Master of Business Administration (MBA)
The Master of Business Administration degree is delivered in different formats tailored to meet the student’s career aspirations and schedule.
The full-time MBA is a broad-based curriculum that integrates across functional areas and provides multiple opportunities for students to apply classroom material in real-world situations. The program consists of fifty-three or fifty-four hours of course work over seventeen months that includes four hours of Business Frameworks, thirty-six core hours and twelve elective hours with a required international component. The full-time MBA is delivered on campus in Waco. Students in the full-time MBA can choose to pursue concentrations in Entrepreneurship & Corporate Innovation, Business Analytics, and Cyber Security. A specialization in Healthcare Administration is also available.
The Executive MBA is designed for the mid-career professional seeking to expand career opportunities. The collaborative learning environment produces business leaders with recognized integrity, superior theoretical knowledge, and practical skills of modern global business. The EMBA consists of forty-eight hours of course work over 21 months that includes active learning experiences in Washington, D.C. and one international trip. The EMBA is delivered in Dallas. In addition to the Executive MBA, five concentrations are available for Executive MBA students. Students electing an Executive MBA with a concentration will complete between 48-50 credit hours depending on the selected concentration.
The Online MBA is an accelerated program that can be completed in 12-16 months. The same acclaimed faculty as on campus teach the online courses that are delivered in seven-week modules with an asynchronous format. The OMBA helps students leverage their graduate education and professional experience to further their career while continuing to work full-time. The OMBA consists of forty-eight hours of coursework that is delivered online. An additional 12 hours of coursework is required for non-BBA degree holders.
See Hankamer School of Business for admissions requirements.