The MBA program is a generalist program in business administration which stresses the functional areas of business. It is meant for those students who desire a broad understanding of business and how it relates to the social, political, and economic forces confronting it.
At the conclusion of the program, the student will be able to:
- demonstrate competency in the functional areas of business, accounting, business law, finance, information systems, organizational behavior, total quality management, marketing, and strategic management.
- develop team skills, written and oral communication capabilities, and cross-disciplinary aptitudes for working in a culturally and intellectually diverse environment.
- integrate quantitative information and the use of technology into the decision making process.
- apply and critically analyze the strategic decision making process, including financial forecasting and operational planning, for policy making in both domestic and international companies.
- practice ethical decision making as it pertains to business and societal issues.
Admission into the Master of Business Administration program is determined on the basis of the following:
- Possession of a bachelor degree from a regionally-accredited college or university, with an undergraduate grade point average of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale. (An average below 3.0 will be considered for conditional admission.)
- Two letters of recommendation from current employer or professional associates familiar with the applicant’s work or college performance.
- Submission of a statement of purpose for participating in the MBA program.
- Admission interview with a School of Business faculty advisor.
Students may transfer up to 6 semester hours of credit, with department approval.
Program Requirements (45 s.h.)
- Foundational Course work (9 sh)
- Required Core (30 sh)
- Capstone Sequence (6 sh)
- August 1 for overseas applicants, September 1 for applicants transferring within the US (To start: Fall Semester)
- December 1 for overseas applicants (To start: Winter semester)
- April 1 for overseas applicants, May 1 for applicants transferring within the US (To start: Spring/Summer semester)
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Last updated January 16, 2017