Imagine getting your undergraduate degree in engineering AND a Masters in Business Administration (MBA) in just five years!
Students will be required to complete ECO 120 (Principles of Microeconomics) and ECO 121 (Principles of Macroeconomics), a statistics course (MAT 215 or 232 or their own program’s equivalent), BUA 201 (Financial Accounting) and 202 (Managerial Accounting), and 350 (Principles of Finance) during their undergraduate program. Students will take our online tutorials after graduation for any other foundation areas not covered in their classes.
Students who are interested in pursuing the MBA program as a fifth year of their academic program must first fill out the “declaration of interest” form (seen below). By filling out this form, it does not obligate the student to ultimately apply to the MBA program, and it does not imply any offer of admission into the MBA program. The purpose of the form is to simply have documentation about who might be applying for the MBA program, and at what time, to help in planning.