The Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree program is designed for qualified holders of a bachelor’s degree, regardless of previous undergraduate or other graduate fields of study. The program’s objective is the development of the broadly-educated professional manager. A minimum of 36 hours of graduate study will be required in the MBA program. For those students with undergraduate degrees in areas other than business, an additional 18 hours of foundation courses may be required.
Undergraduate students majoring in Accounting, Business Administration, and Economics and Finance in the School of Business & Economics may apply for admission to the MBA program during their junior year. Qualified applicants may enroll in up to six credit hours of graduate level courses during each semester of their senior year, and then complete the remaining MBA courses in only one additional year beyond the undergraduate degree. Requirements for admission into the Three-Two Program are based on the current MBA program with the exception of completion of a baccalaureate degree.
Dr. Assad Tavakoli
Phone: 910-672-1527 / 910-672-1197