Geneva College makes attaining an academically excellent, Christ-centered Master of Business (MBA) even more convenient by offering the program at the Regional Learning Alliance (RLA) in Cranberry Township, PA, in addition to the college’s main campus in Beaver Falls, PA. The first term at the RLA—described as the Greater Pittsburgh area’s premier learning center—begins in the October 2013 term.
Geneva’s MBA program provides a rigorous business degree framed by ethical Christian principles. Taught by a qualified faculty that possesses a wealth of professional experience, courses challenge business professionals to think critically and analyze situations from a real-world, biblical perspective. Our graduate students are taught sound business techniques that can be immediately applied in the workplace.
And our MBA program is nationally accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP), an independent agency that encourages, promotes and recognizes outstanding business education in both undergraduate and graduate institutions.
In addition to providing in-demand business skills, Geneva’s MBA program is intentionally designed to fit the schedules of today’s busy professionals. Courses meet one night a week for nine weeks per term. Five terms are offered each year, and students may begin the program at the start of any term—October, January, March, May or July. By following this format, students can earn an MBA in under two-and-a-half years—and accelerated program completion is also possible.
Geneva’s general MBA is a 36-credit program. Three concentrations are also offered—Finance (36 credits), Marketing (39 credits), and Operations (45 credits)—allowing students to tailor programs to their professional expertise or aspirations.
Graduate financial aid is available, and Geneva offers a special payment plan for students in employer-sponsored tuition reimbursement programs
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