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Candidate for Accreditation from Accreditation Council for Business Schools and ProgramsThe 4 + 1 program at Johnson University allows a student to earn a bachelor’s in Business Administration and an MBA (Master of Business Administration) in just five years.

How does it work?
Up to four classes from the undergraduate Business Administration degree can be applied to the bachelor’s and MBA degree. Upon completion of the bachelor’s degree, students can complete the remaining eight MBA classes in one year.

Who is eligible?
Undergraduate Business Administration students with a program GPA of 3.0 may apply for admission during the last semester of sophomore standing.

Which courses can be applied toward the MBA?
Students must enroll in four of the five following courses to be applied to their MBA:
LDRS 5013 Leadership (receive dual credit for BUSN 4113 Leadership Development)
BUSN 5023 Advanced Business Analytics (receive dual credit for BUSN 3063 Business Analytics & Decision Making)
BUSN 5033 Marketing Management (receive dual credit for MKTG 3013 Marketing)
BUSN 5123 Business Law (receive dual credit for BUSN 4043 Business Law)
BUSN 5223 Managerial Economics (receive dual credit for ECON 2103 Economics)

About the degrees
The Business Administration major equips students to serve as business leaders in various industries. Students develop knowledge and skills in numerous areas of business, such as accounting, economics, finance, management, organizational behavior, analytics & decision making, human resource management, business law, leadership, and organizational strategy. Our Business Administration program embraces an individual’s passion for business and their desire to demonstrate a Christ-centered life in the workplace.

The MBA program at Johnson University is designed to develop, enhance, and strengthen the critical business skills required by today’s employers: leadership, quantitative, analytical, and strategic thinking, and integrity. The faculty are experienced Christian practitioners who are adept in training graduate students how to apply business knowledge and skills to life, work, and spiritual transformation. Our MBA program embraces an individual’s passion for business and their desire to demonstrate a Christ-centered life in the workplace.

Dr. Catherlyn Brim
Dean, School of Business and Public Leadership

Dept Contact

Concentrations

The undergraduate degree offers four concentrations:

The Entrepreneurship concentration (TN, FL, OL) includes courses in new venture creation, small business management, entrepreneurial finance, and entrepreneurial growth strategies.

The Marketing concentration (TN, FL, OL) includes courses in professional selling, promotion strategy, consumer behavior, and market research.

The Management concentration (TN, FL, OL) includes courses in entrepreneurship, small business management, operations, management science, and negotiation.

The Sport Management concentration (TN, FL) includes courses in organization and administration of athletic programs, sport marketing, sport and fitness practicum, and legal and ethical standards for sports professionals.

The MBA offers three concentrations:

The Leadership concentration includes courses in communication, team building, and organizational leadership.

The Management Concentration includes courses in human resource management, corporate finance, and international business.

The Nonprofit Administration concentration includes courses in nonprofit law, the nonprofit sector, and nonprofit resource development.

Curriculum

Undergraduate courses may include:

  • Principles of Financial Accounting
  • Economics
  • Organizational Behavior
  • Business Law

For more details on this program, check out our academic catalog.

Click here for a full MBA course list.

Careers

Graduates with this degree will be equipped for a range of careers in companies and organizations of all sizes and types. MBA graduates often serve as leaders in human resources, finance, operations, marketing, project management, and organizational leadership. This degree equips every student for greater effectiveness and leadership in the business and nonprofit world.

Degree

Overview

Candidate for Accreditation from Accreditation Council for Business Schools and ProgramsThe 4 + 1 program at Johnson University allows a student to earn a B.A./B.S. in Business Administration and a Master of Business Administration (MBA) in just five years.

How does it work?
Up to four classes from the undergraduate Business Administration degree can be applied to the BA/BS and MBA degree. Upon completion of the bachelor’s degree, students can complete the remaining eight MBA classes in one year.

Who is eligible?
Undergraduate Business Administration students with a program GPA of 3.0 may apply for admission during the last semester of sophomore standing.

Which courses can be applied toward the MBA?
Students must enroll in four of the five following courses to be applied to their MBA:
LDRS 5013 Leadership (receive dual credit for BUSN 4113 Leadership Development)
BUSN 5023 Advanced Business Analytics (receive dual credit for BUSN 3063 Business Analytics & Decision Making)
BUSN 5033 Marketing Management (receive dual credit for MKTG 3013 Marketing)
BUSN 5123 Business Law (receive dual credit for BUSN 4043 Business Law)
BUSN 5223 Managerial Economics (receive dual credit for ECON 2103 Economics)

About the degrees
The Business Administration major equips students to serve as business leaders in various industries. Students develop knowledge and skills in numerous areas of business, such as accounting, economics, finance, management, organizational behavior, analytics & decision making, human resource management, business law, leadership, and organizational strategy. Our Business Administration program embraces an individual’s passion for business and their desire to demonstrate a Christ-centered life in the workplace.

The MBA program at Johnson University is designed to develop, enhance, and strengthen the critical business skills required by today’s employers: leadership, quantitative, analytical, and strategic thinking, and integrity. The faculty are experienced Christian practitioners who are adept in training graduate students how to apply business knowledge and skills to life, work, and spiritual transformation. Our MBA program embraces an individual’s passion for business and their desire to demonstrate a Christ-centered life in the workplace.

Dr. Catherlyn Brim
Dean, School of Business and Public Leadership

Dept Contact

Concentrations

The undergraduate degree offers four concentrations:

The Entrepreneurship concentration (TN, FL, OL) includes courses in new venture creation, small business management, entrepreneurial finance, and entrepreneurial growth strategies.

The Marketing concentration (TN, FL, OL) includes courses in professional selling, promotion strategy, consumer behavior, and market research.

The Management concentration (TN, FL, OL) includes courses in entrepreneurship, small business management, operations, management science, and negotiation.

The Sport Management concentration (TN, FL) includes courses in organization and administration of athletic programs, sport marketing, sport and fitness practicum, and legal and ethical standards for sports professionals.

The MBA offers three concentrations:

The Leadership concentration includes courses in communication, team building, and organizational leadership.

The Management Concentration includes courses in human resource management, corporate finance, and international business.

The Nonprofit Administration concentration includes courses in nonprofit law, the nonprofit sector, and nonprofit resource development.

Curriculum

Undergraduate courses may include:

  • Principles of Financial Accounting
  • Economics
  • Organizational Behavior
  • Business Law

For more details on this program, check out our academic catalog.

Click here for a full MBA course list.

Careers

Graduates with this degree will be equipped for a range of careers in companies and organizations of all sizes and types. MBA graduates often serve as leaders in human resources, finance, operations, marketing, project management, and organizational leadership. This degree equips every student for greater effectiveness and leadership in the business and nonprofit world.

Degree

Overview

Candidate for Accreditation from Accreditation Council for Business Schools and ProgramsThe 4 + 1 program at Johnson University allows a student to earn a B.A./B.S. in Business Administration and a Master of Business Administration (MBA) in just five years.

How does it work?
Up to four classes from the undergraduate Business Administration degree can be applied to the BA/BS and MBA degree. Upon completion of the bachelor’s degree, students can complete the remaining eight MBA classes in one year.

Who is eligible?
Undergraduate Business Administration students with a program GPA of 3.0 may apply for admission during the last semester of sophomore standing.

Which courses can be applied toward the MBA?
Students must enroll in four of the five following courses to be applied to their MBA:
LDRS 5013 Leadership (receive dual credit for BUSN 4113 Leadership Development)
BUSN 5023 Advanced Business Analytics (receive dual credit for BUSN 3063 Business Analytics & Decision Making)
BUSN 5033 Marketing Management (receive dual credit for MKTG 3013 Marketing)
BUSN 5123 Business Law (receive dual credit for BUSN 4043 Business Law)
BUSN 5223 Managerial Economics (receive dual credit for ECON 2103 Economics)

About the degrees
The Business Administration major equips students to serve as business leaders in various industries. Students develop knowledge and skills in numerous areas of business, such as accounting, economics, finance, management, organizational behavior, analytics & decision making, human resource management, business law, leadership, and organizational strategy. Our Business Administration program embraces an individual’s passion for business and their desire to demonstrate a Christ-centered life in the workplace.

The MBA program at Johnson University is designed to develop, enhance, and strengthen the critical business skills required by today’s employers: leadership, quantitative, analytical, and strategic thinking, and integrity. The faculty are experienced Christian practitioners who are adept in training graduate students how to apply business knowledge and skills to life, work, and spiritual transformation. Our MBA program embraces an individual’s passion for business and their desire to demonstrate a Christ-centered life in the workplace.

Dr. Catherlyn Brim
Dean, School of Business and Public Leadership

Dept Contact

Concentrations

The undergraduate degree offers four concentrations:

The Entrepreneurship concentration (TN, FL, OL) includes courses in new venture creation, small business management, entrepreneurial finance, and entrepreneurial growth strategies.

The Marketing concentration (TN, FL, OL) includes courses in professional selling, promotion strategy, consumer behavior, and market research.

The Management concentration (TN, FL, OL) includes courses in entrepreneurship, small business management, operations, management science, and negotiation.

The Sport Management concentration (TN, FL) includes courses in organization and administration of athletic programs, sport marketing, sport and fitness practicum, and legal and ethical standards for sports professionals.

The MBA offers three concentrations:

The Leadership concentration includes courses in communication, team building, and organizational leadership.

The Management Concentration includes courses in human resource management, corporate finance, and international business.

The Nonprofit Administration concentration includes courses in nonprofit law, the nonprofit sector, and nonprofit resource development.

Curriculum

Undergraduate courses may include:

  • Principles of Financial Accounting
  • Economics
  • Organizational Behavior
  • Business Law

For more details on this program, check out our academic catalog.

Click here for a full MBA course list.

Careers

Graduates with this degree will be equipped for a range of careers in companies and organizations of all sizes and types. MBA graduates often serve as leaders in human resources, finance, operations, marketing, project management, and organizational leadership. This degree equips every student for greater effectiveness and leadership in the business and nonprofit world.