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Master of Business Administration


The Master of Business Administration program is designed to produce graduates who demonstrate highly developed analytic and communication skills, and a thoughtful approach to ethical decision making. To highlight our program, we’ve provided in-depth information discussing our program outcomes and accreditation.

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Coursework & Prerequisites

The Midland MBA is a rigorous, fast-paced program that will challenge students to continue to become better leaders in their industry and workplace.

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Course Descriptions

Students will complete 15 credit hours (5 courses) from the Analytical Course Block and 15 credit hours (5 courses) from the Strategic Course Block. Students will also complete a six-credit hour Business Consulting Capstone experience, for a total of 36 credit hours for your MBA.

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Certificates of Completion

Students will have the opportunity to complete courses that are part of their particular interest area to earn a certificate of completion in the desired area of focus.

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Each term runs for eight weeks. With the flexibility of the format of the Midland MBA, students will choose the number of courses they are wanting to take each term.  

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MBA for Life

Graduates with a Master of Business Administration degree from Midland can take additional courses tuition-free for life. 

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Credit for Prior Learning

Have previous graduate-level business credit? Those seeking to transfer in completed graduate-level coursework may request a transfer credit evaluation to determine which courses may transfer into the Midland MBA.

All credit must have been earned in the last seven (7) years with a B (3.0) grade or higher for transfer consideration per the Midland University general transfer policy. Students are required to complete, at minimum, 60% of graduate credit through courses at Midland University. Students with significant career experience, industry-recognized certifications, and workplace-sponsored training may qualify for credit for prior learning (CPL). Find out more about applying for CPL here (Credit for Prior Learning).

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