The Interdisciplinary concentration of the MBA program provides the most flexibility. You can customize the concentration to meet your needs by selecting 9 graduate credits to use toward the concentration.
Students may select graduate courses from the CBA, other graduate programs on campus or School of Law classes. Students already pursuing a Master’s degree may apply for admission and transfer up to 9 credits from their current program into the MBA Interdisciplinary concentration. For instance a student in the MS Chemical Engineering program could transfer up to 9 engineering credits into the MBA. Students in the joint degree program can transfer any nine law credits into the interdisciplinary program.
Students must receive approval for the Interdisciplinary courses prior to beginning the concentration by submitting the Interdisciplinary Concentration Approval Petition for review by the director of CBA Graduate Programs.
Grades of “B” or better are required for transferred courses.
The selection of classes must be made upon admission and a written rationale for the selection must be provided to the Director for approval.
View the full Program Requirements.