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Master of Business Administration


The HPU College of Business MBA program provides a solid foundation in the core business disciplines; students develop analytic capabilities; decision-making and leadership skill set essential to making sound business decisions. Through a comprehensive business curriculum, the Master of Business Administration program enhances students' current strengths and helps them immediately impact their organizations.

Students can personalize their Master of Business Administration through evening and online classes while earning their degree in one to two years. The curriculum is delivered in a case-based, team-oriented, and discussion-style learning environment. Elective courses provide additional depth and breadth to enhance professional certification, students' knowledge base, and career goals.



While there are no business course prerequisites, potential students must demonstrate strong quantitative ability and effective written and oral communication skills. MBA foundation courses or modules may be requested from the applicant.


The MBA program has two tracks, MBA Accelerated and MBA+


Students who complete the Master of Business Administration will be able to:

  1. Explain theories in the functional areas of business

  2. Use effective teamwork skills

  3. Produce persuasive oral and written communication to business audiences

  4. Develop solutions to problems using business principles

The Master of Business Administration program is designed for both full-time enrolled students and working professionals seeking to continue working full-time while attending school. The program starts in August, January, or May and can be completed in 12-21 months, depending on the MBA track, course load or format.

A Master of Business Administration stands apart from many other MBA programs that offer a core business curriculum with very little specialization. With more than 20 professional certifications and options to add concurrent graduate certificates, students can fit their Master of Business Administration with their passions and pursue a degree at the same time.