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The Collaborative Master of Business Administration
|Field of Study:
||Business Administration and Management, GeneralMulti-/Interdisciplinary Studies, Other
||Our hyper-connected global society has complex challenges that require new leaders equipped with high-level skills and deep understanding of the world. Unlike many MBA programs that focus only on developing technical skills, the Collaborative MBA program includes additional emphasis on personal formation, competency, relationships, and business without harm to people or the environment.
A 36-hour-accredited MBA that can be completed in 22 months.
Values-Based – curriculum based on “Leadership for the Common Good.”
Flexible Community – online learning on your time at your place, anywhere in the world with a high-speed internet connection, designed for maximum student interaction and mutual learning.
Hybrid Course Delivery – This online program includes two weeks of residency, one at the beginning at one of our schools, the other a year into the program in an international setting. Otherwise, classes are delivered in synchronous (live video conferencing) and asynchronous (online learning/information sharing outside of the constraints of time and place).
Customized – choose from eight concentrations including one that is self-designed.
Quality Professors and Mentors – access a large group of professors with diverse backgrounds from our four partner schools: Goshen College, Canadian Mennonite University, Eastern Mennonite University, and Bluffton University.
Cohort Model – Join a cohort of students from around the world as you move through the curriculum together.
||The Collaborative Master of Business Administration at Canadian Mennonite University - Graduate Programs
|Additional Admission Requirements:
||An interview, either in person, conference call, or video conference, is required.
For applicants with less than seven years of work experience, GMAT or GRE scores are required. Those with seven years of work experience are encouraged to take either the GMAT or GRE if their academic and workplace records do not show strong quantitative and communication skills.
Two recommendations. One recommendation must be from your current supervisor. The second recommendation can be from an individual who can comment on your professional and/or academic qualities.
Interview with program director or other designated person.
* We make every attempt to provide accurate information on prerequisites, programs, and tuition. However, this information is subject to change without notice and we highly recommend that you contact the school to confirm important information before applying.
Last Updated: July 07, 2015