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Master of Business Administration (MBA)

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ACBSP_Accredited_0.jpgLearn more. Earn more. Want to earn an innovative degree that challenges you without uprooting your finances or your life? You can do that at Moravian College.

Our convenient, blended format will help you balance work, life, and your education. So you can keep moving forward.

At Moravian College, you’ll:

  • Be challenged by our 8-week, hybrid format classes
  • Enjoy flexibility with weeknight and Saturday class times
  • Complete your degree in just two years
  • Learn from faculty with the right combination of education and real-world experience
  • Immerse yourself in concentrations and courses tailored to your career goals
  • Develop and strengthen your leadership, team collaboration, and decision-making skills
  • GMAT waiver option available for prospective graduate students that earned at least a 3.33 GPA for their undergraduate degree or have 2+ years of professional experience
  • Globally accredited by ACBSP, the Accreditation Council of Business Schools and Programs

Program admission requirements include the completion of undergraduate-level business competencies; a student must have a GPA equivalent to 2.8 or higher in the business competencies to graduate. The business competencies required are:

  • Financial Accounting
  • Financial Management for Business
  • Information Systems for Managing
  • Principles of Economics (macro and micro economics)
  • Principles of Marketing
  • Statistics

Core subjects are studied by all Moravian College MBA students in two sets of courses, four courses each.

Leadership Core

  • MGMT 511 Leadership Competencies 
  • MGMT 513 Leading People in Organizations
  • MGMT 521 Ethics, Law, and Social Responsibility
  • MGMT 571 Leading Change in Organizations

Functional Core

  • MGMT 515 Microeconomic Foundations for Strategic Management
  • MGMT 517 Corporate Financial Management
  • MGMT 519 Managing Operations
  • MGMT 555 Business Research Methods

Concentrations in the Moravian MBA create the flexibility you need to focus your graduate work in areas of interest that meet your career needs. Each Moravian College MBA student chooses one concentration in which to specialize.


  • MGMT 552 Managerial Accounting
  • MGMT 5xx Elective
  • MGMT 5xx Elective
  • MGMT 5xx Elective

Business Analytics

  • MGMT 553 Big Data Management
  • MGMT 556 Decision Analysis
  • MGMT 557 Big Data Analytics
  • MGMT 5xx Elective

General Management

  • MGMT 523 Marketing Management & Strategy
  • MGMT 5xx Elective
  • MGMT 5xx Elective
  • MGMT 5xx Elective

Healthcare Management

  • MGMT 532 Managing Health Care Organizations
  • MGMT 534 Health Care Economics and Financing Systems
  • MGMT 536 Law, Regulations & Ethics in the Health Care Environment
  • MGMT 5xx Elective

Human Resource (HR) Management:

  • MGMT 563 Current Legal Issues in HR

AND any three (3) courses from the list below

  • MGMT 562 Human Resource Information Systems
  • MGMT 565 Global Talent Management
  • MGMT 567 Compensation and Benefits
  • MGMT 569 Training and Development Systems
  • MGMT 572 Managing Performance 
  • MGMT 577 Project Planning and Management
  • MGMT 579 Strategic HR Management

Supply Chain Management

  • MGMT 545 Procurement and Sourcing Strategy
  • MGMT 547 Integrated Logistics Systems
  • MGMT 549 Supply Chain Management Technology
  • MGMT 5xx Elective

The Moravian College MBA program accepts applications on a rolling basis. Classes begin in six different sessions each year. All candidates must have a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited institution. In consideration, each should submit the following:

  • Graduate Business Application
  • Official Transcripts from all institutions previously attended
  • A professional resume
  • Cover letter to the Admissions Committee
  • Official GMAT scores - Ask about our GMAT waiver option!
    (Visit for information about taking the GMAT.)
  • Two recommendations
  • An interview

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For more information about the MBA program, call us at 610-861-1400 or email, or contact Angelo Fattore, Student Experience Mentor, at 610-625-7742 or