Graduate programs in business


In just two years, attending class just one night a week, Bluffton graduate students can complete a

Courses are offered in three convenient locations Bluffton, Edison Community College in Piqua and Northwest State Community College in Archbold.

Students complete the program in cohorts of approximately 20 students. Courses emphasize interactive, experiential learning rather than the traditional lecture. Our next cohorts begin in August, but interested students may get an early start by enrolling in up to three one-semester-hour short courses offered in spring and summer.


  • .Admission to the MBA/MAOM programs do not require an undergraduate business degree.
  • Students enhance their managerial skills through extensive investigations of management issues.
  • Classes are interactive in nature with opportunities for experiential learning.
  • Students receive personalized attention from faculty members who hold appropriate advanced degrees in relevant fields of study.
  • Evening classes permit students to continue full-time employment.


Our graduates say...

Hear how this program worked
for Jane Heath, director of cancer care at Upper Valley Medical Center.


For more information, contact

Office of Adult and Graduate Education
800-488-3257, option 4



Bluffton's MBA consists of a balance of leadership practice oriented courses and technically oriented courses.
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MBA/Health Care


Develop a general set of management skills with a focus on specific health care management practices.
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The particular strengths of this program include an emphasis on understanding the nature of the managerial role.
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