The BW MBA is also offered at our Beachwood location.
MBA in Management
The ideal preparation for the dynamic business world of today and tomorrow, the Master of Business Administration Program (MBA) is a systems approach designed to produce effective managers who understand the linkages between their organizational domain and the larger corporate environment. This distinctive program is directed to working middle managers from small enterprises and non-profit organizations to Fortune 500 corporations.
The length of the program is two years (excluding foundation courses). The format includes 12 core courses, four elective seminars and up to two foundation courses.
The MBA program is designed so that participants can complete the sequence of 12 core and four hours of elective seminars in two years (two core courses per semester for six consecutive semesters plus four hours of elective seminars). In this evening program, the core courses run one evening per week, three hours and ten minutes duration, for 12 weeks. The elective seminars usually run for three hours and ten minutes for one night per week over a three-week term. The three-week terms for elective seminars are offered in the Fall and Spring semesters. No seminars will be scheduled in the Summer semester.
At the heart of the Division of Business Administration is a distinctive faculty composed of outstanding academicians and experienced business leaders. Their diverse backgrounds and varied experiences foster a unique environment for economic innovation and development. Visit our faculty page to learn more about these people who bring breadth, depth and impact to Baldwin Wallace University programs and initiatives.