An MBA with a mission.
We prepare the student population to assume the responsibilities of organizational management in today's complex ethical, economic, and global environments.
The objective of the master's degree in business administration is to qualify individuals for professional positions of challenge in today's rapidly changing world of business. The Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree is especially valuable for those individuals who want the opportunity to increase their salary, to advance their career, and to meet and develop a rapport with professionals and colleagues.
The MBA program at Midwestern State University is designed to equip students with the knowledge, skills, and tools necessary to achieve their individual goals and objectives.
For More Information, please contact:
Dr. Bob Thomas, Graduate Coordinator
Dillard College of Business Administration
To apply for a Summer 2015 or 2015-2016 MBA Graduate Merit Scholarship, please click here.
(Deadline to apply is May 23, 2015, by 1 PM)
To apply for a Summer 2015 Sheppard MBA Scholarship, please click here.
(Deadline to apply is no later than the second day of your first Summer 2015 class)
MSU offers the perfect balance between a close interactive college environment and all the excitements of a larger university. MSU offers great value the benefits that MSU offers far outweigh the costs associated with it. MBA classes are generally small, and most of the same students move through the courses together. This is a great opportunity to really get to know your classmates. My first semester in the MBA program I was assigned to a group of 3 other students, and we've become best friends and great study-buddies from then on!
I liked the fact that we work in groups on presentations. Not only is it a good experience for communication skills, but you get to know other people real well throughout the MBA program.
Being on a three-year controlled Air Force tour at Sheppard, this assignment afforded a perfect opportunity for me to earn a master prior to having to move again. With a number of options available, primarily in the form of on-line programs, I was attracted to MSU by the brick-and-mortar classroom environment that I desired, and, most notably, the strong recommendation of another Air Force officer who earned his MBA at MSU. Low student/teacher ratio means very personal and interactive classroom environment. A very nice Dillard COBA facility. Enough flexibility to allow for military duties (e.g. night flying, cross-country flying) but still accomplish all degree requirements.
The MBA degree program is AACSB accredited.