Announcing NEW MBA and NEW Graduate Business Management degrees for central Ohio, brought to you by the Coalition for the Common Good, Otterbein University, and its collaborating partner, Antioch University.

Ethical leadership. The triple bottom line. Sustainable practices. Socially just leaders.

These are the hallmarks of the new MBA and Business Management degrees available through the Coalition for the Common Good. If you are looking to grow your skills as a leader in business or management, there are exciting new opportunities and degree programs to help you realize your career goals.

Starting in the fall of 2024, all graduate Business Administration and Management programs will be taught through Antioch University, Otterbein’s partner in the Coalition for the Common Good (CCG). The CCG is a bold, new national system of universities committed to meeting the needs of working professionals and adult learners.

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The new CCG and Antioch University MBA program and Graduate Management degrees include:

  • MBA.
  • Human Services Administration.
  • Non-Profit Management.

A new schedule that grows your knowledge and values your time.

  • Six different start dates to begin your degree.
  • New courses every 7 weeks.
  • Complete your degree in 22 months or less!
  • No GMAT. No pre-requisites.

Get the expertise you want with MBA concentrations in:

  • Healthcare Leadership.
  • Leadership and Teams.
  • Nonprofit Leadership.
  • Sustainable Business.
  • Self-Designed.

A focus on you:

  • An online class model that puts you in charge of your schedule and learning.
  • Attention to the individual learner — we believe in understanding your goals, your dreams, and your timeline.

New Students

If you’re ready to pursue any of these new program offerings, we’re here to help!

  • Get a jump start on your MBA and enroll in courses during the summer 2024 session at Otterbein.
  • “I’m interested in the new MBA or one of the NEW Graduate Management degrees.”

Current Otterbein MBA Students

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Program Contacts

To start in summer 2024, contact:

Shelby Edick
Assistant Director of Graduate Admission
Phone: 614-823-1506

David Stone
MBA Program Graduate Director

To start in fall 2024 or later, contact:

Kelly Ackerson
Admission Counselor

Mary Ann Short
Associate Dean, Distance and Extended Education