B.A. program. The program is self-paced and can be explained in further detail by an admissions counselor.
- 2.75 GPA
About the School
Dakota Wesleyan University has always been a place of community; a place where students become a part of something larger than just a college.