Falls School of Business
In just 10 months, you can gain hands-on work experience and earn a master’s degree.
We are looking for 20 exceptional students who would like the opportunity to:
- Complete a Master of Business Administration degree.
- Graduate in 10 months.
- Gain paid professional work experience (20-25 hours/week) in their field of choice.
- Get international business exposure.
- Experience life off campus in a private studio apartment, with most expenses included.
You don’t have to be a business major to join our program. As a matter of fact, almost 40% of our previous RMBA graduates have majored in areas other than business. Our graduates get a jump-start on their careers as decision-makers in finance, healthcare, science, sports management, and other fields.
This unique program incorporates dynamic classroom learning and practical work experience with business mentoring by our Falls School of Business faculty.
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Professional Work Experience
Most RMBA students are offered full-time jobs at the end of their paid co-op.
Co-op elements include:
- Two days/week in your field of choice.
- 20-25 hours/week.
- Most are paid around $15/hour. Unlike an internship, a co-op will allow you the opportunity to take on a role with more responsibility or be in charge of major projects within the company.
Schedule & Dates
To complete your 41-credit hour MBA, your typical week might look like this:
- Two days of classes for 4 hours each day
- One evening class
- Three 8-hour days of professional work experience
- Weekends are usually free
Start the program in January or August. Applicants must be under the age of 25 when classes start.
Your travel, food, and lodging expenses for the international business trip are included in the program cost.
Previous trip locations include:
- Grand Cayman
Your program cost includes just about everything you’ll need:
- Studio apartment, including utilities, laundry, and WiFi
- International business trip, including travel, lodging, and meals
- New laptop
- 41-credit hour MBA with a concentration in applied leadership
Total 10-month Residential MBA: $38,745
Step 1: APPLY
Complete the free online application, which takes 15-20 minutes. We cap our program at 20 students, so it’s best to submit your application early!
Save your application login and password, because you will need it later to submit the rest of your materials.
Step 2: VISIT
Schedule your in-person or virtual visit!
You will be living on your own, working part-time, and attending graduate classes. Come see what your future life will be like: tour the apartments, meet with faculty, and talk with current RMBA students.
Contact us: (888) MBA-GRAD or firstname.lastname@example.org
Step 3: COMPLETE YOUR APPLICATION
When we connect, we will walk you through the process of submitting the rest of your materials.
Log back into your application to submit your:
- Three recommendations
Send transcripts and scores to AU.documentAGS@anderson.edu:
F1 Visa Students: Students earning an undergraduate degree from non-U.S. institutions should refer to our International Students page for additional documentation requirements.
Step 4: ACCEPTANCE
After you have been accepted, log back into your application to pay your $200 non-refundable tuition deposit:
- Secure your place as one of our 20 RMBA students. Only those who have paid the deposit will be guaranteed a spot.
- Apartment preferences will be given in the order of deposits received.
- The deposit will be applied to your tuition upon the start of classes.
Let’s connect during your campus visit.
- Falls School of Business
Dr. Brewer has managed HR, training and development, computer programming, and other functions in multiple corporate industries. He has also directed two nonprofits, including an international business incubator. He has taught for five universities across the country. His main interests are leadership, systems, and development.
Dr. Collette has served at Anderson University since 1977 and blends a background rich in professional and community service. He holds a Doctor of Education degree with emphasis in organizational development at Indiana University and a BA in accounting from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. He has taught at both the graduate and undergraduate levels. Dr. Collette is the former CEO of a small, regional marketing research firm. He is very active in consulting in the Midwest. Having worked with more than 40 organizations, he currently serves on the board of directors for two start-up businesses and serves on several local non-profit boards.
Professor of Management
B.B.A., M.S., University of Wisconsin-Whitewater;
Ed.D, Indiana University
Dr. Dulaney holds a Bachelor of Science in Economics from Ball State University, an MBA from Anderson University, and completed his DBA in 2009. Dulaney has a background in technology and publishing and has started businesses in both fields. His research interests are consumer behavior, e-business, and e-commerce. Dulaney has written several books on computer operating systems and certifications and is a columnist for two online publications as well as the editor of the Christian Business Academy Review.
Emmett Dulaney has served at Anderson University since 2006.
Director of Doctoral Studies
Professor of Marketing
B.S., Ball State University;
M.B.A., D.B.A., Anderson University
Dr. Fox shares with his students a background merging academic work, practical experience, and consulting service. He holds an MBA in finance from Indiana University and a PhD in organizational behavior and development from The Union Institute. In addition to being a certified financial planner, Dr. Fox is active in management consulting and is the author of numerous articles in professional journals, magazines, and newspapers. He has also published devotional guides for applying biblical principles to personal financial planning.
Jerry Fox has served at Anderson University since 1985.
Austin/Cooper Director of Global Business Studies
Professor of Management
B.A., Anderson University; C.F.P, College for Financial Planning;
M.B.A., Indiana University;
Ph.D., Union Institute
Dr. Haskett teaches in the areas of management, non-profit leadership, and strategic planning. She completed her EdD in higher education at Indiana University, with a minor in non-profit strategic management. Her dissertation focused on emotional intelligence (EQ) and effective teaching, which has led to many speaking engagements on the topic. She is a certified trainer in the TalentSmart Emotional Intelligence training curriculum and the Emotional Intelligence Appraisal, and has been certified in the BarOn EQ-i Emotional Intelligence assessment. Her past experience includes 17 years as a CPA for General Motors, along with leading the organizational strategic planning process. She holds an MBA, has an accounting degree from Ball State University, and is a Certified Public Accountant.
Rebecca Haskett has served at Anderson University since 1996.
Professor of Management; CPA
B.S., M.B.A., Ball State University;
Ed.D., Indiana University
Dr. Hochstetler has enjoyed the opportunity to be involved in a variety of management positions in his career. After receiving his MBA from Indiana University, he worked in Human Resources for R. R. Donnelley and Sons and then for NCR. Jay then spent eight years at Indiana Wesleyan University where he was director of the business programs in the college of adult and professional studies, followed by eight years at Ivy Tech State College where he was the executive dean of the Marion campus. Dr. Hochstetler started an education program at the Miami Correctional Facility and also coordinated the separation of a physician's office from a large healthcare organization to become an independent office. He also taught at Taylor University before coming to AU. In addition to teaching at AU, he is a partner in a commercial real estate development. Brookhaven Wesleyan Church is a large part of his life, where he also serves as collegiate ministry leader, board member, and treasurer. He is married to Kelley and has a son and daughter-in-law who are graduates of AU.
Jay Hochstetler has served at Anderson University since 2007.
Professor of Management
Director of Assessment and Accreditation
B.A., Goshen College;
M.B.A., Indiana University;
Ed.D., Ball State University
Ph.D., Northcentral University
Karen comes to Anderson University bringing ten plus years' experience as an administrative support professional at the primary, secondary, and higher education levels. She earned her Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. Karen assists the undergraduate programs of the Falls School of Business.