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Master of Business Administration
& M.Ed. in Higher Education
Dual Degree Program
Sandra Reid, Ph.D., Master of Business Administration Program Director
Mamo Ishida , M.Ed. in Higher Education Program Director
The dual Master of Education in Higher Education and Master of Business Administration degree is a 54-hour, non-thesis program. The program consists of a Higher Education required curriculum of 24 hours and a Master of Business Administration core curriculum of 24 hours with six credit hours of electives.
Studies in Higher Education provide individuals who are interested in a variety of areas in higher education with the opportunity to explore, with breadth and depth, the various facets of post-secondary institutions. The purpose of the MBA is to prepare students for successful and rewarding careers in a global business environment regardless their chosen vocation. Faculty and staff members work closely with students to equip them with the knowledge and skills for future employment and leadership opportunities. The dual degree will give students the best of both worlds as the concepts are intertwined and integrated from a Christian perspective.
Individuals who are interested in higher education administration, student personnel work, university development/advancement, or teaching on the college level will enhance their immediate value to an organization with heightened leadership and analytical skills developed within the M.B.A. course of study. Individuals sensing God’s calling to be in higher education in any of these areas, or those who are in business and who feel called to serve in higher education administration, will be greatly benefitted by the M.B.A. and M.Ed. in Higher Education dual degree.
In order to pursue a Dual Master's Degree program, the applicant must apply to, meet the existing admission requirements for, and be accepted into each of the master's degrees which comprise the dual degree program.
I and II or ACCT 5311
Survey of Accounting
Business and Public
Law or MANA
51.522 Business Legal Environment
Microeconomics and Macroeconomics or ECON
5311 Managerial Economics
Management or FINA
51.521 Foundations of Finance
of Management or MANA
51.521 Management Theory
of Marketing or MRKT
51.521 Marketing Concepts
or MANA 6303
Research and Statistics
Orientation to American Business Technology and Culture (for International
Continuance in the MEDHE program past the first twelve (12) hours is pending submission of a satisfactory score on the Miller Analogies Test (MAT) or Graduate Record Examinations® (GRE®).
REQUIRED SHARED CURRICULUM - 6 hours (excluding prerequisites)
Select two courses (6 hours) from Hi9gher Education courses with approval of Academic Advisor.
M.B.A. REQUIRED CURRICULUM - 24 hours (excluding prerequisites)
||Quantitative Analysis for Managers
||Leadership in Management
||Strategic Management Decisions (S-L)* (Capstone course)
||Management Information Systems
||Creative Problem Solving for Marketing Decisions
|Six (6) hours of M.Ed. in Higher Education Required Curriculum serve as the concentration for the M.B.A. Required Curriculum.
M.ED. IN HIGHER EDUCATION REQUIRED CURRICULUM - 24 hours (excluding prerequisites)
||College & University Administration
||Legal Aspects & Finance in Higher Education
||Practicum in Higher Education (S-L)*
||Research Methods in Higher Education
||History & Philosophy of Higher Education
||Teaching, Learning, & Student Development
||Methods for the Higher Education Administrator
||Biblical Servant Leadership
|Six (6) hours of the M.B.A. Required Curriculum serve as electives for the M.Ed. in Higher Education Required Curriculum.
*(S-L) = Course(s) with field-based service-learning component.
||Required Shared Curriculum
||M.B.A. Required Curriculum
||M.Ed. in Higher Education Required Curriculum
||TOTAL Dual Degree (excluding prerequisites)
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