Nebraska Wesleyan University’s traditional Master of Business Administration program offers you unmatched quality, small classes and access to professors determined to see you succeed.
Choose from these MBA course tracks:
Build the foundation to thrive in a variety of business settings.
Learn to motivate teams, resolve conflicts and inspire others in entrepreneurial and managerial settings.
Innovation and Social Entrepreneurship
Experience hands-on learning focused on creating revenue generating businesses and programs that will also solve social issues.
Health care management
Gain the skills to be a leader in this dynamic and rapidly changing field.
Grow expertise and hours toward the CPA exam by completing this track designed for students who were accounting majors as undergraduates.
Design your own
Mix and match course offerings to customize your program to your specific goals.
Develop and enhance managerial and leadership skills for the nonprofit sector.
No matter which course track you choose, NWU offers you opportunities to build hands-on experience, learn from a business mentor and network with other professionals.
The program is designed for flexibility. Classes meet just once a week in convenient eight-week sessions.
Most classes meet in the evening to fit your work schedule. (Some classes in the MBA’s health management track meet in the day.)
NWU offers several MBA courses in hybrid format, combining intensive classroom learning with convenient online work.
Get the best of both. Learn face-to-face with experienced professors. And complete online work to maximize flexibility.
Most MBA programs continue to emphasize theoretical business concepts delivered straight from the textbook in the classroom. But Nebraska Wesleyan University’s MBA program takes you out of the textbook and into the marketplace.
Hands-on experiences will teach you more. Learn from current, real-world case studies. Work on meaningful projects with experienced partners at local businesses and nonprofit organizations.
MBA students are matched with business mentors—established professionals whose experience, wisdom and expertise will add to your learning.
The relationship you build with your mentor—much like the relationship you build with NWU professors—will help you build on your strengths and reach your career goals.
NWU integrates networking opportunities throughout your time in the MBA program to help you build professional relationships.
You’ll leave NWU well educated and well connected. The connections you make here can open doors to new employment options, promotions, partnerships and business opportunities.