The M.B.A. Program within the School of Business and Public Leadership at Johnson University is pleased to administer individual scholarships made possible by the generosity of The Sutton Fund which is committed to the mission of Johnson University.
Description: There are two scholarship opportunities: The Missionary Missions Scholarship and The International Christian Work Scholarship. Scholarships are competitive and limited in number.
The Missionary Missions Scholarship is typically awarded to a missionary or missionary recruit who is performing missions work in an international context and who has stopped their master’s graduate program and needs funds to finish their program.
The International Christian Work Scholarship is typically awarded to an international student who resides outside the United States and who is pursuing an online graduate degree. The scholarship is intended for students who wouldn’t be able to attend Johnson University without this scholarship assistance.
The School of Business and Public Leadership faculty and staff, in consultation with the admissions and financial aid offices, will make the final decision on awards based on the above criteria.
Eligibility: To be eligible for the Missionary Missions Scholarship, applicants must meet the above criteria and must be intending to re-enroll in the M.B.A. program in the next available cohort. To be eligible for the International Christian Work Scholarship, applicants must meet the above criteria and must be intending to enroll in the M.B.A. program in the next available cohort and have completed the M.B.A application process. Scholarship awards are contingent on admission to the M.B.A. program and enrollment as a full-time student. Should a student choose to defer to a future cohort after admission and awarding of a scholarship, the student must reapply for scholarship consideration. Students awarded recurring scholarships must be enrolled as a full-time student and maintain a 3.0 GPA each semester. The International Christian Work Scholarship applicants must show their inability to attend Johnson University without the assistance of the scholarship.
Application Materials: Before you submit your application, please ensure that it is complete. Incomplete applications will not be considered. Please complete the form below and also upload copies of transcripts for all previous college work and a current curriculum vitae as one combined PDF file.
Submission: Submission of application materials should be made by July 1 through the form below. Identifying information will be redacted prior to application review.