Dual-Degree BS/MBA (4+1) Program of Study
Students in the dual-degree (4+1) program may complete up to 9 credits of graduate courses during their senior year, which also fulfill undergraduate open electives. Students must work with their undergraduate adviser and the MBA director to ensure that the courses fit into both degree programs. Students must present satisfactory performance in their graduate coursework completed during their senior year to be officially admitted into the graduate program upon completion of their BS degree. The BS/MBA curriculum consists of the MBA core courses plus a requirement to complete MBA 660 with an international travel component and MBA 688 MBA Internship.
MBA Program of Study
|Core Business Disciplines (30 credits)|
|MBA 615||Skills for Contemporary Business Issues||3|
|MBA 620||Financial and Managerial Accounting for Decision Making (AC 620)||3|
|MBA 625||Authentic Leadership within Organizations||3|
|MBA 630||Business Data Analytics||3|
|MBA 635||Supply Chain Management in a New Era||3|
|MBA 640||Financial Decision Making||3|
|MBA 645||Marketing Decision Making||3|
|MBA 660||Decision Making in a Global Economy||3|
|MBA 690||Strategic Management||3|
|MBA 695||Action-Based Learning Lab||3|
|Select five graduate electives either in a specific concentration/discipline or customized by the student||15|
MBA students may choose to take elective courses within one area, creating a concentration in a specific discipline, or may choose to take electives across multiple business disciplines, enhancing a broad interdisciplinary perspective.
Electives are available in such areas as business analytics, computer information systems, finance, health care management, international business, marketing, strategy, and supply chain management.