Earn a Dual MBA/MSMOB Degree–100% Online

Gain Broad-based Business Acumen

Bring your potential to life.

Managing business areas and leading teams of employees both require specific skill sets that aren’t always shared. Benedictine University’s online dual Master of Business Administration/Master of Science in Management and Organizational Behavior provides you with the knowledge and skills you’ll need to do both. BenU’s business programs are nationally recognized, ranked, and accredited, ensuring you an impressive credential upon graduation. As part of your MBA program, you can opt to add one of the following in-demand concentrations to your coursework: Digital Marketing or Project Management.

While earning an MBA and an MSMOB separately would require you to take 39 courses, this dual degree can be completed in just 26 courses–a great savings of time and money. Add to that savings a one-time scholarship toward your last class to eligible students, and the value of choosing BenU becomes even more apparent.

When you make the choice to earn your online degree from Benedictine University, you choose to not compromise. Your career stays on track as you balance online classes with work and you graduate with enhanced skills and a degree from a prestigious and historic university. Compromise is not in our vocabulary…nor should it be in yours.

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A Curriculum That Builds Leaders

Earning a Dual MBA/MSMOB degree from Benedictine University takes commitment, foresight, ambition and a willingness to learn. It’s no coincidence that these are also the qualities of leadership. As a BenU student, you are just not taught to lead–you’re expected to. Our curriculum is designed and taught by experts in their respective fields. We provide a transformative and integrative educational experience that thoroughly prepares you for your career while helping you shape a life of meaning and purpose as an engaged citizen.

Connect to Your Future

Learning online may not feel like a traditional college experience because it’s not. The curriculum mirrors that of an on-campus program and the professors are the same. But online learning gives you more say in how earning your degree fits into your already busy life. You determine how to balance your online program with work, family and other commitments. BenU gives you all the student support and career-related services you’d find on campus. Connecting to your future online may be the best choice for you.

Make Your Mark in Business

In 2020, some 13.1 percent of U.S. adults have an advanced degree, an increase from 8.6 percent in 2000.1 A master’s or post-graduate degree is now more of an asset than ever in the job market. So imagine the opportunities a Dual MBA/MSMOB from Benedictine University will bring you. You will have attained quantitative skills through our MBA program and soft skills in the MSMOB program, positioning you to successfully manage the many aspects of leading a company or organization.

Annual Median Wages in 2020

  1. Management Analyst: $87,6602
  2. Training and Development Manager: $115,6403
  3. Human Resources Manager: $121,2203
  4. Top Executive: $107,6803

Engage with Your Education

With a focus on usability and design, our online learning framework–Engage Learning Management System (LMS)—is built according to industry best practices and is always improving. It’s easy to use, facilitates communication through live chat with faculty and classmates and gives you an increased social presence.

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Sources and Disclaimer

  1. “About 13.1 Percent Have a Master’s, Professional Degree or Doctorate,” U.S. Census Bureau. Retrieved on October 27, 2021, from https://www.library/stories/2019/02/number-of-people-with-masters-and-phd-degrees-double-since-2000.html.
  2. “Management Analysts,” U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Retrieved October 24, 2021 from https://www.bls.gov/business-and-financial/management-analyst.htm.
  3. “Management Occupations,” U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Retrieved October 24, 2021 from https://www.bls.gov/ooh/management/home.htm.

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