St. Ambrose University is celebrating 20 years of offering the MBA degree program in Ottumwa, serving individuals and local employers such as John Deere Ottumwa Works, Cargill, Incorporated, Indian Hills Community College and the Pella Corporation.
MBA Alum Stories:
Kathy Higgins asked. With a career and three young children, she didn't have the time to drive to Davenport to earn her MBA. Could St. Ambrose offer a program in Ottumwa? Read how Kathy helped to pave the way for fellow learners in her area.
Michael Ackerman grew up in a small town in northwestern Iowa. When it came time to earn his MBA, Ambrose was there, combining the "small town feel" of individualized attention, with an integrative curriculum and real-world application. Read Michael's story.
Individuals interested in finding out more about the fall cohort are invited to attend an info session March 31, from 4-5:30 p.m., at the Indian Hills Community College Advanced Technology Center, Conference Room A, Ottumwa. For more information, contact Tammy Reichelt at 563/333-6354 or email ReicheltTammyS@sau.edu.
The St. Ambrose Master of Business Administration degree is internationally recognized and accredited. Deferred tuition payment options are available, and some students also receive tuition assistance from their employers. With a practical admissions policy and an integrated real-life business approach, the degree program is geared for working professionals, with classes conveniently scheduled one night a week in eight-week sessions.