Jeff Brigger, MBA alum, was promoted to Economic Development Manager for Nevada's public utility, NV Energy, in September 2015.
Convenience and flexibility
Marylhurst's accredited graduate business degree is designed with busy professionals in mind. Our rigorous, relevant courses are offered evenings, weekends and online. Study part time or full time, at your own pace or in a structured, accelerated format. With on-campus courses, visit campus just once a week. Most of our MBA programs allow you to enroll any term during the year.
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Classes start January 4, 2016
Depth of learning
The Marylhurst MBA prepares you for managerial leadership in today's fast-paced, global workplace by offering five concentrations: general management, organizational behavior, finance, marketing and nonprofit management.
Our Saturday MBA is a good choice for general management students who appreciate convenience and structure. You'll take two classes each Saturday and complete your MBA in two years.
Our MBA in Sustainable Business is one of the few degrees of its kind in the country, incorporating sustainability principles into every course.
Likewise, each class in the MBA in Health Care Management addresses industry-specific concerns. Health care classes are held online in five-week sessions.
Our MBA in Real Estate is an accelerated online program designed specifically for working professionals to enhance the skills they have gained within the real estate field.
And all of our MBA programs infuse the liberal arts into the curriculum, with a strong focus not just on skill-building, but on ethics and critical thinking and decision making.
Our students value our small, interactive, seminar-style classes (average class size: 13). You'll learn from exceptional faculty, who are both real-world business practitioners and highly qualified teachers.
Real values, practical skills
A Marylhurst MBA is infused with the values of our university, which focus on integrity, service and a breadth of perspective. We also "keep it real," focusing on the practical skills you will need to succeed in today's competitive marketplace, from participating in and leading teams to being a strong communicator.
If this sounds like what you're looking for, take the next step.
Classes start September 28, 2015.