Master of Business Administration


Welcome to the Grace College MBA program, which provides a curriculum and environment where current and future business professionals are transformed through the study of business from a distinctly biblical perspective.

Our MBA program understands business from a distinctly biblical perspective. The first course in the curriculum constructs this biblical perspective foundation, while the courses that follow further develop this perspective. The first divine instructions include commands to subdue and have dominion over God’s creation (Genesis 1:26, 28) and to work and keep God’s garden (Genesis 2:15). These commands are further developed in other scriptural passages, they remain in effect to this day, and they endow the practice of business with theological significance.

The Grace College MBA program is constructed and courses are delivered with an intentional applied emphasis. Consistent with learning-by-doing, course assignments allow students to use course concepts in their current employment setting. This allows students to quickly develop an initial proficiency with the concepts being covered. It also allows students to demonstrate to their employers the value-added nature of the program.

2014-15 Online Program Calendar



Examples of courses in this major:

BUS5100 Business Ethics

Biblical Business. Understanding business from a distinctly biblical perspective.

BUS5200 Financial Management

Using financial information effectively. Understanding and acting on the information in financial statements and other accounting reports.

BUS5210 International Business

Navigating the international landscape. Factors requiring special attention when firms cross national boundaries.

BUS5220 Legal Environment of Business

Responding to government policy. Understanding and functioning effectively in complex, dynamic environments.

BUS5230 Entrepreneurship

Entrepreneurship, innovation and growth. Understanding the importance of entrepreneurs and innovation in creating economic growth.