Trinity Western University

Management of the Growing Enterprise

Online and in-class courses:

Core courses for all MBA students are taught face-to-face in the classroom at TWU. Classes for the Management of the Growing Enterprise specialization start with a three-week residency in August, then one week in June in Year One, followed by another three-week residency in August and two short three-day residencies (one in early January and one in late April) in Year Two. The concentrated week-long sessions include about 30-35 hours of classroom time and are bracketed by preparation and completion work before and after students arrive on campus utilizing online and distance technologies.

Five online, interactive courses in the student’s area of specialization offered during the fall (September to December) and spring (January to April) semesters give students the flexibility they need to continue their career while enhancing it.

Flexible Start Date:

The Management of the Growing Enterprise specialization allows students to enter the program at different times of the year. While the ideal start date is at the start of August, students may also begin with one of the online courses starting in the Fall or Spring terms, or with the course in the one-week June residency.

Complete Your MBA Within 2 Years:

The design of the delivery of this specialization allows students to complete their MBA in about 21 months while continuing to work. So, this allows students to apply what they have learned immediately in their workplaces as well as bring their work experience to the classroom to enhance their learning.

The MBA program works individually with each student to develop a study plan to fit their schedule needs. We acknowledge that students may have significant work/life demands, and so they may take up to five years to complete the degree.

Small Class Size and Diverse Cohort:

The Management of the Growing Enterprise specialization prides itself in its small, diverse cohort of students. Each class has between 10-20 students from a wide range of industries and professional experience. Such diversity provides a very rich learning experience for all students.