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About this course

The Master of Business Administration (MBA) program focuses on the key enterprise-level decisions and implementation strategies required in today’s dynamic business and economic climate, rather than on the mid-management skills of traditional programs. The program emphasizes the importance of community and relationships and is committed to changing lives through shared experiences. This is a strong tradition of Taylor University and one that sets this MBA program apart.

Students and professors will complete applied case studies, projects, and business research with local employers which are meaningful and rewarding for both businesses and graduate students. Some benefits of the program include:

  •   Taylor University’s long history and national reputation for quality Christian liberal arts education

  •   Accredited by The Higher Learning Commission

  •   Timely and relevant course content

  •   Highly qualified and experienced faculty

  •   Small class cohorts that study together for the duration of the program

  •   An innovative format incorporating international travel/study, intensive seminars, Internet delivery, supervised research, and applied learning experiences 

Entry Requirements

International students desiring admission should provide the following for consideration:

  • A minimum TOEFL iBT score of 90, with no lower than a score of 22 on each of the four sections. Scores must not be more than two years old. When registering, students should indicate code 1802 to have the scores sent directly to Taylor. The TOEFL may be waived if the student is a citizen of Australia, the Bahamas, the British West Indies, Canada, Great Britain, or New Zealand, or if the student has studied in one of the above-mentioned countries or in the United States within the last two years and has a good academic record.

  • Certificate/Diploma showing completion of an undergraduate degree, including the results of any examinations. Official English translation of the certificate or diploma is required.

  • An acceptable GRE score as determined by the graduate program. This score is necessary for students who have not completed an undergraduate degree from an accredited institution of higher education where English is the language of instruction.

An application will not be evaluated until the student submits a completed application (including essays), completed recommendation forms, official academic records and test scores, TOEFL scores, an affidavit of support, and a signed Life Together Covenant.

International students have to show evidence of financial support before full acceptance can be granted. The Form I-20 will not be issued until documentation showing sources of financial support is submitted. International students may work on campus part-time during the academic year; however, the income generated will not be sufficient to cover education costs.

If a student enters the graduate program on conditional admission (having a questionable TOEFL or GRE score), completion of ESL 200 and ESL 201 (6 undergraduate credit hours total) will be required in the first semester of study to ensure language ability. Unsuccessful completion of these courses would result in an inability to continue in the graduate program.