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Olivet Nazarene University    
  Feb 23, 2018
2017-2018 Catalog

Business Master's Programs - SGCS

Master’s degree candidates in both the Master of Business Administration and Master of Organizational Leadership programs learn practical management and leadership skills with a Christian worldview. Students become employees who can think independently and provide solutions in the workplace. Olivet Nazarene University MBA and MOL graduates are prepared for expanded roles within their organization through enhanced abilities to:

  • Analyze the functional components of business and the interrelationship of functions within an organization that form the total business enterprise;
  • Express ideas clearly, concisely, and logically through effective speech, written communication, and interpersonal/human relations skills;
  • Apply critical-thinking skills to identify problems and to develop problem solving abilities;
  • Apply theoretical concepts to real life business situations;
  • Develop effective decision making skills based upon an understanding of the total enterprise, its role in the global environment, and business ethics;
  • Clarify and develop an individual philosophy of ethics, both personal and professional, to apply to managerial situations;
  • Access and utilize current technology to increase managerial ability to achieve short term and long range business objectives;
  • Recognize global aspects of conducting business, including economic, political, and cultural considerations;
  • Utilize qualitative, human relations abilities as well as individual quantitative abilities to fulfill cross functional roles within an organization.