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As a leader in your community, you’ve dedicated yourself to making life better for the people you serve. But what if you had the tools and knowledge to take things one step further?

With a Master of Business Administration from Dordt University, you’ll be equipped to:

  • Expand your career path options
  • Move from management to executive level leadership
  • Confidently solve high-level problems
  • Lead your community with Christian values

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A Top Midwest Regional University

Dordt University is the highest-ranked university in Iowa, according to the "Regional Universities (Midwest)" ranking by 2022-23 U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges. Dordt is the highest-ranked institution within the Great Plains Athletic Conference as well.

Program Overview

Dordt University’s Master of Business Administration program is 100% online and is designed to equip those called to service in the for-profit and nonprofit sector with the tools of stewardship, servant leadership, and discernment needed to achieve success in business administration management and leadership roles.

Degree Options

Students enrolled in the Master of Business Administration program are required to complete 36 credits. Cohorts begin in the fall, spring, and summer semesters, beginning Fall 2024.

Students who plan to complete the program in two years will average 18 credits a year. Each semester has two seven-week modules in which students take one three-credit course in each module. These plans assume students are working full-time during the semester.

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Frequently Asked Questions

To learn more, visit our admissions requirement page.

The MBA program requires a total of 36 credits. The courses are a combination of general business administration courses and electives that deal with relevant, challenging issues.

A typical plan of study takes about two years to complete, with students taking one 7-week course at a time. Some opt for a slower pace, completing the program in four years.

No. All of the courses are completed online.

The MBA program is approved by the Higher Learning Commission.