Master of Business Administration (MBA)

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Visit the Business Management and Administration Department.

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Program Overview

The MBA program is open to full-time and part-time students, who take classes together.  Students may enter the program in August or January. All of the required courses are offered in the evening.  For complete information, visit the MBA Program website.

Accreditation

The MBA program is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). For complete information, visit the MBA Program website.

Program Requirements

The MBA program has a minimum requirement of 33 semester hours.  Twenty-four of these satisfy a set of required core courses.  There are 9 hours of elective coursework, which may be chosen within one of three areas of concentration (finance, management, or marketing) or across concentrations as a customized elective selection. For complete information, visit the MBA Program website.

Estimated Time to Complete the Program

The MBA program is offered on an accelerated basis, providing two seven week sessions per semester in the fall and the spring.  This format allows students to complete the program in 2 years. For complete information, visit the MBA Program website.

Faculty Research Interests

Details about faculty and their research interests can be found on the Foster College of Business Administration website.

Admission Requirements

In addition to meeting the admission requirements of the Graduate School, individuals seeking admission to the MBA program must submit official scores for the GMAT and a current resume. The Graduate Record Exam (GRE) may be substituted for the GMAT exam. The decision on the approval of the substitution rests with the Graduate Admissions Committee. To request a substitution, the applicant must include a written request with the application materials. For complete information, visit the MBA Program website.

Department Contact Information

Program Director
Lisa Stufflebeam, (309) 677-2256, lstuffle@fsmail.bradley.edu

Assistant to the Program Director
Lisa Arvizu, (309) 677-3714, larvizu@fsmail.bradley.edu