You want to earn an MBA degree that prepares you not only for today’s global business environment, but that is rooted in Christian principles and ethics. You’ll find that at Palm Beach Atlantic University, Florida’s top Christian college.
All courses are offered in the evening and most meet just once a week, from 6 to10 p.m. You have the choice to complete your degree in 12 or 24 months. You’ll receive your Master of Business Administration degree from PBA’s esteemed Rinker School of Business, which is accredited by the International Assembly of Collegiate Business Education (IACBE).
Fact: If you rank in the upper 20 percent of your master’s class, you are invited for membership in Sigma Beta Delta, an honorary society that encourages scholarship and promotes personal and professional improvement.
At PBA, you’ll:
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The Rinker School of Business is named after Marshall E. “Doc” Rinker Sr., who started a small building materials company in 1926 with $500. Rinker, a practical and well-organized man who loved to learn, sold his internationally known business for $515 million in 1988.
You’ll learn from seasoned professionals who have earned their degrees — and taught at — respected institutions across the country. They’ve published in esteemed business journals, such as the Journal of Business Review, and authored textbooks. They also have real-world experience, including one marketing professor who worked for a multimedia communication company for more than 30 years and a business professor who spent 25 years as a financial consultant with Smith Barney. They also are active members of a variety of organizations, such as the Academy of Management, the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the National Business and Economics Society.
You’ll be earning your MBA in one of the nation’s premier economic areas, home to Fortune 500 companies, top nonprofit organizations and government agencies, providing you with the perfect backdrop to continue your studies (not to mention tremendous opportunities to advance in your career).
Learn about the annual Joe J. Eassa Jr. Scholarship for MBA students.
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