The IA courses may also be used as a concentration for the MBA degree. For this option, you must be admitted to the MBA program.
Once the admission requirements of the Graduate School have been met, the MBA Admissions Committee will grant admission only to those individuals who demonstrate significant accomplishment and/or high potential for success. The decision of the Admissions Committee is normally based on a combination of the applicant's previous academic record and the applicant's score on the Graduate Admissions Test (GMAT). For consideration, the GMAT score must be no more than five years old. Also, significant business experience may serve as an indicator of an individual's ability to complete the program, thus may be considered by the Committee.Foundation Requirements
A maximum of 6 semester hours of graduate credit required for a masters degree may be transferred from another institution approved by the Graduate Director, provided the grade earned is "B" or above, and the credits are accepted in fulfillment of the stated requirements for the MBA degree by the College of Business. No graduate credits earned by correspondence are applicable toward a masters degree.
For more information, contact:
Associate Dean of Graduate Studies and Research
Dr. John Francis