Business Administration Degree

Advance your career in the competitive market with an MBA degree.



Gain the critical skills needed to drive strong business results.

Here at YIEP, we know that an MBA can help you elevate your knowledge to prepare you for an ever evolving business market. Bellevue University’s MBA program provides you with the critical business leadership skills and the knowledge to leverage them into driving better results as a successful business person. Problem solving, decision making, and team building are just some of the skills you’ll sharpen in our MBA program.

Designed by experienced leaders, for ambitious professionals.

This MBA program is led by a faculty with years of experience in the field to mentor and guide you. Their experience includes work at Cox Communication, Union Pacific, and many major auditing firms, with applicable real-time insights and guidance to help you become a more capable and versatile leader. Take what you learn from them in your coursework and put it into practice in your current role. You’ll also build a portfolio that can help you land your next promotion or opportunity.

Orthodox Environment

Here at YIEP, we take the environment you are earning your degree in as serious as the degree itself.  That is why we spend huge amounts of time making sure that the calendar is completely sensitive to your needs.   No assignments are ever due on Shabbos or Yomim Tovim, and the professor’s will always be sensitive to your needs as Orthodox Jews.  In addition, you will be in a class with other like-minded students who will be far more likely to become business partners with you in the future than were you to be in a general cohort.


Simplified admission—no GMAT or GRE necessary.

Enroll in our MBA program without the cost and hassle of admissions tests and with a Yeshiva Degree. Our admissions team is here to help you apply and enroll so you can get started quickly on the education you want.

MBA in Business Administration

CORE (27 credit hours) + Concentration (9-12 credit hours)

Bellevue University’s MBA is a 36-39 credit hour graduate program available online.  (6 credits in transfer for post-bachelor’s Judaic education)

The MBA is aimed at individuals from a wide range of academic backgrounds who are interested in running a business, a particular area of business, or growing their own businesses. The average MBA student is in his or her middle to late 20’s, with at least two years of work-related experience. Older students who would like to change or jump-start their careers or pursue an entrepreneurial path are also attractive candidates.

In today’s highly collaborative and dynamic business environment, performance resulting in successful business outcomes is essential. Leaders with strong decision-making skills, clear values and able to apply business concepts effectively are in professional demand. The MBA equips students to achieve successful business results by developing strong problem-solving, decision-making, team building and technical skills. Emphasis is placed on building and practicing the performance skills necessary to achieve successful business outcomes by applying relevant business skills synergistically in areas to include finance, strategy and human capital management. The MBA is designed for students committed to becoming innovative contributors to high performing businesses and entrepreneurial ventures. The 36-39 credit hour MBA includes the choice of several concentration areas including Project Management, International Business and Entrepreneurship.

Major Requirements: Masters in Business Administration Curriculum (36-39 credit hours)

MBA Core Requirements 27 credit hours

MBA 500 Business Performance Management (3 Credits)
Students develop their knowledge of fundamental business functions and processes, including management of human capital, marketing, operations, and finance, applying this knowledge to realistic business problems in a variety of organizational settings. These business problems address ethical, economic, social, and other environmental factors that impact the creation of value for customers, markets, and society, both domestically and globally. Emphasis is placed on developing effective strategic decision making and communication skills. MBA 500 Prerequisite: Graduate standing

MBA 520 Financial Reporting & Analysis (3 Credits)
Emphasis is placed on understanding reported financial information used to assess a company’s current performance, future risks, and business opportunities. Students develop skills necessary to understand the performance impact on financial statements and how economic events such as operating activities, corporate investments, and financing transactions affect the three main financial statements - the income statement, balance sheet, and statement of cash flows. Cross-listed with MSF 520 MBA 520 Prerequisite: Graduate standing

MBA 615 Human Capital & Organizational Performance (3 Credits)
This course focuses on the human and structural aspects of organizational management at the individual, group, and organization levels. Students assess, evaluate and apply evidence-based management practices and theory that can lead to tangible organizational performance outcomes, such as increased job satisfaction and organizational commitment, increased revenue and profits, improved motivation and conflict resolution techniques, greater work-life balance, and enhanced leadership effectiveness. MBA 615 Prerequisite: MBA 500

MBA 624 Business Analysis for Decision Making (3 Credits)
The use of a variety of business analytics techniques, including quantitative and qualitative descriptive analysis tools, to support informed decision-making serves as a major focus of this course. Techniques addressed include tabular and graphical displays of data such as the bar chart and histogram, numerical measures such as the mean and standard deviation, and linear regression. Critical evaluation of actual business scenarios will be conducted during this course. Cross-listed with MSF 624 MBA 624 Prerequisite: MBA 500 and MBA 520

MBA 635 Marketing & New Media Strategy (3 Credits)
Students integrate classical marketing theory with innovative marketing techniques and tactics to support a firm’s overall marketing and business strategies. Students will learn how to assess, select and integrate digital technologies, analytical approaches, and social media in concert with a firm’s overall marketing strategy. MBA 635 Prerequisite: MBA 500

MBA 641 Accounting for Performance Management (3 Credits)
Students develop the knowledge of accounting information concepts that enable them to develop recommendations for improving the performance of the firm. Students gain skills and knowledge in topics such as cost-volume-profit analysis and the balanced scorecard to support budget preparation and variance analysis to improve company performance.
Cross-listed with MSF 641 Prerequisite: MBA 624

MBA 655 Financial Management & Strategy (3 Credits)
Students acquire knowledge, skills, and abilities to evaluate financial performance and strategies to utilize limited resources to optimize the financial value of a business. Key elements of the course include assessing financial performance, understanding financial and economic markets, computing the value of money and cash flows over time, performing risk analysis and project valuation. Cross-listed with MSF 655 MBA 655 Prerequisite: MBA 624

MBA 675 Operations & Logistics in the Value Chain (3 Credits)
Emphasis is placed on the operational activities that successfully create and deliver products and services across the entire supply chain from the raw material to the final product. Included is the development of those performance skills which enhance the supplier and customer relationships and the order fulfillment activities. Techniques addressed include demand forecasting, quality performance analysis, and productivity measurement. MBA 675 Prerequisite: MBA 641 and MBA 655

MBA 680 Strategy Innovation & Integration (3 Credits)
The capstone course provides an opportunity to integrate and apply strategic performance principles presented in the MBA program. Experience is gained in formulating key strategic, financial, marketing and operational decisions necessary to operate a successful business and measure their success in doing so. MBA 680 Prerequisite: MBA 615, MBA 635 and MBA 675


Concentrations 9-12 Credit hours

(Select a minimum of 9 credit hours of graduate level course work for all concentrations with the exception of the Healthcare concentration which requires 12) *

  1. Accounting (a minimum of 9 credit hours)
  2. Acquisition and Contract Management (9 credit hours)
    Note: A Level 2 or Level 3 DAWIA certification for the contracting career field through DAU/FAI may be used to transfer 9 credit hours to the MBA Acquisition and Contract Management Concentration.
  3. Business Analytics (9 credit hours)
  4. Cybersecurity (9 credit hours)
  5. Entrepreneurship (9 credit hours)
  6. Finance (9 credit hours)
  7. Financial Counseling (9 credit hours)
  8. Global Economic Threat Environment (9 credit hours)
  9. Healthcare (12 credit hours)
  10. Human Capital Management (9 credit hours)
  11. Human Resource Management (9 credit hours)
  12. Information Security Management (9 credit hours)
  13. Interdisciplinary Business (9 credit hours)
  14. Interdisciplinary (9 credit hours)
  15. International Management (9 credit hours)
  16. Management
    This concentration is only available if you are a Master of Arts in Management (MAM) graduate from Bellevue University. MAM graduates are required to take 18 credit hours to obtain a second Master's degree.
  17. Management Information Systems (9 credit hours)
  18. Marketing (9 credit hours)
  19. Professional Communication (9 credit hours)
  20. Project Management (9 credit hours)
  21. Supply Chain Management (9 credit hours)
  22. Tax  (9 credit hours)

*For further information on requirements for a concentration, talk to your Bellevue University admissions representative.

MBA 699 Special Topics (6 credits)
 In this course, documentation of prior educational and professional experience is compiled into an MBA portfolio. Documentation that demonstrates requisite training, experience, and/or post-Bachelor course credit is evaluated by Yeshiva Initiatives Education Programs (YIEP) and submitted to the university for approval as credits in transfer.

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