If you’re a working professional who is looking to increase your leadership management knowledge and skills to advance your career, the fully online MBA program at Broadview University is for you. Take one class at a time or enroll full time, year-round, and complete your degree in as little as 18 months. Our strong work credit and transfer credit programs* may even help you earn your MBA faster and at a lower overall cost. Broadview is nationally accredited by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS), so your MBA will be respected and valued in the real world.
The Broadview MBA will prepare you for middle and upper management positions in a variety of industries, or to start your own business or other entrepreneurial enterprise. It will also increase your ability to interpret and create business strategies. Because Broadview is deeply rooted in the community, we know what business leaders are looking for—and who might be looking for you!
For more than 40 years, Broadview has been delivering a career-focused education that can lead to a rewarding experience. You will learn from faculty who will bring relevant, on-the-job experience to you. In addition to our MBA with no emphasis, we offer an MBA with an accounting emphasis and an MBA with a human resource emphasis.
Applied learning is at the core of a Broadview education, which means you can take what you’re learning in the classroom and use it in your professional workplace through exercises and assignments that are incorporated into the curriculum. In the final two quarters of the program, you will focus on best management practices for your chosen industry and discipline.
Broadview’s MBA program focuses on 21st Century managerial challenges, such as:
The course examines communication of business leaders, who manage the flow of information among themselves, other professionals and their clients. Analysis focuses on using written and oral communications for the effective exchange of ideas and on management’s interactions with a range of professional colleagues, including financial advisors, team leaders, sales associates and production team employees. The course also examines challenges diverse virtual mediums and global markets place on managers to effectively present, discuss and negotiate various transactions.
This course presents an investigation of the effect of cooperation, collaboration and teamwork on workplace climates. Research focuses on ways the management of work groups, as opposed to individuals, contributes to all aspects of development, production and sales. Students explore the dynamics of group behavior in all phases of operations in order to determine essential guidelines that enhance team productivity and meet the expectations and demands of the workplace.
Students review the principles of understanding and interpreting research and proposals in all format types: narrative, visual and statistical. They investigate the creation of significant, persuasive articles and plans. Using that knowledge, students examine the influence of written and graphic approaches in electronic and print-copy formats on the presentation of concepts and communication of ideas. Students review technical issues and research ethics while writing individual business plan/project topic outlines.
Upon receipt of the documents listed above, the program administrator (or designee) will conduct an interview to determine your acceptance into the program. The program administrator (or designee) will complete a Student Evaluation Form as an objective assessment to determine whether you will be accepted into the MBA program. You must receive at least the minimum score on the Student Evaluation Form. A copy of this form is available from the admissions department staff.
Based on your individual circumstances, the program administrator may grant you conditional acceptance to the MBA program. Any student admitted conditionally will need to meet all conditions prior to the last day of the student’s first quarter in the program. If the student does not meet the conditions prior to the last day of the first quarter, the student will be withdrawn from the program.
Candidates seeking entrance into our master’s programs may not apply more than once per quarter.
*Please see the Broadview University course catalog for details regarding our Transfer of Credit, Prior Learning Assessment, and Professional Work Experience policies.