The Master of Business Administration in Project Management graduate degree program equips you with leadership skills based on Christ-centered principles in five essential disciplines: operations, finance and accounting, organizational behavior, marketing, and strategy. Integrating theory of project design, resource management, risk management, principles of effective communication, and quality assurance, concentration courses will prepare you to offer solutions built upon best practices in the field.
- School: Adult & Graduate Studies
- Division: Business
- Degree Type: Master of Business Administration
- Format: Residential, Online
- Location: Grand Rapids, Kalamazoo, Lansing
- Program Length: 20-22 months
- Delivery Format: Blended and online
- Accelerated cohort model
- Flexible, convenient learning options
- On-site courses meet 6:00 - 10:00 p.m.
- Total Credit Hours: 38
- Estimated Cost: $21,930
- Program Start Date: Cohorts begin periodically throughout the year. Speak with an enrollment counselor today to learn more.
- Application Deadline: Rolling admission
- New Skills and Proficiencies: You'll graduate able to demonstrate knowledge of economics, marketing, accounting, finance, and management. These core business disciplines will prepare you to analyze and provide solutions for business issues you face in your career and in the global economy.
- Career Opportunities:
- Product development
- Construction management
To understand the total estimated cost and investment of the M.B.A. in Project Management program, review a breakdown of expenses:
- Application Fee: $25
- Tuition Cost: $500 per credit hour
- Technology Fee: $40 per course
- Resource Fee: $200 per course
- Graduation Fee: $50
- Reservation Fee: $30
Cornerstone University's commitment to offer you a competitively priced degree means that we partner with you to ensure its affordability. Preview our step-by-step financial aid checklist.
Upon starting a degree, you will continue through the M.B.A. in Project Management program with your classmates as a cohort. With an average of 15 students in each cohort, you can expect one-on-one attention from faculty members while gleaning insights from other students' personal and professional experience.
"I have really learned many business principles in the MBA program, but above all else, it has been a great motivator to put God first in every aspect of business, from employee to employer, both locally and globally.
It has reminded me that this is why we are in business in the first place, to share the goodness of God in all aspects of life." —Diane Koelndorfer (M.B.A. '15)
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