Master of Business Administration



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Ball State’s Master of Business Administration (MBA) program has a reputation for quality teaching that delivers the practical and rigorous experiences necessary to excel in today’s global and digital economy. All of this, plus convenience and personal attention, is wrapped into a degree that focuses on building your strategy, ethics, leadership knowledge and skills. Our emphasis on decision making is one of the great differentiators of a Ball State MBA.

Offered with the flexibility of classes on campus, online, or a blend of both, you can customize your MBA further by choosing one of ten concentrations or a general MBA.


We are among the world's top five percent of all business schools to have accreditation from the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business, placing the quality of our instruction among the best in the world. Learn More.

Flexible Delivery

We understand that many of our students have families, full-time professions, and countless other responsibilities outside of their schoolwork. That is why our program offers flexibility in how you complete your degree.

Earning your MBA at Ball State means you may:

  • take classes on campus, online, or through a blend of both
  • complete your degree either full-time or part-time
  • begin your program in the fall, spring, or summer

Program Requirements

Ball State’s MBA includes 24 credits of core courses and 6 to 9 credits of MBA electives covering in-depth knowledge of business analytics, entrepreneurship, finance, leadership, marketing, sales, and more.

Also, if you don’t already have equivalent undergraduate business course work on your transcript, you might need to take certain foundation courses.

Total Credits

  • You have a business degree—30 to 34
  • You do not have a business degree—up to 43 (depends on how many foundation courses you need and which concentration you choose)

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