Sound business skills and ethical leadership are the foundation of Olivet’s Business programs.
“Success happens when preparation meets opportunity.” Henry Hartman
Building on your experience and previous education, Olivet’s business programs seek to prepare you for the next steps in your career. Led by seasoned business leaders, our programs seek to provide working adults with relevant skills, in a flexible online or blended format. Most programs are completed in under two years.
Bachelor Degree Programs
The Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) program is designed for students with 0-80 hours of college credit who are looking to complete a bachelor’s degree in business. The Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) is designed for community college graduates with applied science degrees in all disciplines who are seeking a bachelor's degree.
Advanced Degree Programs
The Master of Business Administration (MBA) delivers graduate level business skills with a focus on strategy, economic thinking, asset allocation, and leadership. Choose from four concentrations in Leadership, Healthcare, Corporate Communications & Media Strategy, or Nonprofit Management. The Master of Organizational Leadership (MOL) degree takes a deeper look at how leaders shape organizations, with a focus on leadership skills, ethics, culture, performance, and change. For those seeking an advanced degree in business, the Ethical Leadership doctoral program provides leaders from many disciplines an opportunity to earn a terminal degree.
Expand your horizons. Built on the values of Olivet Nazarene University, the Master of Business Administration degree is designed to help you achieve your goals in business. Learn skills, think differently, go global. The Olivet MBA curriculum is designed to deliver value-based outcomes with core business skills and elective opportunities in Leadership, Healthcare, Corporate Communications & Media Strategy, and Nonprofit Management.Learn More
Olivet Nazarene University (ONU) announced today a signed affiliation agreement between the School of Graduate and Continuing Studies (SGCS) and America’s Christian Credit Union (ACCU).