Nexus University’s Master of Business Administration is an intensive graduate program that educates students in theories and practices of the modern business world. The MBA program fosters independent learning and enables students to contribute intellectually to the business profession.

All MBA students must complete a core graduate coursework in valuable areas such as accounting, finance, organizational behavior, marketing, operations and strategy. Graduates will have the tools needed to critically analyze and solve business problems through strong analysis of data and the integration of a wide range of business acumen.


MBA students have the option to select one of the four MBA specializations:

Business Analytics

In the Business Analytics Advanced Area, students will acquire a strong understanding of the basic concept of business analytics. Students will be exposed to a comprehensive overview of the field of business analytics; students will learn about data mining, statistical modeling, and media analytics. The students will gain a solid understanding of the key tools to solve supply chain management issues.

Global Business

In the Global Business Advanced Area, students will acquire a strong understanding of the basic concepts of global business. Students will learn about the theory and practical application of international manufacturing and trade. The students will learn how to create synergy between the international marketing strategies and business strategies. The students will gain a solid understanding of how global logistics has an immediate impact of global supply chain management.

Strategic Agility

In the Strategic Agility specialization, students develop the ability to identify shifts both within an organization and in the external business environment. They also learn tools to assimilate the constant dynamism of the marketplace and its challenges. With an agile, pro-change mindset, students learn the communication skills needed to deliver out-of-the-box solutions to unique enterprise problems.

Design Thinking for Innovation

In the Strategic Agility specialization, students develop the ability to identify shifts both within an organization and in the external business environment. They also learn tools to assimilate the constant dynamism of the marketplace and its challenges. With an agile, pro-change mindset, students learn the communication skills needed to deliver out-of-the-box solutions to unique enterprise problems.


Relevant skills that can be immediately applied to your career.

Highly qualified faculty with relevant career experience.

Online theory classes that let you study at your own pace.

Education priced around the needs of our student population.

Flexibility that lets you maintain a work-life balance.

Small class size for personalized communications with faculty.

What Will You Learn in this Program?

Nexus University’s Master of Business Administration teaches students a range of skills and subjects, including people management, financial management, business intelligence, global trade and supply chain concepts, marketing, strategic planning, IT and information system management and much more. Anyone who takes this program will emerge prepared to take on advanced roles in the business world.

Why Choose Nexus University for Your MBA Degree?

  • We have deep experience with online higher education.
  • Higher education that is more accessible than ever.
  • We provide you with the tools to become a true professional leader.
  • You learn important communication, critical thinking and leadership skills.
  • All qualified applicants are accepted.

MBA Program Outcomes

Upon completion of this program, students will be able to:

1. Apply advanced analytical skills to solve business issues.

2. Create strategies through the advanced application of research that will enable an organization to achieve its mission and vision in a dynamic business environment.

3. Apply leadership skills to encourage innovation and organizational change in a diverse business environment.

4. Evaluate the impact that a changing external environment has upon a business environment.

5. Apply practical application of advanced interdisciplinary skills of concepts and theories, communication, critical thinking, and ethical responsibilities to a global business environment.

6. Use informational systems and advanced technology in innovation and organizational change within a global business environment.





An MBA has often been called the “golden ticket” because it commands respect in the business world and equips graduates with diverse skills that they can use in any number of industries. Students and professionals who earn an MBA are on a path to a rewarding and dynamic career, and where that path takes you largely depends on the concentration and occupation that you’re interested in.

  • People who left positions with salaries around $50,000 to start a full-time MBA program saw an 80% increase in their salaries upon graduation.1
  • The median annual base starting salary U.S. employers offered new MBA hires in 2019 was $115,000.2
  • In a survey of 21,000 MBA holders, close to 95% considered the cost of their degree to be a good investment – even those who graduated during a recession.3


  • More master’s degrees are awarded in business than in any other field.1
  • Workers with an MBA command higher salaries in nearly every job compared with those only holding a Bachelor’s degree.2
  • MBAs in the consulting sector are paid, on average, over $130,600 annually.3
  • An MBA is an internationally recognized qualification that can help you get a job almost anywhere in the world.4
  • According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the demand for marketing MBAs is expected to increase by 10% from 2016 to 2026 – faster than the national average for all occupations.5






MBA-holders can be found working in – and leading – millions of businesses across the world. It’s one of the most widely applicable degrees you can earn, and it prepares you to perform diverse, high-paying jobs. Here are just a few examples of careers that you will be qualified to pursue with an MBA:


Financial Manager – 2020 Median Annual Salary $134,1806

Financial managers create financial reports, direct investment activities, and develop plans for the long-term financial goals of their organization.


Sales Manager – 2020 Median Annual Salary $132,2907         

Sales managers direct organizations’ sales teams. Sales managers often are required to travel. Most sales managers work full time.


Marketing Manager – 2020 Mean Annual Salary $149,2008

Marketing managers direct and coordinate a company’s marketing policies and programs, which might include identifying potential customers, working with creative teams on marketing campaigns, and monitoring competitor and industry trends in an effort to shape your company’s business strategy.


Industrial Production Manager – 2020 Median Annual Salary $108,7909

Industrial production managers oversee the daily operations of manufacturing and related plants.

Credit Requirements

Students must complete the MBA with the core courses (30 credits) plus two approved specialization courses (6 credits) from the advanced study areas, for a total of 36 graduate semester credit hours.

The Admissions Process

A bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution recognized by the USDOE or a bachelor’s degree from approved international university with at least a 2.0 cumulative grade point average (GPA).
Applying to a degree program at the Nexus University School of Business is fast and easy. Applications are reviewed within 48 hours and all qualified applicants are accepted. If you need more details, please visit our Admission page. If you’re ready to take the first step, you can:

Curriculum Plan

Course Descriptions

MBA Core Courses

MAN 511 Organizational Behavior
Students focus on three factors that contribute to successful organizational performance: individual behavior, group/team behavior and organization-wide processes. Topics include ethics, diversity, communication, motivation, leadership, conflict management and organizational culture, structure and change. Learning activities emphasize practical application of organizational theory.

HRM 512 Human Resource Management
This course is an in-depth investigation of the strategic planning and implementation of human resource management, including staffing of the organization, development of personnel, appraisal methodologies, and rewards.

MKT 513 Marketing Management
Students gain the knowledge and skills necessary to understanding the critical role of marketing in successful organizations. Topics include segmentation analysis, target markets, positioning, marketing mix elements, supply chain, marketing communication and pricing.

ISM 514 Management Information Systems and Technology
This course provides students with the understanding into how modern businesses leverage information system technologies to realize corporate objectives. The course provides the most up-to-date and comprehensive overview of technological information systems used by businesses today from big data and the Internet of Things (IoT) to machine learning and DevOps.

STR 521 Srategic Planning and Implementation
A first course in statistical methods including such topics as collecting, grouping, and presenting data; measures of central tendency, position, and variation; theoretical distributions; probability; test of hypotheses; estimation of parameters; and regression and correlation. Use of statistical computer software will be required. Prerequisite: MAT 111

ECO 522 Managerial Economics
This course is a writing intensive course designed to improve critical thinking, reading, and writing skills. Students develop strategies for turning their experience, observations, and analyses into evidence suitable for writing in a variety of academic disciplines. Prerequisite: ENG 112

MAN 523 Operations Management
This course explores the role of accounting in providing financial information about an enterprise to decision-making. Emphasis is placed on understanding financial accounting from a user perspective. Course covers the reporting of financial position including coverage of assets, liabilities, equity accounts, the results of operations and cash flows. Prerequisite: MAT 111

STA 524 Applied Business Research & Statistics
Art Appreciation is a course for non-art majors that introduces a chronological history of art including style, form, media, and meaning. This is a writing credit course with international/ intercultural content.

ACC 531 Accounting for Decision Making
Students learn to analyze and present financial and managerial accounting data. Topics include measurement of costs, planning, forecasting, budgeting, cost/revenue/profit analysis, Sarbanes-Oxley Act and corporate trust.

FIN 532 Financial Management
Students learn fundamental principles and concepts of financial management. Various tools and cases are used to assist and train financial managers in decision-making. Topics include the analysis of risk and return, valuation of financial assets, capital budgeting applications, capital structure management, mergers and acquisitions, leveraged buyouts and working capital management.

MBA Specializations

Business Analytics Specialization

MBA 533 Business Intelligence Analytics
This course is going to offer students with a comprehensive overview of the fundamental concepts of the field of business analytics. The course will also cover essential tools for understanding how data analysis works in today’s businesses. Prerequisites: All Core MBA Courses.

MBA 534 Advanced Business Analytics
This course is going to offer students with a comprehensive overview of the management science techniques, and how these techniques are utilized to analyze complex business issues and reach at rational solutions. The topics that will be covered are statistical modeling, data warehousing, data mining, and social media analytics. Computer software will be utilized throughout the course, primarily by using available programs to perform the calculations after the problem has been correctly formulated. Emphasis will be placed on the interpretation and implementation of results. Prerequisites: All Core MBA Courses.

MBA 541 Supply Chain Management
This course is going to offer students with a comprehensive overview of the tools necessary to solve supply chain problems. The students are going to be guided through all of the key drivers of supply chain performance, including, but not limited to facilities, inventory, transportation, information, sourcing, and pricing. Prerequisites: All Core MBA Courses

GBA 533 Global Trade
This course is going to discuss the theory and practice of international production and trade, aiming at understanding international trade, global factor movements [migration, guest works, multinationals and foreign direct investment, outsourcing, etc.], trade policy, free trade agreements, trade conflicts, and case studies of recent patterns of global trade. Prerequisites: All Core MBA Courses.

GBA 534 Global Marketing Management
This course is going to offer students with a comprehensive overview of the opportunities and challenges associated with marketing across countries. The effect on marketing of the cultural, economic, political, and technological environments in foreign countries will be analyzed. The association between international marketing and global business strategy will be discussed. Prerequisites: All Core MBA Courses.

GBA 541 Global Supply Chain Management
This course will familiarize students with the role of global logistics in the context of Supply Chain Management. The students will gain the knowledge of how global logistics affects all the areas of global supply chain management such as methods of entry into foreign markets. Moreover, the other areas that will be covered are international modes of transportation, packaging, and security. Prerequisites: All Core MBA Courses.

CSA 533 Learning Agility
Students focus how coaching is a field of knowledge that seeks to accompany transformational processes in others from an ontological coherence, whether in body, emotion and language. In addition, students will learn about understanding that human beings are linguistic beings, where language builds new universes and realities, as well as ways in which leaders communicate in organizations

CSA 534 Digital Mindset
This course provides information on digital mentality as part of what the present and future world of work will require more and more. The student will learn what is referred to a philosophy of doing business, just as we say, “live well” that could imply “sleep well”, “rest well”, “and eat well”, “breathe well”, etc. In addition, students will learn about how the digital mindset implies “work well”, that is, lead well, communicate well, listen well, adopt technology well, that is, modify the structure of thought and help generate new brain connections, visit new places of thought, rewire and reconnect new points that allow leaders to create new perspectives of the world. The student explores how the world is not what we see, but rather how the mental representation of the world in our brains is what “what” and “how” we perceive the environment.

CSA 535 Design Thinking Prototyping
This course seeks to provide tools so that students are able to assimilate the constant dynamism they face in the markets, based mainly on proactivity and a permanent attitude towards learning in new challenges. This translates into a focus for the delivery of results in an agile way, in a positive attitude towards change, knowing their strengths and weaknesses, and also giving them the ability to find non-typical solutions to the problems of companies. It also aims to make him a great communicator capable of influencing different types of people under various organizational contexts.

DTA 533 Introduction to Design Thinking
The students will acquire practical and theoretical fundamental tools to face people-centered innovation processes through the different design thinking stages. The Design Thinking methodology is presented as one of the leading innovation agile methods in organizations, allowing a creative institutional culture characterized by collaboration, people-centered emphasis, rethinking and experimentation, and promoting high impact solutions.

DTA 534 Innovation Learning
The student will examine the frameworks that market-leading companies use to incorporate innovation into their business strategies. Through interactive lectures and real-world examples, the student will learn how to drive innovation and develop winning strategies for their organizations.

DTA 535 Design Thinking Prototyping
The students will apply design thinking tools to identify problems and opportunities, incorporate ideation and iteration to find creative solutions, develop and implement a project integrating the solutions, test those solutions to reflect on the findings, and understand the importance of design thinking on organizations’ strategic planning.