Pursue a New Challenge With an Online MBA
We welcome your faith and steadfast resilience. Through ACU’s online MBA degree program, you’ll take one course every seven weeks, for a total of six courses per year, working toward your goal around existing career, family and other commitments with the support of our vibrant, virtual, Christ-centered community.
Our Locked-In Tuition program guarantees you’ll pay the same price for your entire graduate degree.
About the Program
Our online Master of Business Administration (MBA) students think from a local perspective while striving to make a global impact with their ideas. ACU’s program takes a holistic approach that’s broadly applicable across a range of fields. Courses promoting leadership, organizational innovation, data-supported decision-making and ethics refine what you know and impart concepts you can apply in your current position. Because leadership takes a number of forms, cultivate a more specific skill set with a concentration in line with your career goals. Throughout, ACU Online encourages a faith-rooted ethical mindset for driving success.
All the Details on Your Degree
Obtaining your MBA will set you apart in the job market and we offer six different tracks so you can customize your degree to your career goals. ACU’s Online Master of Business Administration degree is offered through a partnership between the College of Business Administration and the College of Graduate and Professional Studies at our ACU Dallas campus.
Earn a certificate while completing your master’s degree.
While enrolled in the Business Analytics concentration of the Master of Business Administration program, you will also earn a graduate-level Certificate in Business Analytics. Earn this valuable credential as you progress through your degree at no additional cost.
Foundations of Analytics
Operations and Information Technology Management
Business Law and Ethics
Digital Marketing and Social Media
Upcoming Start Dates
January 9, 2024
March 5, 2024
April 30, 2024
COMMON JOB TITLES
Manager of Marketing Analytics
Director, Supply Chain Management
International Supply Chain Manager
Health Services Director
Director of Health Information Management
Go beyond numbers. The Business Analytics concentration highlights data analysis and visualization as tools for problem-solving and decision-making. In the process, you’ll explore and learn how to apply descriptive, predictive and prescriptive models in a variety of contexts and how to communicate your findings to different audiences.
Transform into a multifaceted leader by deepening your knowledge of management principles. Ideal for exploring a range of concepts and tailoring your degree to your current field, this concentration focuses on forward-looking leadership principles and decision-making skills, with the opportunity to learn from top faculty and business peers in each course of study.
Prepare to make a difference and get ahead in a growing, complex industry. Through the Healthcare Administration concentration, you’ll gain the specialized knowledge and academic qualifications to lead in this fast-paced, demanding environment. In conjunction with core courses, you will connect strategic business knowledge with policies, regulations and patient needs to make an impact as a leader in the healthcare industry.
Even if rooted locally, businesses take an increasingly international approach, stretching across supply chains and customers served. The International Business concentration explores the evolving global business environment, including multinational management, logistics and business practices, to develop and enhance leadership skills for administrative roles in the U.S. and abroad.
Gain the knowledge and skills to create more effective marketing plans. Through the Marketing concentration, you’ll delve into consumer-based buying motivations, research exploration of new trends and integrating communication methods. Additionally, you’ll understand how to use technology and analytics to quantify campaign results and orchestrate brand initiatives.
Operations and Supply Chain Management
Supply chains are increasingly complex and global. This concentration exposes you to integral, universally in-demand organizational operations to improve efficiency within your business and along the supply chain. In the process, you’ll learn about project management, operations strategies, lean Six Sigma, inventory management, and the essential importance of supply chain processes.
Meet the Program Director
Dr. Nancy Kucinski, Master of Business Administration (MBA)
Dr. Nancy Kucinski is a Professor of Management and the Program Director for the Online Business Programs at ACU. She earned a Ph.D. in Political Science from Texas Tech University and a Ph.D. in Organizations, Strategy, and International Management from the University of Texas at Dallas. Dr. Kucinski has more than thirty years of teaching experience and was a Dean at her former university. In addition, she is a guest professor at the University of Applied Sciences-Salzburg, Austria where she often travels to teach. She enjoys the virtual learning environment where she encourages students to engage with the course content as well as with each other. She is also interested in studying and researching in the areas of environmental sustainability, eco-tourism, and intercultural understanding. Nancy is married to Dale, a retired airline pilot. They live on a small ranch outside of Abilene and have one son, Neal, who lives in New Braunfels.
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