The first cohort of MBA students who earned their degree through Grace’s new online degree program graduated on May 19 along with other students at the Orthopedic Capital Center in Winona Lake, Ind. Tim Ziebarth, Director of the Department of Online Education stated, “I hope that this group of graduates will be the first of many to see the tangible benefits of alternate degree-earning options that the school now offers.”
The online Masters of Business Administration degree program was initiated with the intention to create a program that would allow students to study business professionally and from a biblical perspective while simultaneously maintaining their careers. Non-traditional, non-residential students who are interested in studying for the online MBA must have already attained their bachelor’s degree. The degree includes an integrative project in which students must use their new skill set to do problem solving in an application-based setting.
Grace is proud to offer degrees to qualified individuals who, according to Department of Online Education, have put hard work into the process and who have been rewarded with a professional, value-based experience.