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Gain the Business Skills to Develop and Implement Value-Creating Ideas and Solutions

Webster's Master of Business Administration (MBA) program is designed for professionals who want to shape their own career, upgrade credentials and be strategic players in the world of business. Webster offers a flexible schedule that fits your lifestyle, small classes, personal attention and a real-world approach.

At our Athens campus, there are several areas of emphasis for the MBA degree: Choose cybersecurity operations, digital marketing management, health administration or project management.

MBA Program Spotlight

Steve Hinson
About Our Program

“We really focus on teaching people how to learn on their own. Our students continue learning as their careers progress.”

Steve Hinson
Steve Hinson

MBA Program Director


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Text on screen: WEBSTER UNIVERSITY PROGRAM SPOTLIGHT: Master of Business Administration (MBA)

Text on screen: Steve Hinson, MBA Program Director

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Steve Hinson: The whole curriculum is about value creation, even beginning from the very first course, which is titled Value Creation.

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Every course needs to point toward the same goal.

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The marketing class you take, that's all about creating value for customers. In finance, we're talking about how we create value for shareholders, how we measure value. In the capstone, we're looking at how we measure value more broadly, how is it affecting workers, the environment, and of course, how is it affecting the bottom line?

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For a classic MBA program, what you — what you typically find, the courses were very siloed. The finance class really has nothing to do with your marketing class or your work behavior class. And then it's really up to the student after they finish the MBA program to try to integrate this knowledge and figure out how all these pieces fit together.

Having this thematic approach to the program makes the program a lot more coherent.

Text on screen: One global MBA program, MULTIPLE MODALITIES

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We've actually developed all of the course content upfront, so every student is interacting with that online content, and Webster University, no matter what the modality.

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We offer the MBA program in three modalities now. We offer the traditional on ground.

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We offer classes by Zoom, what we call WebNet+. And then we offer fully online classes, which are completely asynchronous classes.

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Regardless of the modality you choose at Webster University, everyone shares the same course content. We've got this really robust platform. We designed it very carefully with the instructional designers. It's very accessible. Go online, you learn it, engage with it, and then come to class, let’s talk about it.

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Really, what class is about, is the three Cs. We are coming for clarification, for context and for collaboration.

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Our faculty add context, helping students understand the applicability of the knowledge. The instructor is a subject matter expert. We'll make it make sense, but hopefully we can get passed that pretty quickly because the real value to you is that we provide the context:

How does this apply to my job? How does this apply to what I'm reading? How does this apply to companies I know and experiences as both consumer or as an employee? Really understand how this applies in the real world, so that how it applies for you.

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What a business does is it takes existing resources and combines them to create something of greater value. We’re creating value for our customers, creating value for owners and we're creating value for all the other relevant stakeholders.

And everything always points toward that singular purpose. If you're interested in getting an MBA, you're trying to figure out how can I gain a lot of experience and a lot of knowledge very quickly so that I can speed up my career trajectory.

All the courses are really focused on how does business and the activities of business all coordinate with each other synergistically to create value for all of these relevant stakeholders so that no matter where you are in the organization, we want you to be able to see: Okay, how do I fit in? Why do I exist? What it is that I'm trying to accomplish? What are we trying to accomplish together?

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Text on screen: Proudly accredited by ACBSP, Global Business Accreditation




Global Business Education Accreditation

The Webster University MBA is accredited by the by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP). The ACBSP accredits quality business programs across the globe at over 1,000 institutions. ACBSP is dedicated to improving the quality of business schools and programs around the world, and ultimately to improving the practice of business in every industry around the world.

Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) Accredited
Sammy Rammaha
Student Perspective

“My master's degree will not only change my world — but the lives of those around me — by allowing me to lead with a purpose to inspire others to reach their potential.”

Sammy Rammaha
Sama Rammaha

MBA, ’22

Choose Webster for a Master's Degree in Business Administration

Graduate From an Accredited and Nationally Ranked MBA Degree

Our MBA program regularly places on regional and national lists, and is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs.

Build Diverse Personal and Professional Competencies

Our Master of Business Administration was carefully crafted to ensure you develop essential competencies for today’s workforce. Enhance your resume with skills in 18 business and nine personal effectiveness areas that make you an attractive candidate.

Fit Your Lifestyle with Flexible Attendance Options

Personalize your path to an MBA at Webster with in-person classes or a hybrid, "flipped classroom" option for hands-on learning. You may also choose a completely online MBA degree — with live stream or recorded instruction — for true convenience.

Expand Your Professional Network

Take advantage of Webster’s relationships with corporate partners, as well as professional networking events to make connections that will benefit your career with a Master of Business Administration.

Take Your Learning Global

What is an MBA degree without real-life education in a global economy? At Webster, we offer a unique international experience that includes a one-week trip another country, such as Austria, China or Greece. Extend your studies at one of our campus locations around the world and build an international network.

Earn a Dual Degree for a Greater Competitive Edge

For each emphasis for Webster’s MBA degree, we offer additional subject area expertise. We also offer dual degree options that pair an MBA with other master’s degrees, such as Health Administration, Environmental Management, Finance or Science Management and Leadership, among other choices.

Webster's Master of Business Administration Program

The successful organization has a deliberate strategy for maximizing the value it creates. This strategy is effectively communicated to all participants in the business. The internal stakeholders understand their role in implementing the organization's vision, and all processes are developed to achieve it. The Webster MBA is developed with this organizational purpose in mind. Its aim is to teach students the business competencies needed to develop and implement value creating ideas and solutions while building the personal skills necessary to achieve their professional aspirations.

This purpose is made clear in the following program learning outcomes:

  • Students can analyze a business and identify and evaluate opportunities for value creation.
  • Students can apply the core business competencies necessary to increase organizational value.
  • Students demonstrate the personal effectiveness competencies necessary to achieve their professional goals and to contribute to the accomplishment of the organization's objectives.

To achieve these outcomes, the Webster MBA focuses on the role each business process plays in creating value and the Business Competencies necessary for students to achieve organizational objectives. The curriculum complements these with Personal Effectiveness Competencies necessary for students to accomplish their personal and professional goals. Both sets of competencies are practiced throughout the curriculum in an innovative delivery method that combines online learning with weekly, two-hour application and discussion sessions, either face-to-face or online.

Identify and Evaluate Opportunities for Value Creation

  • Value Creation
  • Strategy
  • Market Analysis
  • Pro Forma Analysis
  • Capital Budgeting
  • Quantitative Analysis

Develop an Implementation Plan

  • Project Management
  • Distribution and Pricing
  • Product and Promotion
  • Customer Relations

Manage Business Processes

  • Supply Chain and Logistics
  • Process Analysis
  • Leadership
  • Developing and Managing Teams
  • Developing and Managing Workers

Provide Decision Support

  • Information infrastructure
  • Database management
  • Data analytics
  • Managerial accounting
  • Effective Communication
  • Collaborative Work
  • Efficient Organization of Work
  • Independent Learning
  • Creative Problem Solving
  • Systematic Thinking
  • Analytical Decision Making
  • Probabilistic Thinking
  • Spreadsheet Analysis

The MBA curriculum is organized into three parts: Value Creation Foundation, Value Creation Components and Value Creation in Practice. The Value Creation Foundation must be completed before progression to the Value Creation Components which, in turn, must be completed before taking the two Value Creation in Practice classes.

Value Creation Foundation (9-12 hours)

  • BUSN 5000 Business*
  • MBA 5010 Value Creation
  • MBA 5020 Quantitative Methods for the MBA
  • MBA 5030 Market Analysis and Business Planning

Value Creation Components (15 hours)

  • MBA 5100 Adding Value through Human Capital
  • MBA 5200 The Financial Value of Capital Projects
  • MBA 5300 Providing Value to Customers
  • MBA 5400 The Supply Chain and Business Processes
  • MBA 5500 Information Support for Decision Making

Value Creation in Practice (6 hours)

  • MBA 5910 Cases in Value Creation
  • MBA 5920 Walker Consulting Project: Adding Value to Organizations

Electives (3-6 hours)

*Students with a previous ACBSP (or equivalent) accredited degree or students who pass a waiver exam may substitute an elective for BUSN 5000.

Requirements for an area of emphasis in the MBA program include the MBA required coursework (33 credit hours) and additional course requirements as identified below for each individual area of emphasis. If BUSN 5000 has been waived, the required hours are reduced by 3 credits and the BUSN 5000 course does not require a substitution.

Cybersecurity for students interested in the art and science of cybersecurity management.

42 to 45 Credit Hours

The MBA with an emphasis in cybersecurity must include the following courses:

  • CSSS 5000 Introduction to Cybersecurity (3 hours)
  • CSSS 5120 Cybersecurity Infrastructures (3 hours)
  • CSSS 5210 Cybersecurity Law and Policy (3 hours)
  • CSSS 5220 Cybersecurity Threat Detection (3 hours)

Digital marketing management is for students who have a background in marketing and an interest in obtaining specific expertise in the growing field of digital marketing.

42 to 45 Credit Hours

The MBA with an emphasis in digital marketing management must include the following courses:

  • MRKT 5740 Management of Digital Marketing (3 hours)
  • MRKT 5750 Management of Social Media (3 hours)
  • MRKT 5790 Digital Marketing Strategy (3 hours)
  • MRKT 5895 Marketing Analytics (3 hours)

Health administration is for students interested in the health care industry.

39 to 42 Credit Hours

The MBA with an emphasis in health administration must include the following courses:

  • HLTH 5000 Organization and Management in Health Administration (3 hours)
  • HLTH 5050 Financial Management in Health Administration* (3 hours)
  • HLTH 5140 Health Administration Law (3 hours)

*HLTH 5050 and HLTH 5100 may substitute for MBA 5020.

Project management is designed to equip the students with theoretical concepts and the practical skills needed for successfully completing projects on time and within budget.

39 to 42 Credit Hours

The MBA with an emphasis in project management must include the following courses:

  • BUSN 5100 Introduction to Project Management (3 hours)
  • BUSN 5300 Project Procurement Management (3 hours)
  • BUSN 5700 Advances in Project Management (3 hours)

Graduate Certificate in Project Management

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