Heads of Household
We're not only concerned for your academic success. We're concerned for the success of all those depending on you. Putting your personal responsibilities behind your education is a non-option. That's why we've designed our MBA and M.A in Management programs to fit into your circumstances, allowing you to focus on what's important and continue pursuing your purpose.
Flexible Program Structures
It's not likely that those depending on you run their lives around a traditional university schedule. We built a university schedule flexible enough to run around your life. Both our MBA and M.A in Management programs can be completed through in person, online, or hybrid course formats, allowing you to choose who has your attention first. You can also choose to take classes in the evening or during weekends. Combined with our multiple campus locations and diverse term options, you won't have to force others into your class schedule. We also understand that being able to fit your education into your budget can be a major roadblock. We have multiple payment plan options and will work with you to find the right fit.
Supportive Community Environment
You don't have to face the challenges of a graduate business education alone. Our community believes serving one another is the foundation of a Christ-centered learning environment. Our faculty and staff strive to know each of their students personally so that they can offer unique support to each of their circumstances. We believe mentorship is key to a holistic education and that we are called to educate students spiritually and physically, as much as intellectually. Throughout your journey at DBU, you'll have access to advisors that know your situation and understand your needs. DBU is a community that supports your success.
An education is found in far more than the classroom. We bring additional opportunities to further your career to our campuses so that you don't have to break your routine to attend. Network at our job fairs and business lunches. Extend your skill sets at our training seminars, such as BLAST, and etiquette dinners. And explore new disciplines by getting involved with partner organizations, such as the Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM) Student Chapter.