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Northwest Missouri State University


Online MBA

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Master of Business Administration

Offered through a Partnership Between
Northwest Missouri State University and
Missouri Southern State University

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Taught in conjunction with Missouri Southern State University, this program is designed to be completed in two years. You may choose from four courses offered each fall and spring, and three courses offered each summer. Graduates will receive a degree which lists both Northwest Missouri State University and Missouri Southern State University on the diploma.

Application and enrollment in the program is processed through Northwest Missouri State University according to Northwest policies. Tuition is charged at the Northwest rate.

Online students should note that Executive Seminar is a capstone course which must be taken during the last term of enrollment. Please check the schedule to determine when Executive Seminar will be taught.

* Proposed Schedule of Online Courses

Fall

  • Information Technology Management
  • International Business
  • Advanced Human Resource Management
  • Investments
  • Executive Seminar

Spring

  • Macroeconomics for Business Managers
  • Organizational Behavior
  • Strategic Marketing
  • Financial Management
  • Executive Seminar

Summer

  • Managerial Accounting
  • Executive Seminar
  • Elective To Be Announced

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The courses required for the MBA degree are:

*Executive Seminar must be taken during your last term of enrollment. Please note: this course is offered online once each academic year, during the summer term. Executive Seminar is offered online each semester.

**International Business must be taken as a required elective if the student has not completed a course in international business at the undergraduate level.

You may transfer up to 9 hours into your program. Transfers must be approved by the Dean of the Melvin D. and Valorie G. Booth College of Business and Professional Studies prior to enrollment in the course. A course syllabus of the requested course must be submitted with your petition for transfer.

Information regarding syllabi and a link to the instructor’s Northwest e-mail is available online.

All course schedules are tentative and subject to change.

Please check the website to verify course offerings.