Master of Business Administration


Program Description

Corporate leaders have long yearned for M.B.A. graduates with practical knowledge rather than a theoretical approach to business. At AJU we researched M.B.A. programs at other colleges and found most fall short of the frequent demands by the business community for employees with applicable skills. Unlike other M.B.A. programs, an M.B.A. from the Brian Tracy College of Business and Entrepreneurship at AJU offers hands-on experience with concentrations in sales management, strategic leadership, and entrepreneurship. Other M.B.A. concentrations include management, finance, marketing, human resource management, and health services management.

Program Prerequisites
A baccalaureate degree in any discipline will qualify applicants to enter this program. Although individuals from diverse educational backgrounds bring unique combinations of leadership potential, professional experience, and personal perspective, those entering this program are required to demonstrate a common set of skills necessary for success. As part of the admission process, applicants must satisfy two prerequisite requirements:

  • Microeconomics
  • College Level Mathematics

These prerequisites can be satisfied in several ways:

  • Completed courses (at least one undergraduate course in each discipline) with a grade of "B" or better.
  • A minimum score of 50 on College Level Examination Program (CLEP) tests in each subject area.

Curriculum (36 Semester Hours)
Foundation Courses help students build on their undergraduate academic preparation and master skills and concepts that will enhance their learning throughout the entire curriculum.

Core Courses build upon the mastery of the foundation courses and emphasize the integration of course material to ensure a cohesive learning experience. A comprehensive overview and application of essential concepts provide competency in various business areas, improve analytical abilities, and strengthen leadership skills.

Concentration Courses help students gain expertise in a designated field by exploring theories that are the foundation for modern business practice and incorporating emerging concepts and trends from today's technology-powered global markets.

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At Andrew Jackson University, this is what it has been all about since day one. When Robert Norris started the University in 1994, he had a dream of creating an education program that was accessible and affordable. In the early days, Robert was proud of the motto - "We deliver quality education to your doorstep." Since the first day, our focus has been on our students, and we've grown with them. In 1994 the internet was still in its infancy, and distance education was delivered via paper the way it had been for a hundred years. Today, technology has taken distance education mobile. Our courses are flexible and can be taken anytime and anywhere. Our students have the freedom to complete their coursework when it fits their life. To assist them, our faculty have the same freedom - to teach our students anytime and anywhere. In 2008 we celebrate our 15th year and our 10th as an accredited institution. We've gone from being Robert's dream to a school with three named colleges and eleven-degree programs. At Andrew Jackson University, education is completely mobile. It truly can be taken anywhere, and our students get what they need, to go where they want to go! Mission Andrew Jackson University’s mission is to provide relevant education of the highest quality at a reasonable cost to working adults who seek career advancement and a more fulfilling life experience. This mission is supported by the development of Colleges within the University that not only fulfill the needs of the general population, but also address the learning requirements of specific professions that are underserved by mainstream academia. Read less