Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.)
In addition to listed criteria for admission to the MBA program, a student must demonstrate the knowledge, skills, and experience necessary to compete successfully in an MBA program. Students possessing a bachelor's degree in business administration and at least two years of work experience will be considered to possess the necessary knowledge, skills, and experience to compete successfully in the MBA program. For students who do not possess a bachelor's degree in business administration, it may be necessary for the student to acquire background knowledge in selected business areas before enrolling in specific courses. See Foundational Requirements for the MBA.
Students will take 36 hours of 600 level coursework to complete the MBA. A student will take a total of 27 hours of core course work (each course is a three credit hour course) and 9 hours of electives. In lieu of the 9 hours of electives in the online format only, students can complete a specific track of 9 hours in one of four areas: Healthcare Management, Human Resource Management, International Business, and Marketing.