Sullivan University

Master of Business Administration

In today’s highly competitive business environment the edge goes to those who have the knowledge and experience. Sullivan University’s Graduate School provides students the opportunity for career advancement and enhanced job security through the Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree program.MBA students complete a curriculum designed to develop measurable skills in human resource management, critical thinking, decision making, finance, research techniques and communication. Emphasis is placed on immediate real world application of the latest theories and strategies. Classes are capped at 20 students to allow each student to receive more personal attention. Core classes may be completed in just 18 months by taking two classes per quarter. Students with a Bachelor’s degree other than Business Administration or from another university may need 1-5 foundation courses.

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