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Jan 31, 2022

The Campbell MBA - A Quality Degree Designed for Your Career, Your Development, & Your Busy Life

Sponsored Content provided by Somer Johnson - Director of Graduate Programs, Campbell University

Contact any college admissions office around and the admissions representative will tell you why their school is the best. While we at Campbell certainly believe that to be true about our program, we think the best source of information is a program’s alumni – those who have experienced it for themselves. Our alumni continuously provide strong and supportive feedback in our anonymous alumni surveys.


Of the alumni responding to surveys administered with each graduating class:

  • 97% were satisfied with their Campbell MBA experience
  • 95% agreed that the Campbell MBA program is a quality academic experience
  • 95% agreed that the Campbell MBA program is a great value
  • 94% felt their Campbell MBA impacted their ability to apply business theory to practice


These results demonstrate that, at Campbell, you will get a quality MBA experience, for the right price, and you’ll gain skills you can immediately put to use in a real world setting. 


Innovative Curriculum

Our embedded emphasis on analytics, innovation, digital marketing, and ethics — skills that are highly sought by today’s employers — complement the more traditional business areas also taught in the MBA program. And, with specialized elective focus areas available in Accounting, Entrepreneurship, Financial Services, Healthcare Management, Management & Leadership, and Marketing, our program allows you to focus your curriculum in the industry-specific area that interests you most.


Ultimate Flexibility

We offer classes in Downtown Raleigh, on the main campus in Buies Creek, 100% online, or a combination of any of these, allowing for maximum flexibility. With terms that are only eight weeks long, the 37-credit hour self-paced program can be completed in as quickly as one year; however, other options are available for those who prefer a slower pace.  Rolling admissions and six start dates throughout the year allow you to get started on your degree at the time at is most convenient for you. 


A Part Time Program with Full Time Benefits

At Campbell, we believe an MBA program should provide more than just a classroom experience. As such, we have developed numerous opportunities, both in and out of the classroom, to provide you with options for personal and professional development, including the opportunity to pursue various certifications, networking, and service opportunities.
The mission of Campbell University is to graduate students with exemplary academic and professional skills who are prepared for purposeful lives and meaningful service. Campbell’s MBA Program demonstrates Campbell University’s continued commitment to this mission with graduate programs that prepare students for professional and leadership roles in business and industry.


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