Degree programs offered in business and economics, including the Master of Business Administration program, are accredited by the International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education.
The Department offers the following majors which lead to a B.S. Degree:
In addition, the department offers a business minor and an economics minor and the following graduate program options:
- Five-Year Undergraduate/MBA Program
- Master of Business Administration Program
Five-Year Undergraduate/Master of Business Administration Program
The Five-Year Undergraduate/Master of Business Administration Program is open to all business department majors and minors. The program articulates undergraduate and graduate study so that you can graduate after five years with a Bachelor’s degree in your chosen major plus a Master of Business Administration degree. The program requires 120-141 hours of undergraduate work and 30-33 hours of graduate work.
Students who have earned a 3.0 cumulative grade point average and are interested in the Five-Year Undergraduate/Master of Business Administration Program must make application to the Director of the M.B.A. Program during their junior year. The M.B.A. Admission Committee will notify students of its decisions. Admission to the College does not automatically admit students to the M.B.A. program. Students admitted to the program may begin taking M.B.A. courses during their fourth year, or they may choose to begin graduate courses during the summer between years four and five. Non-business /Non-economics majors must complete all requirements for their chosen major in addition to 21 undergraduate business/economics hours and 33 graduate hours.