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Master of Arts in Christian Business Administration

Master of Arts in Christian Business Administration (CMBA)

Students in the CMBA program earn the same high-quality CMBA degree that on-campus students have been earning for decades–but without needing to put career or family life on hold. Students achieve business
mastery, gain lifelong leadership skills, and build a global network as they work alongside fellow students and faculty.

This is 49 credit hours Master program of Christian Business Administration. Completing this track will lead to a Master of Arts Degree in Christian Business Administration. The fully Online CMBA curriculum allows students to continue their professional responsibilities while earning an elite degree as full-time graduate students. Each class begins and progresses through the program as a group, sharing the same sequence of classes and educational experiences.

Who should pursue an CMBA?

Successful applicants come from all walks of life, all over the world. They are teachers, doctors, engineers, marketers, psychologist, entrepreneurs, and accountants. We accept talented students looking to expand their knowledge base with applicable real-world experiences, and can demonstrate why the CMBA from CCU is crucial for personal and professional success. Ideal applicants are emerging leaders and innovative thinkers who contribute unique perspectives to class discussions.

Courses
Credits
BUS203
Exploring Business
3
PMG213
Principles of Management
3
BUC523
Business Communication for Success
3
BMG533
Managerial Accounting
3
FIN543
Financial Accounting
3
EGN233
Business English for Success
3
BPR563
Mastering Public Relations
3
PMK573
Principles of Marketing
3
BHR583
Human Relation
3
BUS593
The Business Ethics Workshop
3
POM623
Principles of Management
3
BUS633
Law for Entrepreneurs
3
BSL643
Foundations of Business Law and the Legal Environment
3
BUS653
The Legal and Ethical Environment of Business
3
HRM663
Human Resource Management
3
MSM673
Mastering Strategic Management
3
BUS683
Introduction to Contracts, Sales and Product Liability
3
ECO693
Principles of Economics
3
BUS700
Thesis Project
7