Master of Business Administration (MBA)

Degree Type
Area of Interest
Business and Leadership
Degree Level
College of Business, Performing Arts, and Leadership

Our MBA program is fully accredited by the ACBSP and recruits talented students with diverse academic and professional backgrounds. Non-business majors can prepare for our MBA program through a 3-credit Foundations of Business course. The Viterbo MBA is the program of choice for professionals in our region. Students in the program choose to complete a general MBA program or one of the optional emphasis areas.   



Students must maintain a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 for all MBA coursework, with no individual course grade lower than a C.


All graduate business students are expected to attend all class meetings. However it is understood that busy professionals may have to miss a class. If a student is unable to attend a class, the student must contact the instructor and take responsibility to meet the class objectives. This makeup will ordinarily require additional written work. It is the duty of the students to make arrangements for missed work. Outside of class, students must be able to schedule their time carefully and condition themselves to meet the rigorous demands of the program. If more than one class meeting will be missed within a course, the student shall contact the instructor and/or the MBA director in advance to discuss whether the student should enroll in the course at another time.

Transfer Credit

Students may transfer up to nine graduate credits taken within the last 10 years from a regionally accredited college or university into the MBA program. Requests to transfer credits must be made in the student’s first semester and accompanied by an official transcript from the institution at which prior credits were earned.

Learning Outcomes
  • Ability to create innovative business strategies and processes on the basis of systems thinking and sustainability.
  • Capability of ethically leading change through individual, team, organization and systemic collaboration.
  • Apply integrative and critical thinking skills to make effective organizational decisions.
  • Communicate effectively with a high level of professionalism.
    Complete the program requirements, including six credits from MKTG. In addition, students pursuing this emphasis must focus their MGMT 525 program on a marketing topic.
    Complete the program requirements, including six credits from MGMT or SVLD courses approved by MBA or MASL program chair. In addition, students pursuing this emphasis must focus their MGMT 525 project on issues related to nonprofit organizations.


Programs in the Dahl School of Business are accredited by the Accreditation Council of Business Schools and Programs, the leading specialized accreditation association for business education supporting, celebrating, and rewarding teaching excellence. Accreditation Council of Business Schools and Programs, 11520 West 119th Street, Overland Park, KS 66213, 913-339-9356, Fax: 913-339-6226,