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Master of Business Administration (MBA)

18-24
Months to complete
Only 40 credit hours
On-Campus or Online
(Live & on-demand)
Choose your format
$704
Per credit hour
10% partner discount

An MBA with ROI

Mount Mercy University’s Master of Business Administration (MBA) program develops purpose-driven achievers.

We realize that an MBA is only as valuable as where it can take you, so you’ll develop the skills desired by today’s leading companies and organizations. This is where you make the connections that count—interacting with people who can help you grow in your career. 

Earn your master’s degree in business administration from Mount Mercy, and prepare for a lifetime of meaningful progress.

What can you do with a Master's in Business Administration?

Earning your Master of Business Administration (MBA) is a pivotal step toward increasing your lifelong earning potential and advancing in leadership roles.

Build the skills employers want, align your actions with your values, and change the way the world does business.

Why a Master’s in Business Administration (MBA) from Mount Mercy?

Our MBA program is practical, applicable, and experiential—helping you expand upon the human skills needed to excel in today’s dynamic business environment.

  • Experience a curriculum that keeps pace with the times
  • Collaborate with professors who are practicing professionals
  • Graduate ready to rise in your career

As you work toward your business administration master’s degree, you’ll focus on ethical and socially responsible management, build your professional network, and develop your business acumen through real-world experiences.

What can you do in our Master of Business Administration program?

  • Learn from expert professors
  • Partner with local non-profit organizations
  • Develop marketing plans
  • Conduct primary research
  • Thrive in an environment driven by collaboration
  • Benefit from an atmosphere where big ideas are born

What courses will I take?

BA Courses

BA 500 Legal Environment Of Management: 3 semester hours

This course examines the legal and regulatory environment of business, and managerial decision making within the context of laws, regulations, and court decisions. Focus is on analysis of the legal system, including contracts, agencies, and governmental regulations, torts, corporate and other types of business entities.

BA 503 Commercial Law: 3 semester hours

This course is designed to meet the needs of someone working in the fields of finance, real estate, banking and business leadership. It is essential for someone preparing for the CPA exam. The legal topics covered are property, sales, debtor- creditor, commercial paper, security regulation and business organizations. Prerequisite: BA203 or permission of program director.

BA 505 Statistics for Managerial Decision Making: 3 semester hours

This course provides students with analytical tools and methodologies useful in management. The emphasis is on the use of data for modeling and solving problems in the areas of marketing, finance, human resources, and operations. Topics covered include data analysis and modeling, simple and multiple regression, nonparametric statistics, and statistical quality control.

BA 510 The Global Business Environment: 3 semester hours

This course introduces the students to the economic, political, legal and social dimensions in conducting international business operations. Students will be introduced to basic economic principles of international trade and comparative advantage. The course will address political and legal conditions in different regions and how they impact business operations and will discuss how social and cultural contexts affect business operations and decisions. This course will enable the students to see how a global business operation differs from a domestic one in terms of strategy, management, finance and marketing. The knowledge and the skills that students develop in this class will help them become better strategic planners, managers, communicators and decision makers in an international business context.

BA 515 Organizational Ethics: 3 semester hours

This course will explore how values shape individual ethical behaviors, and how these behaviors influence leadership and decision making. The course will provide practical knowledge and tools needed to effectively manage the everyday ethical issues that can arise in business. Students will discuss how legal, philosophical, and corporate practices influence ethical behavior for individuals and companies. Students will examine how social, environmental, and stakeholder responsibilities, as well as different values, impact ethical behavior in companies.

BA 520 Applied Financial Reporting: 3 semester hours

This course will teach students how to analyze financial statements in detail. The financial statements will be approached from the users' perspective rather than the preparers' perspective. The course will combine the case approach with the lecture approach so students can apply the concepts learned to real businesses. Students will examine the financial statements of actual businesses in order to assess the presentation of the financials to judge whether the financial statements are presented fairly or are misleading in any way. Prerequisite: BC 600.

BA 544 Investments: 3 semester hours

This course teaches students about a broad range of investment opportunities as well as how to analyze those opportunities. These opportunities are discussed in conjunction with investment goals. Additionally, the course teaches students about various securities valuation techniques. Students will apply those valuation techniques to the stocks of publicly held corporations. Students will also analyze several companies and assess the risk of the company, its projected growth in EPS, and the value of its shares to judge whether the market is fairly valuing, overvaluing, or undervaluing the stock. Prerequisites: BC 265, BC 266 and BC 600.

BA 560 Securities Analysis: 3 semester hours

This course is intended to be a follow-up course to the Investments course. This course will involve a very hands-on approach to valuing entire entities. Students will learn how to assess the prospects and the risk of a company and they will learn to value companies using a variety of approaches such as discounted cash flow analysis and various valuation metrics. Students will be required to examine and judge the inputs that go into the valuation of a specific company’s stock and compare and contrast this with another company in the same industry. Prerequisite: BA 344 or BA 544 and BC 600.

BA 610 Entrepreneurial Endeavors: 3 semester hours

This elective will expose students to the "entrepreneurial mindset" of what it takes to start, grow, and maintain a business. Critical to this effort is to understand the vital aspect of "strategic fit..." does the market want or need what I (my business) have to offer? Starting and operating a new venture involves considerable risk in today's fast-paced business environment. In the creation and growth of a new enterprise, the entrepreneur assumes all the risk for development and survival yet stands to receive the ultimate reward, if/when successful. Key to continued success is the entrepreneur's ability to seek partners that insure future growth, vision, and profitability.

BA 620 Cases in Finance: 3 semester hours

This course will teach students how to analyze financial cases. The case method of instruction simulates the "real world" by exposing students to actual situations where financial decisions must be made. Students must use their prior knowledge of finance and common sense to arrive at recommendations for each case. This process will enable students to sharpen their technical finance skills and enhance their ability to use subjective judgment in decision-making. It will also require students to build financial models useful to the analysis of financial decisions. Prerequisites: BA 344 or BA 544 and BC 600.

BA 640 International Business Strategy & Culture: 3 semester hours

What does it take to do business with another country? This travel course will examine international business strategies, foreign exchange, tariffs and trade, economic conditions and culture of destination countries. We will have a firsthand look at international businesses in operation as well as lectures from in-country experts. Students will utilize all of their skills and knowledge as they examine business strategies and operations for successful sustainable growth in foreign countries. BA 640 should be taken in the final year of the MBA or MSL program. Students must complete 6 of the 9 core courses in the MSL before taking this course. This course can be taken as an elective OR as a substitute for the MSL/MBA Capstone.

BC Courses

BC 500 Corporate Financial Reporting: 3 semester hours

This course will be taught from a financial statement user's perspective, as opposed to a preparer's perspective. Students will learn to read, interpret and analyze the information contained in the financial statements of public companies, prepared in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles, to aid in effective management decision making.

BC 600 Managerial Finance: 3 semester hours

This course builds on the basic concepts introduced in the Corporate Finance Reporting course. The course will equip students with a solid grounding in the core financial concepts and the necessary tools they need to make good decisions. Along with the core concepts of finance, the course will focus on the various methods of financial analysis. Prerequisite: BC 500 Corporate Financial Reporting.

BC 620 International Financial Reporting Standards: 3 semester hours

The course is proposed to be offered as an elective in the MBA Program. The course's focus is to develop advanced skills for the students when applying the International Financial Reporting Standards. The course will enable students to gain a fundamental understanding of how the key elements of financial statements are derived, to implement the most frequently used accounting standards and translate these to specific international standards, to apply and demonstrate a high level of technical knowledge of international accounting standards, to apply a number of key standards in practical situations, and to formulate insights as to the likely future developments in the process of setting standards. Prerequisite: BC 500 - Corporate Financial Reporting.

BK Courses

BK 500 Managerial Marketing: 3 semester hours

Students will use a managerial approach to solving advanced topics in marketing with a heavy emphasis on case analysis. Students will use research data to make strategic marketing recommendations. Topics will include: market analysis, strategic planning, and implementation of marketing strategy.

BN Courses

BN 500 Organizational Effectiveness: 4 semester hours

This course introduces students to the basic principles of human behavior and how these principles apply to the management of individuals and groups in organizations. Topics include: individual differences in abilities and attitudes, attribution, motivation, group dynamics, power and politics, leadership, conflict resolution, organizational culture, and organizational structure and design.

BN 505 Managing Talent: 3 semester hours

This course offers an introduction to Human Resources Management and discusses how it fits into the workplace. The course presents theories and issues in the Human Resources field, and it defines the Human Resources practitioner as a change agent. It presents the core competencies of Human Resources professionals including recruitment, selection, and placement; job classifications and wage and benefits; employee relations, supervision, counseling, discipline, and employment law.

BN 510 Operations Management: 3 semester hours

This course focuses on managerial issues in manufacturing including project management, PERT, critical path analysis, and time-cost models. The major operations management issues are quality management and control, capacity management, plant location, layout and design, production planning and scheduling, supply chain management, and inventory management. Prerequisite: BA 505 Statistics for Managerial Decision Making.

BN 515 Interpersonal Compentencies: 4 semester hours

This course examines the ways organizations can be managed more effectively to drive performance. Studying theories and frameworks students will learn how individuals and groups interact within the workplace while comparing how leadership decisions including structure, culture and work assignments affect individual behavior. Understanding how to increase employee motivation and team performance helps managers achieve organizational strategies.

BN 520 Communicating Virtually: 3 semester hours

By understanding the right channel to deliver communication, one can influence the richness and scope of the message. Students will explore tools and technology to enhance the virtual communication process.

BN 525 Leading A Remote Workforce: 3 semester hours

Work dynamics change when coworkers no longer connect in person. Leaders need to know how to lead in a virtual environment. Students will analyze leadership knowledge, skills. and abilities necessary to achieve organizational outcomes at a distance.

BN 530 Remote Workforce Management: 3 semester hours

Organizational policies, procedures, and standards need to adjust to a remote workforce that mirror the desired culture. The locations of the organization and employees drive cultural norms and the standards in which the remote workforce follows. This course takes an in-depth look at how working remotely affects the desired culture of an organization.

BN 535 Dynamic Marketing: 3 semester hours

This course is designed to immerse students in the research and evaluation of the marketing environment to identify strategic fit for product and service offerings. Beginning with a perceptive understanding of the buyer mindset to position products and services, students will identify, analyze, and exercise the most effective strategies and tools that will ensure success in a dynamic environment.

BN 540 Managing People and Teams: 3 semester hours

This course provides students with an enhanced understanding of managing people and effective teams in organizations. There is increased reliance upon teams and team-based projects focusing on innovation and performance in organizations. This course offers students an opportunity to gain greater knowledge in managing, creating and sustaining high-performing employees and teams.

BN 545 Professionalism and Ethics: 3 semester hours

This course examines the professional and ethical challenges that an inexperienced business professional can face. The course will help the students develop the professional skills and ethical frameworks necessary to successfully and ethically meet those challenges. Students will also discuss how legal, societal, and corporate pressures influence decision making.

BN 550 Business Continuity Planning: 3 semester hours

There are many circumstances that can impact an organization’s ability to continue to operate through a crisis. Business continuation planning spreads across many disciplines and includes many methods and tools. Risk management is one component used to proactively manage these circumstances. This course attempts to practically identify and apply these methods and provides templates and tools to improve the probability of business continuity in crisis.

BN 555 Entrepreneurial Mindset: 3 semester hours

This course focuses on inspiring students to develop an entrepreneurial mindset while providing them while demonstrating the need for creativity as it relates to entrepreneurship. We introduce the role of the entrepreneur, the power of innovation and technology in the entrepreneurial process with a focus on the development of growth-oriented and innovative ventures. Entrepreneurship is both a way of thinking and of doing. Students will learn how to identify, assess, and implement new business opportunities within established organizations to drive and maintain competitive advantage.

BN 560 Budgeting and Forecasting: 3 semester hours

This course examines the entire budgeting process from start to finish, including how to create a disciplined culture of budgeting in an organization, the various methods for building budgets, techniques to analyze results, and how to increase the chances of organizational performance improvements.

BN 565 Analytics and Decision Making: 3 semester hours

Analytics is about using data and modeling to solve various kinds of problems. Making good decisions using data provides students with a distinct competitive advantage. This course will help students understand the concepts of sound statistical thinking that can be applied in surprisingly wide contexts, sometimes even before there is any data. Students will learn key decision-making concepts which focus on analyzing problems and the ideas that really matter, illustrate by lively, practical, accessible examples.

BN 570 Exploratory Learning: 3 semester hours

This course is designed as “learning by doing,” … a process in which students explore their strengths while learning new things while identifying skills, attitudes, and behaviors required to improve overall performance. Applying knowledge will be gained through hands-on experiences (internships, externships, apprenticeships) involving employers, business leaders, non-profit involvement, and project assignments.

BN 575 Principles of Supply Chain Management: 3 semester hours

This course as an elective will focus on developing sustainable supply chain solutions that provide the best TCO (Total Cost of Ownership) in the industrial, consumer and service business sectors. The course provides an overview of the topic for students in degree programs other than Supply Chain Management, equipping them to analyze and evaluate the quality of supply chain management in any organization, as well as, develop critical thinking skills to assure that the management of the supply chain is deeply integrated into every aspect of business.

BN 576 Global Supply Chain Management: 3 semester hours

This course discusses the subject of global supply chain management and prepares students for careers in the field of supply chain management. This Global Supply Chain Management course discusses emerging issues in orchestrating a supply chain across borders for competitive success. It studies the roles of global economies, politics, infrastructure and competence in the context of supply chain management.

BN 577 Supply Chain Strategy & Customer Value: 3 semester hours

This focuses on developing sustainable supply chain solutions that provide the best TCO (Total Cost of Ownership) in the industrial, consumer and service business sectors. This course will introduce students to a strategic view of Supply Chain Management, how it is used to enhance customer value, and will equip them to analyze and evaluate the quality of supply chain management in any organization, as well as develop the critical thinking skills to assure that the strategic management of the supply chain is deeply integrated into every aspect of business.

BN 578 Supply Chain Technology & Product Innovation: 3 semester hours

Applying a preventative thought process to the supply chain demonstrates the importance of guiding new product innovation through the use of the most up to date supply chain technology in order to provide the end customer with a product that they value highly. The application of collaborative design methods, data analysis techniques with regard to design form/fit/function and the ability of a supplier to provide the best possible solution meeting a customer’s needs is a necessary part of the product innovation process in today’s product development world.

BN 579 Supply Chain Analytics: 3 semester hours

Making good decisions requires the ability to analyze data in straightforward, direct ways that produce high integrity results. This course requires students to apply the decision support models that are most frequently used in supply chain applications. Quantitative and statistical methods for decision making, hypothesis testing, regression and correlation analysis, forecasting, linear programming, and decision analysis will be explored. Specific case studies requiring data modeling and analysis will be used to demonstrate the use of the tools presented, requiring students to apply the tool correctly, not simply learn about it.

BN 582 Corporate Social Responsibility: 3 semester hours

Triple bottom line (people, planet, profit) concepts will be examined in this course. Students will explore the psychological, cultural, ethical, and economic sustainability issues affecting an increasingly broad range of global stakeholders. While using systems thinking students will study how and why leaders implement innovation, collaborate to solve local and global sustainability challenges and face outsourcing, poverty and human rights, globally. Students will have the opportunity to research Blue Zone programs sustainability.

BN 585 Organizational Change: 3 semester hours

In today’s competitive global economy, managing change effectively is more important than ever. People are the common denominator of organization endeavor, regardless of the organizations’ s size or purpose. The course will explore how leaders can effect change. Special emphasis will be placed on the nature of change, resistance to change and strategies to overcome resistance.

BN 599 Special Topics in Business: 3 semester hours

This course will be offered as an elective to address special topics in business that Mount Mercy University does not currently offer. Topics may include: change management, organizational psychology, upper echelon of leadership, diversity and discrimination, crisis management, or other advanced studies in business. Students may complete more than one special topics course for elective credit.

BN 600 Strategic Human Resource Management: 3 semester hours

Global competition combined with the transition to a knowledge-based economy requires organizations to take an integrated, strategic approach to preparing a workforce that can meet the business demands of the future. This course focuses on the history and changes in human resources, understanding business strategies and devising HR practices to support them, identifying how organizations gain sustainable competitive advantage through effective human resource strategies, and how workforce diversity and globalization is capable of enhancing an organization's human talent to drive successful business results. Particular focus will be given to measuring human resource outcomes and the integration with overall business strategy.

BN 601 Talent Development: 3 semester hours

The course's focus is to develop advanced skills in identifying and measuring employee performance and determining what training opportunities are best for the workplace. The course will instruct individuals how to apply a systematic process of discovering and analyzing human performance gaps, plans for future improvements in performance, design and develop cost-effective and ethical solutions to close the gaps.

BN 602 Employment Law: 3 semester hours

The focus of this course is to develop advanced skills and understanding aspects of the law that impact human capital in the workplace. This is an ever changing topic and will be imperative for businesses to stay abreast on the legal aspects of managing people.

BN 603 Total Rewards Systems: 3 semester hours

Understanding compensation and benefits as part of an organization’s rewards system is critical for today’s human resource professionals and managers. Often these costs are the most significant budget line item to an organization. The practices surrounding compensation and benefits are constantly changing and without a solid understanding of this facet of management, managers could make decisions that would possibly incur unnecessary costs to the organization. This course includes tools that are needed to make quality, educated decisions and requires students to apply their learning to evaluate and implement compensation and benefit programs inside their organizations. Prerequisite: BN 600.

BN 608 Coaching Skills for Leaders: 3 semester hours

In this course, students will develop skills and knowledge to assist them to be effective coaches in the organizational environment. An extra fee is charged for this course. Prerequisite: BN500 or approval of the MSL program director.

BN 610 Quantitative Modeling For Decision Making: 3 semester hours

This course is a survey of statistical and mathematical programming models and their applications in business and management. These techniques include statistical distributions, multiple regression, linear and Integer Programming, Network Models, and transportation and assignment method, Game Theory, Decision Theory, Queuing and Goal Programming.

BN 617 Supply Chain Planning & Control: 3 semester hours

Supply Chain Planning and Control allows an organization to most efficiently and effectively plan their operations, while optimizing inventory levels and maximizing output to satisfy actual customer demand. This class focuses on all of the steps, techniques, processes, calculations, etc. involved in transitioning from the highest-level aggregate plan to providing the most timely and lowest cost detailed customer delivery results. A majority (no more than three remaining) of the SCM classes should be taken prior to taking this course.

BN 618 Supply Chain Distribution: 3 semester hours

Supply chain Distribution is the methods used to get products to your customers. Advantages of a well-tuned distribution network include: reduced delivery cycle times, lower inventories and resulting increased cash flow, lower costs and higher quality to delivery performance, etc. The choice of the distribution channel, and the performance of the partners operating the distribution mechanics, go a long way towards improving the perception of your organization’s performance in the eyes of your customer.

BN 620 Principles of Project Management: 3 semester hours

Effective management of a project is a skill many (if not all) MBA students will need to have at some time during their professional career. The goal of this course is to give students the effective tools and knowledge to accomplish this successfully. Students will learn how projects get started, how to successfully manage a project and its resources, and how organizations select the "right" project to work on.

BN 625 Sustainability & Growth: 3 semester hours

This course is a survey of environmental economics and management. The course covers economic theories and management practices that balance short and medium term commercial gain against the long term goals of preserving natural resources and productive capacity. Economic topics include externality theory, regulation economics and the evaluation of public policy. Management topics include sustainable growth policies and practices, product and process design and the impact of corporate practices on consumers and communities. The course will address local, national and global impacts of government public policy and corporate environmental practices.

BN 630 Methods of Quality Management: 3 semester hours

This course as an elective will provide the historical context of quality management and introduce the student to a number of quality management systems including Total Quality Management (TQM), ISO, the National Baldrige Award, Lean and Six Sigma that are currently being implemented in today's organizations. The course will host several guest lecturers from the community who are specialists in quality management.

BN 635 Leadership Foundations: 3 semester hours

The focus of the course is to provide a review of Leadership theories both from an historical perspective and the current day leadership styles that have evolved over the decades since the Industrial Revolution. The course will include the opportunity for students to self-assess, develop and create their own leadership style.

BN 645 Quality Practices in the Global Marketplace: 3 semester hours

With the ever-increasing activity in selling goods and services internationally, the increasing demand and sophistication of customers has practically forced companies to embrace total quality programs as a means of competitive advantage in pricing, service and performance. This course thoroughly examines how total quality applications are most effectively utilized to drive organizational sustainability while competing in and international marketplace. Prerequisite: BN 630.

BN 650 Business Capstone: 3 semester hours

The Business Capstone course will give students the opportunity as individuals to conduct an organizational assessment of an organization. The students will also work in small teams to specifically frame and analyze an area of concern suggested by an organization utilizing their learning from the MBA curriculum. Prerequisites: 9 of core classes must be complete before enrolling in this course.

BN 652 Supply Chain Business Analysis: 3 semester hours

This class is intended to be the drawing together of knowledge from all other SCM classes into a final, overall study of the impact of the value of the supply chain from raw materials through final customer support. The primary output from the class will be a report and presentation developed throughout the course providing a detailed analysis of a companies of choice selected by teams of students in the class. A majority (no more than three remaining) of the SCM classes should be taken prior to taking this course.

BN 699 Independent Study: 3 semester hours

If a student wishes to independently study or research a particular topic, he/she may propose to work with an appropriate faculty member within their discipline. No more than 2 courses may be taken as independent study by any student.

EC Courses

EC 580 Managerial Economics: 3 semester hours

Students will apply the principles of economics to managerial decision making. Topics will include: interest rates, inflation, international trade, business cycles and supply and demand. Case studies will be used to demonstrate the impact of pricing policies, and the relationship between market structure and strategy.

EC 590 Labor Economics: 3 semester hours

This course addresses the theory and practice of labor markets. From the firm's perspective, it will cover the Economic efficiency of human resource policies and decisions - that is Micro level decisions. The Macro perspective deals with government policies and labor regulations: costs and benefits, the impact on productivity, employment and unemployment. As necessary components of labor economics, we will discuss the economics of human capital, gender and racial equality, discrimination, compensation and immigration as part of the international labor markets. Included is the study labor market institutions: like government, unions, the impact of culture and work ethics. Applications will be provided from manufacturing, financial, healthcare and other service industries. Prerequisite:EC 580 - Managerial Economics.

Earn your Master’s in Business Administration degree on your schedule

Enjoy the flexibility to earn your master’s degree in business administration with a format that helps you balance work, school, and all your other responsibilities.

  • Choose from flexible start dates
  • Take one course at a time
  • Enjoy manageable 5- and 10-week blocks
  • Meet on-campus or online (live & on-demand) once each week
Larry Covington '19 MBA

The entire staff worked to ensure I could pursue my career and education goals without missing a beat. The flexibility of the program even allowed me to continue coaching my son’s traveling baseball team.

Larry Covington '19 MBA
Pr. Program Manager | Collins Aerospace

What will you learn in our Master of Business Administration program?

Evaluate strategic management. Explore organizational change. Establish a growth mindset. Hone your personal brand. Take what you learn and leverage it for mobility and flexibility in your career. Develop the foundation you need to achieve your goals.

Dardis training

As part of our MBA and MSL curriculum, you’ll gain valuable training on presentation skills and professional image from Dardis Communications to empower you in your career. In an increasingly competitive market, the ability to present, articulate your vision, and hone your personal brand could be the keys in setting you apart from the rest.

Customize your master’s degree in business administration

Earn a graduate certificate now, and apply it to your MBA later. After just four courses (12-13 semester hours), you can earn a certificate in:

You can also choose an area of emphasis in the following:

  • Health Care Administration
  • Human Resources
  • Leadership
  • Operation & Quality Management
  • Supply Chain Management

How can I afford a Master’s in Business Administration?

You may be eligible for scholarships and loan programs.

The first step is to complete your FAFSA, which helps determine state and federal aid available to you. Our federal school code is 001880. Contact our Financial Aid Office with any questions.

Get started on your master’s degree in business administration

Applications are accepted and reviewed year-round. Our graduate admissions team is here to help you reach your educational goals and answer your questions. 

  1. Complete your application
  2. Request official transcripts from all institutions previously attended. Email to gradprograms@mtmercy.edu or mail to:

Graduate Programs
Mount Mercy University
1330 Elmhurst Drive NE
Cedar Rapids, IA 52402-4797

  • Currently working at least part-time in the field of business (ongoing requirement for at least part-time work during program)
    • Requirement can be waived by program director

  • Some students may be asked to participate in a personal interview with the program director

  • A student may be admitted to the MBA program prior to completing the prerequisite courses
    • Prerequisite courses include BC 265 Principles of Accounting I, BC 266 Principles of Accounting II, EC 252 Microeconomic Principles, and MA 130 Finite Mathematics. Course descriptions can be found in the catalog
    • Upon admission, the student will meet with an academic advisor and receive an advising form indicating prerequisite courses that need to be completed and in what order
    • The student may enroll in either accelerated or traditional classes to complete prerequisite courses at the tuition rate for those classes
    • MBA grading polices will be in effect for all MBA and prerequisite classes taken at Mount Mercy

Which Business & Leadership program is right for me?

The key is to determine your goals, interests, and ambitions:

  • The Master of Business Administration (MBA) builds upon your existing business expertise.

Many students have completed both programs.