Earning an MBA can be a major boost for your career and increase your earning potential, but making time for classes can be difficult. Online learning may seem detached and lonely. The problem with most distance learning is the distance.
Our MBA program gives you all the flexibility of online courses without leaving you isolated and disconnected. The Virtual Campus experience means you get to connect with the professors and students on a daily basis on your own time.
MBA students gain the following benefits:
- 36-hour program
- Online coursework blended with face-to-face seminars with top business professionals
- Technology included
- Highly qualified professors
- Learning with other motivated adults
Flexible Learning: Go to class at noon, midnight, or whenever you want. Online video lectures and podcasts allow you to set your own schedule and pace for learning.
Choose your Pace: Overlap courses for faster completion or keep them consecutive to fit your busy schedule.
Technology Included: Technology is included to ensure easy use of the Virtual Campus courses. Students keep this tool for use as business professionals upon completion of degree.
Seminars: Connect with other students, professors and industry leaders in person. Seminars are led on topics relevant to the courses and work life of each student.
People Who Care: Each student is assigned a personal advisor to help you stay on track and assist you in your success.
Career Advancement: Rise above the crowd. More than just a degree on paper, a Bethel MBA prepares each student to excel as an industry decision maker. Average MBA graduates realize a 17.6% annual return on their tuition investment. That’s even better than mutual funds or bonds.One MBA, Six Specializations
Every student receives the same high quality education in our Master of Business Administration program. However, during your third term you will choose one of four tracks to complete your degree, including:Academic Practitioner Track
Our Academic Practitioner Track is predominately course-based with the option to attend seminars for credit. This track is structured for professionals who desire to teach business at the collegiate level.Executive Track
The Executive Track is mostly based on class coursework, but includes a project for the final 6 credit hours. Designed for established management level students, it involves an in-depth practical research project implementing changes and measuring results in your own organization.Information Technology Track*
The Information Technology Track is built to equip professionals with the skills necessary to manage and lead information technology (IT) groups in today's global marketplace. The track is predominately course-based, with the option to attend seminars for credit.Healthcare Administration Track
Our Healthcare Administration Track is fully course-based. Meant for professionals working in hospitals, nursing homes, hospices, insurance companies, provider networks or government policy organizations, the Healthcare Administration track allows professionals to better understand and analyze the business side of healthcare.Healthcare Information Technology
The Healthcare Information Technology (HIT) specialization is geared towards professionals in IT for healthcare firms, including practitioner offices, clinical offices, administrative offices and services such as ambulatory care, pharmaceutical companies and other patient-oriented and report-oriented organizations.Human Resource Management
The MBA-HRM specialization allows students seeking a robust program in the study of human resources to learn from experts with both a terminal degree and practical experience in the field. Its alignment to SHRM's HR Education Guidelines equips students to be well-prepared to sit for designated examinations for HR credentials, and be uniquely qualified and competitive in the marketplace for positions in their field.*This specialization is offered at specific times during the academic year. Please inquire with your Bethel Representative to learn about the upcoming start.