Overview

The goal of the BYU MBA is to train complete leaders. We do this by educating students in three significant ways—mind, heart, and spirit.

The Marriott School has hired the brightest minds from around the world to teach in the BYU MBA. During the first year, students gain a solid understanding of the best business practices through their core classes. Then, they put that learning to practice in a full-time internship in the corporate world during the summer between their first and second years. When students return for the second year of the program, they can focus on one of five majors: entrepreneurship, finance, global supply chain, marketing, and strategic human resources.

We give students opportunities to gather a greater understanding of the world around them. Through networking with the thousands of BYU MBA alumni who have gone before, traveling to explore different companies and cultures, and being of service to fellow classmates throughout the program, students expand their understanding and gain critical skills to assist them in a growing global economy and a global church.

BYU is uniquely positioned to provide students with more than a secular education. We tie principles of the gospel of Jesus Christ into business learning. Learning how to be Christlike businessmen and women serves students in a greater way than simply increasing their business acumen; it serves them in the business of life.

Nurturing mind, heart, and spirit creates complete leaders. Please join us and add your distinctive and valuable influence to the BYU MBA.