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Business Administration (MBADM)

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Dr. Brian H. Cameron, Associate Dean for Professional Master's Program
The Smeal College of Business
220S Business Building
814-863-1460

Degree Conferred:

M.B.A.

The Graduate Faculty -- Penn State Erie, The Behrend College

  • Kerry A. Adzima, Ph.D. (West Virginia University) Assistant Professor of Economics
  • Pelin Bicen, Ph.D. (Texas Tech University), Assistant Professor of Marketing
  • Brian L. Boscaljon, Ph.D. (Texas Tech University), Associate Professor of Finance
  • Charles A. Brown, Ph.D. (Kent State University), Associate Professor of Accounting
  • Michael E. Brown, Ph.D. (Pennsylvania State University), Assistant Professor of Management
  • Ozgun Caliskan-Demirag, Ph.D. (Georgia Institute of Technology), Assistant Professor of Management
  • Ashutosh V. Deshmukh, Ph.D. (Memphis) iMBA Program Chair; Professor of Accounting and Management Information Systems
  • James Fairbank, Ph.D. (Pennsylvania State University), Associate Professor of Management
  • Michael G. Filbeck, D.B.A. (University of Kentucky), Professor of Finance and Sanuel Patton Black III Chair in Insurance and Risk Management
  • John L. Fizel, Ph.D. (Michigan State University), Professor of Economics
  • William H.A. Johnson, Ph.D. (York University), Associate Professor of Management
  • Kenneth K.T. Louie, Ph.D. (University of Illinois At Urbana-Champaign), Associate Professor of Economics
  • Ido Millet, Ph.D. (University of Pennsylvania), Professor of Management Information Systems
  • Diane H. Parente, Ph.D. (SUNY, Buffalo) Breene Professor of Management
  • Jeffrey K. Pinto, Ph.D. (University of Pittsburgh), Professor of Management and Andrew Morrow and Elizabeth Black Chair of Management Technology
  • Mary Beth Pinto, Ph.D. (Pittsburgh) Breene Professor of Marketing
  • Matthew Swinarski, Ph.D. (SUNY, Buffalo) Associate Professor of Management Information Systems
  • Ray R. Venkataraman, Ph.D. (Illinois Institute of Technology), Associate Professor of Management
  • Ryan M. Vogel, Ph.D. (University of Georgia), Assistant Professor of Management
  • Alfred G. Warner, Ph.D. (Ohio State University), Associate Professor of Management
  • Xin (Jessica) Zhao, Ph.D. (SUNY at Buffalo), Associate Professor of Finance

The Graduate Faculty -- Penn State Great Valley, School of Graduate Professional Studies

  • John C. Cameron, J.D., (Widener) Assistant Professor of Management & Organization
  • Janice L. Dreachslin, Ph.D. (Wayne State) Professor of Health Policy and Administration
  • Karen Duhala, Ph.D. (Penn State) Assistant Professor of Accounting and Finance
  • Daniel Indro, Ph.D. (Indiana) Associate Professor of Finance
  • Pornsit Jiraporn, Ph.D. (Southern Illinois) Associate Professor of Finance
  • Sang Mook Lee, Ph.D., CFA (Temple) Assistant Professor of Finance
  • Barrie E. Litzky, Ph.D. (Drexel) Associate Professor of Management and Organization
  • Bo Ouyand, Ph.D. (University of Texas - Arlington) Assistant Professor of Accounting
  • Simon J. Pak, Ph.D. (University of California - Berkeley) Associate Professor of Finance
  • Denise Potosky, Ph.D. (Rutgers) Associate Professor of Management
  • Qiang (Patrick) Qiang, Ph.D. (Massachusetts - Amherst) Associate Professor of Operations and Management
  • Sagnika Sen, Ph.D. (Arizonia State) Associate Professor of Management Information Systems
  • John J. Sosik, Ph.D., CPA, CMA (SUNY at Binghamton) Professor of Management and Organization
  • Eric Stein, Ph.D. (Wharton) Associate Professor of Management and Science and Information Systems
  • Cynthia (Cyndy) Walton, Ph.D. (University of Florida) Assistant Professor of Management and Organization
  • Walter Wang, Ph.D. (Louisiana State) Associate Professor of Marketing

The Graduate Faculty -- Penn State Harrisburg, The Capital College

  • Mohammad Ali, Ph.D. (Rutgers, State University of New Jersey), Assistant Professor of Management
  • Thomas Amlie, Ph.D. (University of Maryland College Park), Associate Professor of Accounting
  • Ozge Aybat, Ph.D. (City College City University of New York), Assistant Professor of Marketing
  • Nihial Bayraktar, Ph.D. (University of Maryland College Park), Associate Professor of Economics
  • Melvin Blumberg, Ph.D. (Pennsylvania State University) Professor of Management
  • Richard Brown, Ph.D. (Temple University) Assistant Professor of Management
  • Qiang Bu, Ph.D. (University of Massachusetts In Amherst), Associate Professor of Finance
  • David Buehler, Ph.D. (University of North Carolina At Chapel Hill), Assistant Professor of Economics
  • Thomas Buttross, Ph.D. (Mississippi) Associate Professor of Accounting
  • Refik Culpan, Ph.D. (NYU) Professor of Management and International Business
  • Patrick Cusatis, Ph.D. (Penn State) Associate Professor of Finance
  • Janet M. Duck, Ph.D. (Penn State) Assistant Professor of Management
  • Jeffrey R. Foreman, Ph.D. (Georgia State University), Assistant Professor of Marketing
  • Raymond K. Gibney Jr., Ph.D. (University of Pittsburgh), Associate Professor of Management
  • Susan F. Havranek, Ph.D. (Arizona State University), Assistant Professor of Accounting
  • Indrit Hoxha, Ph.D. (University of Houston, Assistant Professor of Economics
  • Meng-Hua Hsieh, Ph.D. (University of Washington), Assistant Professor of Information Systems
  • Erdener Kaynak, Ph.D. (Cranfield University), Professor of Marketing
  • William A. Kline, Ph.D. (Temple University), Assistant Professor of Management
  • Mukund S. Kulkarni, Ph.D. (University of Kentucky), Chancellor; Professor of Finance
  • Roderick Lee, Ph.D. (Pennsylvania State University), Associate Professor of Information Systems
  • Bruce H. Lubich, Ph.D. (Pennsylvania State University), Assistant Professor of Accounting
  • David A. Morand, Ph.D. (Cornell) Professor of Management
  • Dinesh Pai, Ph.D. (Rutgers, State University of New Jersey), Assistant Professor of Supply Chain Management
  • Parag C. Pendharkar, D.B.A. (Southern Illinois University - Charbondal), Professor of Information Systems
  • Robert D. Russell, Ph.D. (University of Pittsburgh), Assistant Professor of Management
  • Stephen P. Schappe, Ph.D. (Ohio State University), Director, School of Business Administration; Associate Professor of Management
  • Richard Scheib, J.D. (Georgetown University), Instructor of Accounting and Business Law
  • Girish H. Subramanian, Ph.D. (Temple University), Professor of Information Systems
  • Peter F. Swan, Ph.D. (University of Michigan at Ann Arbor), Associate Professor of Logistics and Operations Management
  • Zinaida Taran, Ph.D. (Rutgers, State University of New Jersey), Assistant Professor of Marketing
  • Oranee Tawatnuntachai, Ph.D. (University of New Orleans), Associate Professor of Finance
  • Premal P. Vora, Ph.D. (Pennsylvania State University), Associate Professor of Finance
  • Sabri Yilmaz, Ph.D. (Southern Illinois University of Carbondal), Instructor in Economics
  • Richard Young, Ph.D. (Penn State) Professor of Supply Chain Management

The Graduate Faculty -- The Smeal College of Business

  • Aydin Alptekinoglu, Ph.D. (University of California Los Angeles), Associate Professor of Supply Chain Management
  • Brent W. Ambrose, Ph.D. (University of Georgia) Smeal Professor of Real Estate; Director, Institute for Real Estate Studies, Professor of Insurance and Real Estate
  • Orie E. Barron, Ph.D. (University of Oregon), Professor of Accounting and PricewaterhousCoopers, LLP Research Fellow
  • Russell R. Barton, Ph.D. (Cornell University), Professor of Supply Chain and Information Systems, and Industrial Engineering; Co-Director, MMM Degree Program; Associate Director, CMTOC
  • John Baumgartner, Ph.D. (Stanford University), Professor of Marketing
  • Lisa Bolton, Ph.D. (University of Florida), Professor of Marketing
  • Forrest S. Briscoe, Ph.D. (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), Associate Professor of Labor Studies and Industrial Relations, and Sociology
  • Jonathon Bundy, Ph.D. (University of Georgia), Assistant Professor of Management and Organization
  • Daniel R. Cahoy, J.D. (Franklin University), Associate Professor of Business Law
  • Brian H. Cameron, Ph.D. (Pennsylvania State University), Associate Dean for Professional Masters, Clinical Professor of Management Information Systems, Smeal College of Business; Affiliate Faculty of Information Sciences and Technology
  • Quanwei (Charles) Cao, Ph.D. (Univesity of Chicago), Smeal Chair Professor in Finance
  • Jennifer Coupland Chang, Ph.D. (Northwestern University), Clinical Professor in Marketing
  • Franis (Frank) L. Chelko, M.M. (Pennsylvania State University), Instructor of Operations and Supply Chain Management
  • Dane M. Christensen, Ph.D. (University of Arizona), Assistant Professor of Accounting
  • Scott Collins, Ph.D. (Claremont Graduate School and University), Clinical Assistant Professor of Accounting
  • Keith J. Crocker, Ph.D. (Carnegie-Mellon University), The William Elliott Professor of Insurance and Risk Management
  • Robert P. Crum, D.B.A. (Kentucky) Associate Professor of Accounting
  • Wayne S. DeSarbo, Ph.D. (University of Pennsylvania), Smeal Distinguished Chaired Professor of Marketing
  • Min Ding, Ph.D. (University of Pennsylvania), Smeal Professor of Marketing & Innovation
  • Mark W. Dirsmith, Ph.D. (Northwestern University), Deloitte & Touche Professor of Accounting
  • Kai Du, Ph.D. (Yale University), Assistant Professor of Accounting
  • D. Lance Ferris, Ph.D. (University Of Waterloo), Associate Professor of Management and Organization
  • Laura B. Field, Ph.D. (University Of California Los Angeles), Professor of Finance
  • Duncan K. Fong H., Ph.D. (Perdue University West Lafatette), Calvin E. and Pamala T. Zimmerman Endowed Fellow & Professor of Marketing
  • Raghu Garud, Ph.D. (University Of Minnesota Minneapolis), Alvin H. Clemens Professor of Entrepreneurial Studies
  • Fariborz Ghadar, D.B.A. (Harvard University), Director, Center for Global Business Studies; William A. Schreyer Professor of Global Management, Policies, and Planning
  • Dennis A. Gioia, Ph.D. (Florida State University), Chair, Department of Management and Organization; Robert & Judith Auritt Klein Professor of Management
  • Gary L. Gittings, Ph.D. (Pennsylvania State University), Instructor of Supply Chain Management
  • Dan Givoly, Ph.D. (New York University), Ernst & Young Professor of Accounting
  • Guojin Gong, Ph.D. (University Of Iowa), Assistant Professor of Accounting
  • Jeremiah Green, Ph.D. (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill), Assistant Professor of Accounting
  • V. Daniel Guide Jr., Ph.D. (University of Georgia), Professor of Operations and Supply Chain Management; Charles & Lillien Binder Faculty Fellow
  • Matthew Gustafson, Ph.D. (University of Rochester), Assistant Professor of Finance
  • Donald C. Hambrick, Ph.D. (Pennsylvania State University), Smeal Chaired Professor of Management
  • Terry Paul Harrison, Ph.D. (University of Tennessee at Knoxville), Professor of Supply Chain and Information Systems; Earl P. Strong Executive Education Professor in Business
  • David Haushalter, Ph.D. (Perdue University West Lafayette), Associate Professor of Finance; Academic Director Smeal Trading Room
  • John Howell, Ph.D. (Ohio State University), Assistant Professor of Marketing
  • Jingzhi (Jay) Huang, Ph.D. (Northwestern University), Professor of Finance; David H. McKinley Professor of Business
  • Zan Huang, Ph.D. (University of Arizona), Assistant Professor of Supply Chain and Information Systems
  • Steven J. Huddart, Ph.D. (Yale University), Smeal Chair Professor of Accounting
  • David J. Huff, Ph.D., Clinical Assistant Professor of Supply Chain Managements
  • Stephen E. Humphrey, Ph.D. (Michigan State University), Professor of Management
  • Peter Iliev, Ph.D. (Brown University), Assistant Professor of Finance
  • Austin J. Jaffe, Ph.D. (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), Chair, Department of Insurance and Real Estate; Philip H. Sieg Professor of Business Administration; Director, International Programs; Associate Director, Institute for Real Estate Studies
  • Edward Jenkins, M.S. (Villanova University), Instructor in Accounting
  • Pranav Jindal, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Marketing
  • Aparna Joshi, Ph.D. (Rutgers, State University of New Jersey), Professor of Management and Organization
  • Eelco Kappe, Ph.D. (Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam), Assistant Professor of Marketing
  • Edward Ketz, Ph.D. (Virginia Tech) Associate Professor of Accounting
  • Eunice Kim, Ph.D. (Yale University), Assistant Professor of Marketing
  • Jason Kotter, Ph.D. (University of Michigan at Ann Arbor), Assistant Professor of Finance
  • William A. Kracaw, Ph.D. (University of Utah), Chair, Department of Finance; Sykes Professor of Finance
  • Glen E. Kreiner, Ph.D. (Arizona State University), Associate Professor of Management
  • Mirko Kremer, Ph.D. (University Of Mannheim), Assistant Professor of Supply Chain Management
  • Akhil Kumar, Ph.D. (University of California at Berkeley), Professor of Information Systems
  • Alok Kumar, Ph.D. (University Of Wisconsin-Madison), Assistant Professor of Marketing
  • Anthony M. Kwasnica, Ph.D. (California Institute Of Technology), Associate Professor of Business Economics; Laboratory for Economic Management and Auctions
  • Benjamin Lansford, Ph.D., Clinical Associate Professor and MACC Director
  • Rick Laux, Ph.D. (Arizona State University), Assistant Professor of Accounting
  • Anh Le, Ph.D. (New York University), Assistant Professor of Finance
  • Stephen Lenkey, Ph.D. (Carnegie-Mellon University), Assistant Professor of Finance
  • Flynt Leverett, Ph.D. (Princeton University), Professor of International Affairs
  • John Liechty, Ph.D. (Cambridge University), Professor of Marketing and Statistics
  • Gary L. Lilien, D.E.S. (Columbia University), Distinguished Research Professor of Management Science; Research Director, Institute for the Study of Business Markets
  • Dennis K. Lin J., Ph.D. (University Of Wisconsin-Madison), University Distinguished Professor of Statistics and Supply Chain Management
  • Henock Louis, Ph.D. (Ohio State University), Associate Professor of Accounting
  • Razvan Lungeanu, Ph.D. (Northwestern University), Assistant Professor in Management and Organization
  • Kenneth Lusht, Chair, Department of Insurance and Real Estate; Professor of Business Administration; Zimmerman Endowed University Fellow
  • Robert Macy, Ph.D., Clinical Assistant Professor of Entrepreneurship
  • Vidya Mani, Ph.D. (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill), Assistant Professor of Supply Chain Management
  • Meg Meloy, Ph.D. (Cornell University), Professor of Marketing
  • James A. Miles, Ph.D. (Pennsylvania State University), Professor of Finance; Joseph F. Bradley Fellow of Finance
  • Vilmos F. Misangyi, Ph.D. (University of Florida), Associate Professor of Management
  • Karl A. Muller, Ph.D. (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), Associate Professor of Accounting and Robert and Sandra Poole Faculty Fellow in Accounting
  • Chris J. Muscarella, Ph.D. (Perdue University West Lafatette), Professor of Finance; L.W. "Roy" and Mary Lois Clark Teaching Fellow
  • Suresh Muthulingam, Ph.D. (University Of California Los Angeles), Assistant Professor of Supply Chain Management
  • Giang Nguyen, Ph.D. (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill), Assistant Professor of Finance
  • Robert A. Novack, Ph.D. (University of Tennessee at Knoxville), Associate Professor of Supply Chain Management and Information Systems
  • Ralph A. Oliva, Ph.D. (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute), Professor of Marketing; Executive Director, Institute for the Study of Business Markets
  • Christopher D. Parker, Ph.D. (London Business School), Assistant Professor of Supply Chain Management
  • Srikanth Paruchuri, Ph.D. (Columbia University), Associate Professor of Management and Organization
  • J. Andrew Petersen, Ph.D. (University of Connecticut), Associate Professor of Marketing
  • Nicholas C. Petruzzi, Ph.D. (Purdue University Fort Wayne), Professor of Supply Chain Management
  • Timothy Pollock, Ph.D. (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), Farrell Professor of Entrepreneurship
  • Lisa L. Posey, Ph.D. (University of Pennsylvania), Associate Professor of Business Administration
  • Hong Qu, Ph.D. (Carnegie-Mellon University), Assistant Professor of Accounting
  • Arvind Rangaswamy, Ph.D. (Northwestern University), Jonas H. Anchel Professor of Marketing
  • Sajay Samuel, Ph.D. (Pennsylvania State University), Clinical Professor of Accounting
  • Arnold F. Shapiro, Ph.D. (University of Pennsylvania), Professor of Business Administration and Robert G. Schwartz University Endowed Fellow
  • Jeffery M. Sharp, J.D. (University OF Oklahoma), Associate Professor of Business Law
  • Dennis P. Sheehan, Ph.D. (University of California at Berkeley), The Virginia and Louis Benzak Professor of Finance
  • Jun Shu, Ph.D. (University of California at Berkeley), Assistant Professor of Supply Chain and Information Systems
  • Timothy T. Simin, Ph.D. (University of Washington), Associate Professor of Finance
  • Johanna Slot, Ph.D. (Universiteit Van Tilburg), Assistant Professor of Marketing
  • Charles Snow, Ph.D. (University of California at Berkeley), Professor of Business Administration; Mellon Foundation Faculty Fellow
  • Fenghua Song, Ph.D. (Washington University), Associate Professor of Finance
  • John C. Spychalski, Professor of Business Logistics
  • Shrihari Sridhar, Ph.D. (University Of Missouri, Columbia), Associate Professor of Marketing
  • Alan J. Stenger, Ph.D. (University Of Minnesota Minneapolis), Professor of Supply Chain Management
  • John M. Stevens, Ph.D., M.B.A. (SUNY Buffalo State), Professor of Management and Organization
  • Amy Xue Sun, Ph.D. (Carnegie-Mellon University), Assistant Professor of Accounting
  • Peter F. Swan, Ph.D. (University of Michigan at Ann Arbor), Associate Professor of Logistics and Operations Management
  • Douglas J. Thomas, Ph.D. (Georgia Institute Of Technology), Associate Professor of Supply Chain and Information Systems
  • James B. Thomas, Ph.D. (University Of Texas At Austin), Professor of Information Sciences and Management
  • Evelyn A. Thomchick, Ph.D. (Clemson University), Associate Professor of Supply Chain Management
  • Linda K. Trevino, Ph.D. (Texas A & M University), Professor of Organizational Behavior and Ethics; Distinguished Professor
  • Wenpin Tsai, Ph.D. (University Of London), John Arnold Professor of Management
  • John E. Tyworth, Ph.D. (University Of Oregon), Chair, Department of Supply Chain Management and Information Systems; Professor of Supply Chain Management
  • Joel Vanden, Ph.D. (University of California at Berkeley), Associate Professor of Finance
  • Albert Vicere, D.Ed. (Pennsylvania State University), Professor of Business Administration
  • Veronica Villena, Ph.D. (IE Business School), Assistant Professor of Supply Chain Management
  • Lei Wang, Ph.D. (University of Connecticut), Assistant Professor of Information Systems
  • Hal D. White, Ph.D. (Pennsylvania State University), Associate Professor of Accounting
  • Charles Whiteman, Ph.D. (University Of Minnesota Minneapolis), Professor and Dean; John and Becky Surma Dean
  • Karen Winterich, Ph.D. (University of Pittsburgh), Frank & Mary Smeal Research Fellow, Associate Professor of Marketing
  • J. Randall Woolridge, Ph.D. (University Of Iowa), Professor of Finance and The Goldman Sachs & Co. and Frank P. Smeal Endowed University Fellow; President, Nittany Lion Fund, LLC
  • Biqin Xie, Ph.D. (University Of Southern California), Assistant Professor of Accounting
  • Jiro Yoshida, Ph.D. (University of California at Berkeley), Assistant Professor of Business
  • Alexey Zhdanov, Ph.D. (University of Rochester), Assistant Professor of Finance

The Penn State Online Master of Business Administration is an online degree program of Penn State Erie, The Behrend College; Penn State Great Valley, The School of Graduate Professional Studies; Penn State Harrisburg, the Capital College; and Penn State University Park, the Smeal College of Business. The online M.B.A. curriculum emphasizes cross-functional organizational thinking; focuses on solving business problems; closely follows the quality guidelines for accreditation of AACSB (American Assembly of Collegiate Schools of Business), the accrediting body affiliated with The International Association for Management Education; and uses cutting-edge instructional technology to transcend issues of time and space to support effective teaching and learning.

Within the context of these goals, the online M.B.A. curriculum was developed around core business skills. The skills the program helps to develop include "soft skills" such as managing and leading people and teams, analytical skills such as data analytic decision making, and integrative skills that allow students to understand, analyze, and suggest solutions to significant business problems that cross functional areas of business.

These different skills are integrated at the course level. Students apply knowledge developed in these areas to multidimensional problems and issues throughout the program. The program is offered online but includes a required one-week residential experience at the start of the program.

Admission Requirements

Admission is granted only to candidates who demonstrate high promise of success for graduate work. Admission requirements listed here are in addition to requirements stated in the GENERAL INFORMATION section of the Graduate Bulletin.Applicants apply for admission to the program via the Graduate School application for admission.

Applicants are required to submit scores from the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) or Graduate Record Exam (GRE); the test may be waived for students with extensive experience or advanced degrees at the discretion of the program.

Admissions decisions are based on a review of a complete admission portfolio, including an application, a statement of intent, a current resume, official transcripts from all post-secondary institutions attended, two letters of recommendation, and GMAT or GRE scores.

No specific prior course of study is required to be admitted. Applicants come from a wide range of backgrounds. Students entering the program are required to have a working knowledge of the Microsoft Office suite.

Master's Degree Requirements

Requirements listed here are in addition to requirements stated in the DEGREE REQUIREMENTS section of the Graduate Bulletin.

The online M.B.A. degree requires a minimum of 48 credits, including 39 credits of the following core required courses: MBADM 810 (3), MBADM 811 (3), MBADM 812 (3), MBADM 813 (3), MBADM 814 (3), MBADM 815 (3), MBADM 816 (3), MBADM 820 (3), MBADM 821 (3), MBADM 822 (3), MBADM 531 (3), MBADM 571 (3), MBADM 830 (3), and 9 credits of electives. At least 6 credits must be earned at the 500 level.

For students with exceptional credentials, MBADM 811, MBADM 812, and MBADM 813 may be waived. Students must petition the head of the graduate program to obtain a waiver for these courses, and students’ credentials will be reviewed to assess their eligibility for a waiver. Obtaining a waiver for MBADM 811, MBADM 812, and MBADM 813 will not reduce the minimum 48 credits required for the degree. Alternate courses may be substituted for the courses waived.

The culminating experience for the Online MBA is MBADM 571, Global Strategic Management. As the course title implies, MBADM 571 gives students a view of the whole firm and helps them understand how finance, marketing, and operations collectively support the strategy and mission of the firm. Students in this course will typically analyze their own firm to give them a comprehensive understanding of how the firm intends to achieve its goals.

Attendance at a one-week Residency Experience at the start of the program is mandatory. Following the online MBA course schedule, which involves completing credits in six consecutive semesters, a student can complete the program in two years.

Other Relevant Information

The online MBA is an online graduate degree program delivered via World Campus. Students must be computer literate and have immediate, ready, and reliable access to a computer and the Internet. Although not all aspects of the course are delivered via electronic media, Internet access is required to successfully complete the course of instruction, as well as participate in online discussion groups. See World Campus Technical Requirements for the most current technical requirements.

Students are required to complete the one-week residency experience. No alternatives and substitutions are possible.

Student Aid

Refer to the Student Aid section of the Graduate Bulletin. Students in this program are not eligible for graduate assistantships.

Courses

Graduate courses carry numbers from 500 to 599 and 800 to 899. Advanced undergraduate courses numbered between 400 and 499 may be used to meet some graduate degree requirements when taken by graduate students. Courses below the 400 level may not. A graduate student may register for or audit these courses in order to make up deficiencies or to fill in gaps in previous education but not to meet requirements for an advanced degree.

MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION online course list

 

Last Revised by the Department: Fall Semester 2016

Blue Sheet Item #: 45-01-000

Review Date: 8/23/16

Faculty last updated: 8/23/16

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