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Master of Business Administration (MBA)

Program Highlights

  • To prepare students to be effective, strategic leaders and managers.
  • Assist students in directly integrating management research, theoretical constructs, skills, abilities, and ethical practices within their own contemporary-professional situation.
  • Directed towards managing for quality results.
  • Including one specialization in Healthcare Administration, Human Resource Management, Management, Management Information Systems, Marketing, or Project Management, delivered in an online format.
King University Program - MBA

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Participative Methodology

  • The MBA program is a blend of intensive classroom case analysis with individual preparation and small group discussion.
  • Each learning team is typically made up of three to four students, assembled at the beginning of the school year. Students find the curriculum both challenging and rewarding. The program utilizes the case method, which is based on a four-step learning process allowing for complete understanding and integration of the materials.

Daytime MBA

  • Accelerated Pace
  • Attend Fall, Spring, and Summer.
  • 12-month program duration.
  • Integrate theory and academic content with personal internship experience.
  • Use your experience in the classroom.
  • Students are in a cohort, usually 15-20 in size.
  • Required business internship; can be completed in 1 or 2 semesters.
  • Including one specialization in Healthcare Administration, Human Resource Management, Management, Management Information Systems, Marketing, or Project Management, delivered in an online format.

Evenings MBA

  • 2 years work experience required
  • Accelerated Pace
  • Team based structure: Enroll in a small group usually 20-25 in size.
  • Proactive customer service. You’re not a number.
  • Program completed in 16 months (4 semesters).
    • Classes meet one night per week for 12 months.
    • Specializations classes will be completed online during your last semester
    • Take one course at a time.
    • Each course lasts 5 weeks.
    • Each on campus class session is 4 hours long.
  • Specializations: Healthcare Administration, Human Resource Management, Management, Management Information Systems, Marketing, or Project Management, delivered in an online format.
Faculty
Alexander Brumlik
School of Business, Economics & Technology
Jason Caudill
School of Business, Economics & Technology
Mary Connor
School of Business, Economics & Technology
George Darko
School of Business, Economics & Technology
Sam Evans
School of Business, Economics & Technology
Chris Kauffman
Chris Kauffman
School of Business, Economics & Technology
Aubrey Lee
School of Business, Economics & Technology
Charles Little
School of Business, Economics & Technology
Mark Pate
Mark Pate
School of Business, Economics & Technology
Terry Payne
School of Business, Economics & Technology
Xan Polk
School of Business, Economics & Technology
David Robinson
School of Business, Economics & Technology
Joel Vance
School of Business, Economics & Technology
Elizabeth Woodson
School of Business, Economics & Technology
Lucas Woodward
School of Business, Economics & Technology

MBA Coursework

  • To view all required Daytime courses for a MBA, click here.
  • To view all required Evening and Weekend courses for a MBA, click here.
  • To view course descriptions, click here.