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Master's of Business Administration (MBA)

The Master's of Business Administration (MBA) program at the College of Business Administration (CBA) helps students get ready to make a difference in any organization. By completing graduate work in business, you will be prepared to understand causes and effects across business functions and manage the uncertainties of the marketplace. Our MBA program is structured so students take an array of general courses across business disciplines, then focus on elective credits to enhance their skill set.

The Flexible Interdisciplinary MBA – Revised for Fall 2020

This Interdisciplinary MBA allows students the flexibility to customize their electives. Students can craft select electives to add courses to suit their goals and may be outside of business. Graduate courses may be selected from among all CBA departments, other colleges on campus or transferred from another university. Transfer courses must fall within the six-year time frame for program completion.

Course Format and Scheduling Options

The Flexible MBA course formats includes 100% online courses or hybrid courses which offer a combination of online and in-person work.

  • To complete the degree, students may enroll on a full-time or part-time basis and may select a combination of online and hybrid classes OR choose to enroll only in online or hybrid classes.
  • Most classes are offered in either format at least once per year. Part-time students who choose only an online or hybrid option, may take two to three years to complete the program depending on course selections.
  • Classes are generally offered in back-to-back eight-week sessions. This allows working professionals to focus on one class at a time and still complete six credits in a semester. Students may take more classes each session if they prefer.
  • Hybrid classes meet one evening per week, Monday through Thursday, from 6 to 8:30 with additional coursework done online.
  • A few elective courses are still offered in one 15-week session. Most courses will be converted to the 8-week hybrid schedule.
  • Each of the three one credit professional classes is offered on one or two class sessions, usually on Saturday, each semester.

You don't need an undergraduate business degree to pursue an MBA! Read this AACSB article.


Flexible MBA Program Overview

Flexible MBA Program Layout

Discontinuation of admission to MBA Concentrations effective Fall 2020

Effective Fall 2020 all MBA students will be admitted to the revised MBA Interdisciplinary program which provides students with the most flexibility in completing the program.


We also offer a cohort based Saturday MBA program.