MBA Programs in Virginia
Earn Your M.B.A. on Campus in Virginia
Enhance your career or begin a new one with a Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) degree from Liberty University.
Through the widely recognized M.B.A degree, you’ll gain a broad understanding of business operations with a focus on real-world application, critical thinking, and Christian servant leadership.
Tailored for the working professional, the M.B.A. offers you the flexibility of evening classes, optional one-week intensives, as well as online course opportunities.
Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs
Our M.B.A. is accredited by ACBSP, a specialized accreditation association for business education. This is in addition to Liberty University’s institutional accreditation.
Accredited M.B.A. Program from a Christian University Offers:
Christian Business School
We believe that maintaining high ethical standards creates great business.
As a result, all our courses emphasize the importance of applying biblical ethics to management practices.
Discover how a Christian worldview perspective can help solve business ethical dilemmas.
Build upon your degree by adding a specialization in some of the industry’s most sought-after skills like:
- Healthcare management
- Public relations
- See all M.B.A. specializations
Get real-world learning opportunities and experiences while working on your degree. Our M.B.A.’s have worked at companies like:
- Wells Fargo Investment Banking
- Bank of America
- CISCO Systems
Advantages of a Liberty M.B.A.
School of Business Building
An 80,000-square-foot, three-story building for the School of Business is now complete. Featuring a number of innovative spaces, the building includes:
- Stock trading simulation rooms with ticker boards
- Information technology labs
- Networking and data centers
- 500-seat auditorium
- Entrepreneur’s Center for Innovation
M.B.A. Faculty Spotlight
Professor of International Business
Dr. Brian Satterlee
Author, speaker, and successful small business entrepreneur, Dr. Satterlee is also a consultant to numerous organizations and government agencies in areas such as strategic planning, productivity improvement, leadership, technology, and innovation.
Associate Dean of Residential Programs
Dr. Melanie Hicks
As a consultant for local businesses and individuals, Dr. Hicks brings practical application to the courses she teaches. She has also served as a Controller in the private sector and a CPA in the public sector.
Professor of Business
Dr. George Young
With over 15 years of marketing and supply chain management experience, Dr. Young shares real-world marketing and management principles with his classes.
“Taking theory into practice”
“Business with a Kingdom focus”
Real-World Business Training
The Center For Entrepreneurship
The Center For Entrepreneurship at Liberty University serves students interested in starting their own businesses (or innovating in existing businesses).
Operated by experienced industry professionals, the Center will help you craft your ideas, develop business plans, and pursue funding mechanisms to help turn your dreams into reality.
“The Center took my hobby and turned it into a viable business plan. Each week the professors poured into me for hours, helping me refine my plan while my peer group offered support and helped me see how business can make a Kingdom impact.”
Collaboration and Networking
Experience the benefits of being on campus. Peer-to-peer learning and collaboration let you connect with fellow students and professors on a regular basis. As a residential student, you’ll graduate with an impactful business network.
The School of Business brings an average of 40 guest speakers into classrooms each year, whether in person or via telepresence, to enhance your learning experience.
Previous guest speakers include:
- Matthew Langie, MarketLinc and Adobe
- David and Jason Benham, Benham Brothers
- Doug Spada, Speaker and Author of “Monday Morning Atheist”
- Rick Hendrick, Hendrick Automotive Group
Tailor Your Degree to Fit Your Career Goals
Choose between online and residential formats for your 36-hour M.B.A. degree (DCP). Or, for your 45-hour M.B.A. degree, choose from our long list of online specializations:
Find M.B.A. in Business Administration admissions requirements, transfer information, and more on the Residential Admissions site.