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TMU’s online MBA program to develop students’ ability

to:

Conduct quantitative analyses of complex business

situations.

Strategically solve complex business problems.

Integrate Scripture into the decision-making

process.

Communicate at an advanced level in a variety of

verbal and written formats and a range of business-

related situations.

Apply high-level business concepts to real life

business situations.

Master of Business Administration (Online) Degree

Requirements

Courses are listed in the order in which they are intended to be taken.

ACC510 Managerial Accounting...............................................3

ACC520 Financial Accounting..................................................3

BUS510 Enterprise and Public Policy......................................3

BUS520 Business Law................................................................3

BUS530 Statistics........................................................................3

FIN540 Corporate Finance.......................................................3

INB511 International Business.................................................3

MGT510 Organizational Behavior.............................................3

MGT550 Operations Management............................................3

MGT590 Leadership....................................................................3

MIS510 IT Management............................................................3

MKT561 Marketing Strategy.......................................................3

Total units required for degree..............................................................36

Online General Education & Elective Courses

In addition to its online degree programs, TMU Online also offers a variety of online elective and general education

courses that can be used to meet graduation requirements at TMU, and/or for transfer to other colleges and universities.

These courses are available to current TMU traditional program students, students at other colleges, and for individuals

seeking personal enrichment. Many of the courses can be taken by qualifying 11th and 12th grade students for dual

enrollment purposes. In addition, church members desiring a rigorous study of the scriptures and college-age

international students being mentored by a missionary will also find TMU Online courses to be an excellent equipping

resource, whether taken for credit or audit.

ADMISSIONS

For students who have been admitted to TMU’s traditional undergraduate or online degree programs, there are no

additional steps that need to be completed to take TMU Online G.E. or elective courses. Registration for online courses

follows the same process as that used to enroll in traditional and major classes.

The requirements for an 11th or 12th grade high school student to be admitted to TMU Online to take dual-enrollment

courses are as follows:

1.

Have a clear profession of faith in Jesus Christ as his/her personal Savior

2.

Submit official high school transcripts demonstrating completion through at least his/her 10th grade year with

a cumulative GPA of at least 2.75

3.

Demonstrate college-level writing ability as part of the application process

4.

Submit a recommendation from a Christian leader (pastor, elder, etc.)

The admission requirements for high school graduates to take undergraduate, non-major general education and elective

courses are as follows:

1.

Have a clear profession of faith in Jesus Christ as his/her personal Savior

2.

Submit official high school transcripts demonstrating graduation

3.

Demonstrate college-level writing ability as part of the application process

4.

Submit a recommendation from a Christian leader (pastor, elder, etc.)

5.

Demonstrate the ability to successfully complete college-level academic work through one of the following:

Have graduated with a high school cumulative GPA of at least 2.75

Have earned at least 24 semester units of transferable college credit with a minimum GPA on all

transfer college work of 2.5

Have a composite SAT 1 (reading & math) score of at least 1000 or ACT score of at least 19