Prepare to Lead & Serve at Milligan
The Milligan MBA is designed to accommodate working professionals, which means you don’t have to sacrifice your job and salary while earning your MBA. Keep your sanity, keep your cool, and keep your money.
- 14 months, one Saturday a month + online
- GMAT not required for undergrad GPA above 3.0
- Complete any needed pre-reqs quickly through online modules
- Tuition comparable with other programs
- Choose from 3 different concentrations
- Learn to apply cutting-edge business principles from a Christian perspective
- Be part of a cohort group led by caring faculty
- Accredited, nationally recognized college
- Alumni work in executive-level positions for employers such as Ballad Health, Eastman, AFG, Bank of Tennessee, Nuclear Fuel Services, and more »
14 Months, One Saturday a Month (online/blended)
Classes meet one Saturday per month over approximately 14 months. Onsite sessions occur approximately once a month, on Saturday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The sessions are complemented by several weeks of on-going discussion, class participation, and other assignments, all facilitated by faculty using Internet-based resources. This provides flexibility in scheduling, while at the same time providing a thorough and in-depth program of study. Students will need to bring a laptop to class. Lunch is provided on Saturday during the onsite session.
New cohorts start each March and September. Find specific calendars in the sidebar menu under “Calendars & Resources.”
Tuition and fees for the 14-month, 32-credit hour program are approximately $19,275 ($600/hour), less than half the average cost of an MBA at many universities. We also don’t have any hidden fees. Financial aid is available for graduate students. Learn about available aid and payment options »
Increase and improve your business knowledge while thinking critically about your role as a positive influence in the workplace. In addition to learning theories and practices, you’ll also be challenged to think about the ethical implications of your decisions. You’ll see that the emphasis throughout the MBA is on integrating practical business skills with a concern for Christian ethics, professional responsibility, and leadership development.
MBA – LEADERSHIP
This is ideal for those with backgrounds in business. Students learn how to motivate diverse teams, guide organizations through change, and lead entrepreneurial ventures. Job opportunities are not limited to a specific industry. Explore best practices in understanding and maximizing human interaction in global and diverse contexts. The concentration also examines current issues in leadership and appropriate strategies for implementing change.
MBA – HEALTH SECTOR MANAGEMENT
Prepare to oversee operations and services in healthcare facilities. Examine the U.S. healthcare system including staff management, government interventions, and comparisons with other healthcare delivery systems in developed countries. The concentration also examines the administration of healthcare finance and the management of regulatory compliance within healthcare organizations.
MBA – OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT
Gain a broad conceptual framework for the management of manufacturing or production operations in today’s competitive, global environment. Learn how organizations compete on the elements of quality, cost, time, innovation, and flexibility using human, material and informational resources.
You’ll progress through the MBA with a cohort of classmates. Each cohort becomes a tight-knit group of friends, colleagues, and students, all of whom are expected to contribute to the group’s learning and overall experience. That’s why work experience is an important admissions criteria. We assemble cohorts representing a variety of professional and academic backgrounds, ensuring that students are exposed to a wide range of business practices and ideas.
In The Milligan MBA, you’ll be taught by qualified business faculty. Teaching you is more than a job to our faculty — it’s a mission. They are dedicated teachers, experienced professionals, and trusted mentors who invest time, energy, and ideas to inspire you and help you reach your highest potential. They bring to the classroom a broad range of business, industry, and consulting experience, as well as outstanding academic credentials. While their primary focus is teaching and mentoring, many are also involved in academic research, publishing articles and books, and serving in professional organizations. This keeps them up-to-date and ready to share the latest and most timely information with our students. Read more »
Milligan College is a Candidate for Accreditation with the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs. Contact the ACBSP at 11520 West 119th Street, Overland Park, KS 66213 or call 913-339-9356 for questions about Milligan College’s membership.
Milligan is pleased to hold SACSCOC accreditation, which accredits the entire institution and its programs, including the MBA. SACSCOC accredits degree-seeking institutions in the South, including the University of Tennessee and East Tennessee State University.
Milligan College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award baccalaureate, master’s, education specialist, and doctoral degrees. Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097 or call 404-679-4500 for questions about the accreditation of Milligan College.
Our alumni work in executive-level positions for employers such as Ballad Health, Eastman, AFG, Bank of Tennessee, Nuclear Fuel Services, and more. Employers represented among students and graduates include:
- AFG Industries – Corporate
- A.O. Smith/American Water Heater
- Ballad Health
- Bank of Tennessee
- Bell Helicopter
- Borla Performance Industries
- Carrier – United Technologies
- ConAgra Foods
- Cooper-Standard Automotive
- Computer Sciences Corporation
- Eastman Chemical Company
- Eastman Credit Union
- First Tennessee
- Holston Valley Medical Center
- Honeywell International Inc.
- John Deere
- King Pharmaceuticals
- Lear Corporation
- Mountain States Health Alliance
- Nuclear Fuel Services Inc.
- Pace Carbon Fuels
- U.S. Postal Service
- Wellmont Health Systems