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Newman University's
New Way to MBA

The MBA Stackable Pathway supports the university’s mission by allowing our students to be prepared for and respond to a rapidly changing environment. This customizable general MBA pathway allows students greater flexibility in choosing courses that will help them serve multiple industries.

Program Learning Outcomes

The objectives of the MBA program are consistent with the mission of Newman University and the Goals for Graduate Students. The primary goal of the MBA program is to provide a superior graduate-level education that will prepare graduates for professional management careers in either private or public organizations, as well as for positions of leadership and increasing responsibility in business and society. Specifically, graduates of the Newman MBA program will be able to demonstrate the following:

  • Possess a managerial perspective and knowledge of finance and accounting and be able to utilize and analyze financial/accounting information in the strategic decision-making process.
  • Develop and apply innovative marketing strategies to position a product or service within a market.
  • Be able to apply organizational behavior and leadership theories in order to motivate and lead employees toward the achievement of organizational objectives.
  • Develop a broad understanding of economic practices, applications, and techniques directly related to business issues.
  • Communicate ideas logically and persuasively in writing and/or speech, with emphasis on effective business presentations and executive presence.
  • Survey the strategic landscape of an organization and make strategic decisions that position the firm for future success.

What sets apart a Newman MBA from others?

  • Provides exciting new options for customizing graduate education to meet individuals’ and employers’ specific needs
  • Enables regional employers to provide industry-relevant micro-credentials to their employees
  • Provides pathways for students to stack multiple micro-credentials toward an advanced degree
  • Allows entrance for students from any prior degree or professional background
  • Multiple start times: August, January, May (Fall, Spring, Summer)

Who is the MBA program designed for?


  • Major regional employers such as Spirit AeroSystems, Textron Aviation, Koch Industries, Cargill, Ascension
  • Medium and small businesses


  • Professionals seeking to upgrade their skills and move into leadership or develop leadership skills and knowledge
  • Professionals seeking to pivot to a new field, such as Data Analytics

Students and Alumni

  • Newman Alumni
  • Current Newman Students
  • Current students in other universities

MBA Program Requirements

  1. A conferred bachelor’s degree in any field.
  2. 36 credit hours
    • Choose a specific pathway or go flexible and customize your own MBA



Our faculty and staff have the knowledge and experience to help you prepare for a career in a wide variety of business fields. 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.

MBA Careers

  • Business Management
  • Supply Chain Management
  • Data Analyst
  • Project Management
  • Healthcare Administration
  • Non-Profit Management
  • DEI Leadership

"At Newman University I have experienced the most generous group of faculty! Joining Data Professionals of Wichita, a group started by the now-current Dean of Business Prof. David Cochran, I have been able to network and meet with so many individuals in the industry that I would have never had the chance to if I chose another route for my education. Newman University has supported me every step of the way and I know that I have made the best decision for my education by choosing Newman University as I approach graduation with my Degree in Data Analytics!"

- Aiden Hamilton

Newman has been nothing short of great. Both my undergrad and graduate programs have been wonderful experiences. Newman’s faculty and staff are all so welcoming, helpful, and understanding. They truly are here for the students and are a key part of our success.

-Rylee Meloy

I am a Neman alumnus and have been out of school since 2005. My advisor eased the process of returning by being very upfront with communication and very responsive to questions! I am excited that I am back at Newman University and know that I will be successful at obtaining my MBA degree in the near future!

- Martine E. Franklin

“The knowledge acquired in the MBA program at Newman University has helped me grow as a leader in my small business.”

- Veronica Casteneda-Alferez

“The MBA program is challenging and forces you to evolve and adapt, preparing you for a versatile future.”

-Poe Bryant

“A wonder program with an amazing faculty and staff.”

-Morgan Houston

Dean, School of Business & Technology
School of Business & Technology
316-942-4291 ext. 2255
Office: MN219A
|Undergraduate Business|MBA
Professor of Business
School of Business & Technology
316-942-4291 ext. 2242
Office: MN203
|Undergraduate Business|MBA
Program Director and Assistant Professor of Agribusiness
School of Business & Technology
2232 or 620-227-9616
Office: Dodge City Office/MN221
|Undergraduate Business|Agribusiness
Assistant Dean, MBA Program Director
School of Business & Technology
316-942-4291 ext. 2257
Office: MN210
|Undergraduate Business|MBA
Associate Professor of Accounting
School of Business & Technology
316-942-4291 ext. 2205
Office: MN204
|Undergraduate Business|MBA|Accounting
Assistant Professor of Computer Science
School of Business & Technology
316-942-4291 ext. TBD
Office: TBD
|Undergraduate Business|MBA
Administrative Coordinator
School of Business & Technology
316-942-4291 ext. 2292
Office: MN207
|Undergraduate Business|MBA
Associate Professor
School of Business & Technology
316-942-4291 ext. 2296
Office: MN205
|Undergraduate Business
Director of Adult and Professional Studies
School of Business & Technology
316-942-4291 ext. 2439
Office: MN219
|Undergraduate Business|IDS|IBA|MBA|Communications