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The primary goal of the Master of Business Administration program at King University
is to prepare students to be effective, strategic leaders and managers. The program
assists students in directly integrating management research, theoretical constructs,
skills abilities, and ethical practices within their own contemporary-professional
The program is a blend of intensive classroom case analysis with individual preparation
and small group discussion. An emphasis is placed on managing for quality results.
The MBA curriculum adopts and implements three creative components: a team-based learning
model, a fully-integrated curriculum, and a transformational learning experience for
personal and professional skill development.
The MBA program is a 36-hour program, designed for recent baccalaureate graduates
who have little work experience.
MBA program graduates will be prepared to meet the following competency outcomes:
The case method is based on a four-step learning process, which allows for complete
understanding and integration of the materials. The four-step learning process is
An essential part of our approach is teamwork. Each learning team is typically made
up of five to six students, assembled by the program director at the beginning of
each school year. Teams are designed to promote the diversity of students' professional
and academic backgrounds. Gender, country of origin, professional experience, and
fall section assignments are some of the attributes considered in the formation of
Learning teams also allow students to share and test ideas before presenting them
in class. Teams are not expected to provide all of the answers. Rather, students learn
how to work within a group while mastering new concepts and skills. In order to create
a high-performing team, students must be committed to the group.
The School of Business hosts a number of guest speakers and corporate visits throughout
the year. Students participate in Chamber of Commerce meetings and events.The program
director also coordinates an active community service program.
The MBA program requires a laptop with Microsoft Office 2010 and wireless capability.