At Global Leadership University, we are passionate about
Equipping Aspiring Business Leaders for Success in a Multicultural World.
Our Overview course is a stand-alone course in our Continuing Education Program that we offer to anyone interested.
It's a great overview of entrepreneurship and business.
This 8-week online course is GEN 301 - "Overview of Entrepreneurship & Business."
This course is a prerequisite for our MBA program.
For more, go to the Overview Course page.
Global Leadership University offers an innovative MBA characterized by these distinctives:
We believe that business can and should focus on more than just maximizing profits for a few at the expense of the rest.
We believe business should pursue 4 integrated priorities – striving to be 1) financially viable, 2) socially beneficial and compassionate, 3) spiritually open and respectful, and 4) environmentally responsible.
We refer to this as the "integrated quadruple bottom line."
For a more thorough discussion, read "Our Commitment to Integrated Business" below.
We equip our graduates to succeed in a globally connected and complex world with many cultures and belief systems.
We go beyond essential frameworks and concepts to develop practical skills and apply them in relevant business experiences.
25% of our MBA is set aside for a hands-on business experience called a "Practicum" where students apply the concepts and skills they learned in the first 75% of the MBA.
To learn more, read about "Interesting Readings and Assignments," "Practical Demonstration of Business Skills," and "Business Practicum" on the Innovative Approach page.
We bring a spiritual perspective to every aspect of business.
We believe the Bible has relevant and useful guidance for doing morally praiseworthy business, even for those who may not believe everything in it.
Read about GLU's integrated approach to business in "Our Commitment to Integrated Business" below.
Read about our integrated content approach under "Integrated Weekly Content" on the Innovative Approach page.
We want our MBA to be affordable so that current and future leaders from around the world can afford it without going into debt.
As an institution focused exclusively on a distance-learning MBA, we don’t have expensive campuses and buildings to maintain, and we pass the cost savings on to our students.
We even offer discounts to immediate and extended family members!
Learn more about our costs on the Pricing page.
We want our MBA to be achievable by ordinary people who lead busy lives.
We provide part-time online education so students don’t have to stop their lives in order to obtain a graduate degree.
Our annual course schedule is less compressed than most online degrees, because we recognize that busy people need the space to juggle multiple priorities in life.
Learn more about the flexibility offered in our programs under "Flexibility" on the Innovative Approach page.
Learn about our less-compressed course schedules under "What's The Schedule?" on the MBA Program page.
Global Leadership University is committed to an integrated approach to business, in which business is a force for good in a needy world, pursues integrated priorities, and is morally praiseworthy according to Biblical guidance.
Our world struggles to achieve the 17 worthy goals expressed in the UN Sustainable Development Goals, which include overcoming poverty, hunger, sickness, injustice, lack of education and opportunity, and environmental deterioration.
Business can and should make a meaningful contribution toward achieving these goals.
Business should not be indifferent or uncaring, nor should it be actively doing harm.
We need to restore business itself as a force for good in a world that needs help, and we need to equip business leaders to do good in and through business.
Business should not be amoral – without any values other than profit, nor should it be immoral – actively causing social, environmental, or spiritual harm in the pursuit of profit.
Social, environmental, and spiritual values have somehow been relegated to the domain of non-profits, whereas business has become associated with greed and the uncaring pursuit of profit as the highest goal.
We believe it’s time to restore business to a morally praiseworthy activity that helps and serves people, and brings good to families and communities.
The Bible has relevant and useful guidance for doing business that is morally praiseworthy, even for those who may not believe everything in it.
A morally praiseworthy business embodies the three great “love” commands in the Bible – to love God, to love your neighbor, and to love each other.