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Program Requirements

Required Program Junior-Senior Years

Junior Year:
Economics 72 and 73, plus 6 credits Economics undergraduate elective. College requirements, 24 credits.

Senior Year:
MBA 621 and 625, Completion of 9 Economics undergraduate electives, College requirements, 15 credits.

Admission into the Graduate Program

Upon completion of 129 credits, the student will be awarded 6 credits of advanced standing in the master’s program. The 6 credits of advanced standing will include six credits in required courses (MBA 621 and MBA 625). These 6 credits are to be completed during the senior year. The student will now be required to complete 30 credits in the MBA program rather than the required 36 credits. After completing the 30 credits, again meeting all graduate requirements in the master’s program, the student will be awarded both the B.A. in Economics and MBA degree. However, if the student does not complete the master’s portion of the program during the allotted five-year limit for any graduate student, and does not receive an extension to do so, the student will receive the B.A. degree and any successfully completed graduate credits above the 129 will not be credited toward a graduate degree.

Typical Sequence of Courses in Upper Division

Junior Year (36 Credits)

ECO 72 Statistics 3
ECO 73 Intermediate Business Statistics 3
  College requirements 12
  Economics undergraduate electives 6
  Free electives 12

Senior Year (30 Credits)

MBA 621 Financial Markets and Institutions 3
MBA 625 Global Business: Environment and Operations 3
  Economics undergraduate electives 9
  College Requirements 6
  Free electives 9

Graduate Year (30 credits)

MBA 620 Managing Information Technology and e-Commerce 3
MBA 622 Competitive Marketing Strategy 3
MBA 623 Organizational Behavior 3
MBA 624 Operations Management 3
MBA 820 Business Policy (Integrative Capstone) 3
  MBA graduate electives 15