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MBA Program

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The Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree program provides an educational emphasis on leadership, offers a broad perspective of business, and is designed to develop and enhance business skills and knowledge valuable to managers, executives, and administrators. International business and business ethics are integrated throughout the program.

The MBA is a total of 30 credit hours and can be completed in as little as one year. The program is interdisciplinary and consists of coursework in accounting, marketing, management, finance, economics, legal and social environment of business, data analytics, and management information systems. All courses are offered online (8 week terms) and in a traditional face-to-face/hybrid (16 week terms) format. For a detailed description of the MBA curriculum, visit the Course Descriptions page.

Admission Requirements

MBA Learning Goals

Upon successful completion of the MBA degree program, our graduates should be able to:

Foundation Requirements

Students who hold an undergraduate business degree should be prepared to start the MBA. Those without a business degree may be required to complete foundation requirements through IVY MBA PrepWorks in the following areas:

The foundation requirements for each student are determined on a case-by-case basis.

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For more information about graduate admissions, visit the College of Graduate Studies and Research website.

Next entry term: Spring I

For More Information

Mr. Christopher Houston
MBA Academic Assistant and Advisor
Office: RAS 240
Phone: 325-486-6550

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MBA students are considered for the Carr Graduate Scholarship upon acceptance.

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