MBA Program | Newman University School of Business
Offered Exclusively Online
Newman's MBA programs are designed to work around the working professional
In a world of ever-changing economic trends, technological advancements and increasing globalization, the need for leaders with analytical and problem-solving skills, negotiation and collaboration abilities, the ability to communicate effectively has never been stronger.
The Newman University School of Business offers an online MBA program to meet this challenge by delivering an innovative and customized curriculum that blends evidence-based theory with relevant, real-world business application. Courses are taught by highly specialized faculty who combine academic foundations and current best practices. Knowledge is shared in the classroom by both seasoned faculty and highly qualified business professionals, who have years of specialized industry and training experience. Information that is gained in the classroom can be applied the next day in the workplace, providing an immediate impact on organizational success.
Flexible class schedules are designed to accommodate working professionals who value a strong work/life balance with degree completion possible in as little as 12 months.
It is Newman's mission to empower students to transform society.
MBA PROGRAM BENEFITS
- Depending on format, you can complete your degree in as little as 12 months
- Flexible program start dates every eight weeks to meet your work and personal schedule
- Competitively priced tuition
- Specialized program concentrations designed to meet your professional career goals
- Innovative values-based curriculum that combines evidence-based theory with relevant current best practices
- Courses are taught by a combination of real-world business practitioners and seasoned faculty
- Case-study instructional methods for integrating analytical thinking and problem solving
- Relationship and network building with colleagues and active professionals who share their expertise
About Our Faculty
Graduate School of Business
The Newman University Graduate School of Business faculty and staff have the knowledge and experience to help you prepare for leadership roles within large companies and organizations. If you need clarification on a class assignment or advice on how to approach your future, you can feel confident that our faculty is available and ready to help.
Wichita is has a rich set of large employers and is home to the second largest private company in America: Koch Industries. It is also supported by the largest private company in America: Cargill. Other significant employers include Spirit AeroSystems, Via Christi Health and Textron Aviation, just to name a few. Wichita is also known for its undeniable entrepreneurial spirit and is home to many thriving small businesses.
An MBA will give you the opportunity to work in a variety of fields and specialties in management-level positions. Here are some examples of potential careers.
- Securities, commodities, and financial services sales agents
- Transportation, storage, and distribution managers
- Financial managers
- Market research analysts, and marketing specialists
- Marketing, and sales managers
We think our university is great, but don’t just take our word for it. Hear what some of our previous students have to say about their experience.
- Megan Hostick '16, MBA
- Tammy White '11, '13, MBA
read her story
What our students say about the MBA program
"I had some great professors who really helped me out. I really built relationships with my classmates and I learned more from my classmates than my professors at some points, because they were all in the work world already, so it was great to hear their stories and their backgrounds for sure."
"It was a smooth transition from the undergrad to the grad program. I knew I wanted to do an MBA with Dr. Andrews and several of the staff members there, but the healthcare administration portion was new, so being one of the first ones to go through that program, I thought that was unique in a way that I'm not only paving my career, but doing likewise for the university."