A business master’s degree tailored to your goals
The flexible and affordable Master of Global Business Administration program at NAU–Yuma consists of traditional MBA (30 credits) content with a global focus, and it may be completed in one year to help you meet your career goals. If you’re thinking about applying, look into our MGBA admission requirements and current degree details from our catalog—or contact us to connect with an admissions expert and learn more.
Career advancement within reach
Like all our programs in the Department of Business Administration at NAU–Yuma, this MGBA fits into our mission of providing excellent higher education in business management.
Why choose NAU–Yuma’s Master of Global Business Administration degree?
The Master of Global Business Administration degree not only provides you with a strong theoretical background but also the skills and insights directly applicable to your work. Our Master of Global Business Administration coursework frequently involves examples and assignments from the real world, taught by faculty with experience beyond academia. Since many of your assignments will be based on real-life examples—either from your current job or industry—you will begin seeing the benefits of the program even before you graduate.
MGBA emphasis areas
Choose from two paths to complete your graduate degree with an emphasis that matches your career and professional interests.
Global Business Administration
Become a decisive and empowered leader. Stand out in diverse international communities. Advance your expertise in strategic operations and supply chain management while earning high-level marketing and strategy skills.
Transnational Justice Administration
Advance your law enforcement and criminal justice career with an international focus. Through coursework in criminology, judicial policy, organizational planning and management, transnational crime, and public safety, you’ll become an expert in your industry.
Our graduates are innovators and leaders in organizations including the US Army, Johnson Controls, Almark Foods, the City of Yuma, and the Arizona Department of Corrections. Following in their footsteps, you’ll prepare for high-level positions across the region—as an administrator, executive director, manager, industry professional, or leader in any field.
A common fall schedule includes accounting and cross-cultural teams coursework in the first eight weeks of the semester, followed by Global Economics, Global Organizational Management, and Leading Diverse Cultures courses in the second half of the semester. For more details on specific course availability, please see the academic course catalog.