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Master of Business Administration (MBA)

Master of Business Administration

Take advantage of a 21st-century business-focused curriculum that empowers candidates with the necessary resources to be successful in an ever-changing global society. The Lourdes MBA program provides a values-centered, student-focused, and career-driven education that prepares graduates to pursue continuous success.

The 100 percent online MBA program at Lourdes University gives you valuable tools for career advancement and prepares you to be an ethical, motivational, and strategic leader at your organization.

Lourdes University MBA students come from all over the country, including Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Pennsylvania. Graduates are business professionals by trade and ethical leaders by choice.

The program, which students can complete in 18 to 24 months, features small class sizes taught by instructors with extensive real-world experience. There is no GMAT or GRE required. The flexible format is ideal for busy professionals and executives.

Admission Requirements

APPLICATION DETAILS

MBA applications will be accepted until one week prior to class start, or when all seats are full. Apply early to secure your seat!

  • Apply for Admission: Complete and submit the online application for graduate students here.
    • If you have previously applied but did not enroll in courses, please complete and submit a new application so all of your records can be updated.
  • Request Transcripts: Order transcripts from all colleges and universities attended
    • Have electronic copies sent to gradadmit@lourdes.edu OR Have your institution send official hard copies to:

Lourdes University Graduate Admissions
6832 Convent Blvd.
Sylvania, OH  43560

  • Provide Recommender Information: Provide name, organization, position/title, relationship, phone number & email address for one professional recommender.
  • Submit Current Resume
  • Application Review: The application review process takes approximately 48 hours once all documentation is received.
  • Admission Decision: Admission decisions will be sent via email and a hard copy letter will be sent to your home address.
  • Return the Intent to Enroll – To complete the application process, please access the Intent to Enroll link (in your acceptance email), complete and submit the form.
  • Course Registration – The Graduate Office of Admissions will facilitate enrollment into your first semester courses. You will self-register for subsequent semesters.

Curriculum & Learning Outcomes

CURRICULUM

Total Credit Hours Required for Graduation: 36 credit hours

Core Courses (24 credit hours):

MBA 631 Leadership Theory
MBA 632 Financial and Managerial Accounting
MBA 633 Decision Making and Effective Business Communication
MBA 634 Global Business Perspectives
MBA 635 Corporate Finance
MBA 636 Dynamic Marketing Strategy
MBA 637 Crafting & Executing Strategy
MBA 638 Models, Markets, and Their Limitations

MBA Concentrations (1 Concentration for 12 credit hours required):

LEADERSHIP AND ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT

MBA 671 Maximizing Social and Self-Awareness
MBA 672 Virtuous Leadership
MBA 673 Strategic Global Leadership
MBA 674 Diversity and Leadership

OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT

MBA 643 Operations Management
MBA 644 Supply Chain Management
MBA 647 Risk Analysis and Quality Management
MBA 648 Strategic Negotiations

PROJECT MANAGEMENT

MBA 645 Advanced Project Management
MBA 646 Project Resources
MBA 647 Risk Analysis and Quality Management
MBA 648 Strategic Negotiations

MBA LEARNING OUTCOMES

  • An ability to recognize complex problems and accurately apply management concepts as a team member, by drawing upon facts, frameworks and theories to strategically complete projects.
  • Ability to apply marketing concepts in order to effectively communicate, persuade and strategically engage diverse
    audiences within a technically driven business environment.
  • Ability to apply accounting concepts and quantitative techniques in the creation, and analysis of financial situations within a business environment.
  • Ability to apply financial concepts and quantitative techniques and methods in the analysis of financial and nonfinancial purposes to minimize risk.
  • Understanding of ethical and social responsibility of leaders and their organizations, including an understanding of the value of diversity in leadership and leadership development.
  • Understanding of the multidimensional global business environment.

Business and Leadership Faculty

Yasser Alhenawi

Yasser Alhenawi, MBA, M.Sc., Ph.D.

Finance, Dean of Business

Tomas Avery

Tomas Avery

Business

Brett-Berger

Brett Berger, M.S.M.

Chair of Sports Management

Andrew-D-Blazik

Andrew D. Blazsik, M.B.A., M.A.

Finance and Economics

Rhonda L. Brown, MOD, CPTD

Rhonda L. Brown, MOD, CPTD

Leadership

Joyce Connor-Boyd

Joyce Connor-Boyd

Leadership

Phillip Cook

Phillip Cook

Marketing

Casey Czubek, B. ED, MBA

Casey Czubek, B. ED, MBA

Business

Bob-Detwiler

Robert Detwiler, Ph.D.

Human Resources Management and Leadership

Marius-DeVilliers

Marius DeVilliers, Ph.D.

International Business

Kelly Donovan

Kelly Donovan

Accounting

Donald Emmons

Donald Emmons

Project Management

Asad Farah

Asad Farah

Economics

Jonathan Farrel

Jonathan Farrell, M.B.A.

Chair of Marketing

David Harms

David M. Harms, Ph.D., M.Ed.

Business Information Technology

Romont-Johnson

Romont Johnson, M.B.A.

Management and Marketing

Ramadevi Kannan

Ramadevi Kannan, M.A.

Accounting

Jean-Kujawa

Jean Kujawa, M.B.A.

Economics

Gregory Logue

Gregory Logue

International Business

Rupert Loyd, Ph.D., M.Div.

Rupert Loyd, Ph.D., M.Div.

Business Ethics

Robert McMahon

Robert McMahon

Economics

Meghan Michael

Meghan Michael

Human Resources Management

Gilbert Morales

Gilbert Morales

Finance and Economics

Dennis Murphy

Dennis Murphy

Marketing

Sally Oberski

Sally Oberski

Leadership

Patricia OConnell

Patricia O’Connell, Ph.D.

Leadership

Laura Ott

Laura Ott

Business

Chrys Peterson

Chrys Peterson

Business

Kevin Parlette, DBA

Kevin Parlette, DBA

Adjunct Professor

Juliah Rucker

Juliah Rucker

Administrative Assistant - College of Business and Leadership

Jennifer Sader, Ph.D.

Jennifer Sader, Ph.D.

Leadership

Geoffrey-VanderPal

Geoffrey VanderPal, D.B.A., M.B.A.

Business

Todd-Williams

Todd M. Williams, J.D.

Business Law

Stephen-Wilson

Stephen B. Wilson, M.B.A.

Accounting

Kimberly Yost, Ph.D.

Kimberly Yost, Ph.D.

Business

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Contact Graduate Admissions to discuss your degree plans and explore Lourdes University’s program offerings.

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