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Master of Business Administration

Join us for the MBA Open House and Orientation

You are invited to an MBA Open House and Orientation on Tuesday, August 12, 2014 from 6-8 pm in Room 104 of the Liberal Arts Building on the SAU Campus. Meet our faculty and MBA students, learn about the MBA Program and get a head start on your future!

Prospective students can join in person or LIVE VIA THE WEB. If you want to join us virtually, simply click on the link below a few minutes before 6:00 pm. For the best experience, be sure to have a microphone and a webcam connected to your computer.


Questions? Call or email Megan Harvey at 910-277-5148 or mba@sapc.edu.

And please pass along this information to anyone you know who might be interested in earning a Master’s in Business Administration.



" I have wanted to get my Master’s in Business
Administration for a while but it didn’t seem like
the right time. I found this opportunity right here
where I live. And the flexibility gives me the
chance to get this degree while working a full time
job, having a family and being involved in my
church. I would recommend it to anyone."

Sherry Chance, Internal Auditor
MBA Student (Class of 2013)






Earn Your MBA Close To Home


The MBA program focuses on the interdisciplinary nature of business practices. The program capitalizes on the faculty's ability to focus on proven traditional methods of teaching which integrate the various facets of effective business administration, while utilizing information technology to enhance problem-solving skills.

With small classes - usually less than 25 students - each course meets once per week from 6 to 10 p.m. on the campus of St. Andrews. The program is made available through a four-term format offered annually (Fall, Winter, Spring and Summer). Students can take two classes per term and graduate in as little as 18 months.


Course structures develop analytical skills, stress the importance of having an interdisciplinary perspective, emphasize participation-based learning through group case studies, and lay the conceptual foundations necessary for developing sound strategies.

Through the Practicum course(s), students undertake group-based consulting projects under the guidance of faculty members. These projects provide ample opportunity for students to test theoretical concepts in applied settings. While focusing on the team approach toward solving problems and executing plans, students arrive at optimal solutions to operational and strategic management problems.



Advantages of the MBA Program


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