The Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) 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.

The MBA program offers advanced preparation for leadership roles in business settings, incorporating biblical wisdom and missional concerns to develop Christian character and a kingdom perspective. The business core classes develop competencies in leadership, analytics and decision-making, human resource management, accounting, marketing, economics, and business law. The program culminates in a capstone project that demonstrates students’ capacity to research, synthesize, analyze, assess, and communicate core business knowledge.

Concentration options include Leadership, Management, and Nonprofit Management.


Quick Facts

  • Fully online, flexible program
  • 12 seven-week courses (36 credit hours)
  • Completed in two years part-time, one year full-time
  • Affordable tuition
  • No GMAT or GRE required
  • Small class sizes with knowledgeable and caring faculty
  • Accredited by SACSCOC
  • Students come from diverse backgrounds, including for-profit businesses, churches, and other nonprofits, and from a variety of undergraduate majors.
  • Work with real organizations in the Capstone business plan

Complete course list

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Application Deadlines

Fall: July 15
Spring: December 1

MBA Blog

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Questions about admissions requirements?


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

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This degree 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.


Courses may include:

  • Managerial Economics
  • Marketing Management
  • Accounting for Strategic Decision Making
  • Business Law

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


Graduates with this degree 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.