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MBA in Management

Applications are no longer being accepted for admission into the program


Online or In-Person
(Saturday Morning In-Person)

Program Length

All students must complete the program by Summer 2025

Credit Hours

39 to 45* Credit Hours
*6 Credit Hours Required for Non-Business Majors

Start Dates

Next Start Date: May 2023


Tuition Per Credit Hour: $999
Credit Hours to Complete: 39
Approximate Cost: $38,961

An MBA in Management helps you fulfill your leadership and career advancement goals. Our MBA program in management teaches you how to lead your organization to success through effectively managing people and processes. We combine our deep ethical foundations as Chicago's oldest Catholic university with our highly-qualified professors' business knowledge and practice insights to support your career advancement and personal growth. Our AACSB accreditation is recognized worldwide and evidences the high quality of the SXU MBA in Management program.

Graduate Admission

Program Requirements

For degree completion, you will take 15 courses (45 credit hours). All general areas of business are covered in these courses, and students may also choose from a variety of electives to fit their personal interests and aspirations. For more information about the MBA curriculum, please review the program requirements and course descriptions in the SXU Academic Catalog.

Academic Experience

With a variety of classes available, you'll be exposed to the following from your first day in the program:

  • Development of your career as a life-long learner cognizant of the interactions between business and society.
  • A deep understanding of global business trends, which provide the foundation for astute analysis of history, present environmental scanning and future strategic opportunities and threats.
  • Outstanding networking opportunities throughout Chicagoland, the US and globally.
  • Increased skills in accessing high-quality knowledge sources and their application to real-world business problems.
  • Personal improvement such as highly-confident writing, mindful reading, and perceptive analytical skills.
  • Leadership development focused on 21st Century economic realities.

Meet the GSM Faculty

Featured Alumni

Joy Shields, Alumna, Class of 2016

Joy encourages current students to maintain a portfolio while they are students to help them showcase their skills when applying for jobs.