Master of Business Administration (MBA)
- 8-week courses, 100% online
- Spring start dates: January 11 & March 15
- Summer start dates: May 10 & July 6
- Fall start dates: August 30 & October 25
- No application fee
- No GRE/GMAT
- Affordable tuition with no additional fees
- Academic support services
DC's MBA is designed to provide leadership skills and training for students and the community by utilizing the strength of the established liberal arts base of the college in an innovative and interdisciplinary manner within the context of a business program.
Success in the program requires a basic knowledge of economics and analytic reasoning, along with a sound base in accounting, finance, and marketing. Emphasis in the program will be placed on a practical and working knowledge of a wide variety of leadership approaches, an ethical philosophy of leadership, and an appreciation of social, legal, and global issues. The need to utilize knowledge from many academic disciplines and sources, the acquisition of skills that will be of immediate use in the student's working environment, concern with the human aspect of organizational effectiveness, and every opportunity to utilize computer technology will be the underlying themes of our MBA program.
The ultimate goal of the MBA program is to graduate students who have, through the practical application of course work, learned the value of current leadership theory and practice and have developed an ethical context in which this theory and practice may be applied. The process of utilizing the students' actual job sites as laboratories in making the transfer of classroom knowledge to the workplace is a unique but important feature of the program.
Business Program Mission Statement
The Business Department offers a strong curriculum, outstanding professors, and experiential learning that provide students with depth of knowledge and real-life perspective for meeting the challenges of today's business and economic environment. The mission of the Business Department is to enable students to develop the knowledge and skills to succeed in ever-changing business settings.
The Department of Business has received specialized accreditation for its business programs through the International Accreditation Council for Business Education (IACBE) located at 11374 Strang Line Road in Lenexa, Kansas, USA. The specialized accreditation for one or more programs of the Department of Economics, Business, and Accounting is currently on Deferral of Action on Accreditation. For a list of program accreditation status(es), please view our IACBE member status page.