One Year - Traditional Students can complete their MBA, excluding any foundation courses, in one calendar year. They will be attending class three nights a week taking courses in a blended/hybrid (combination face-to-face and online) format. Students will need very good time management skills because they will be challenged.
Two Years – This is the most common format. In the first year, students pursue their selected concentration. MBA General Management concentration classes are a total of 14 credit hours. MBA Accounting and MBA Supply Chain concentrations are a total of 19 credit hours. The remaining concentrations are 16 credit hours.
In the second year, students take the 20 credit hours of
MBA Core classes. Ten hours will be taken in both the fall and spring semesters.
For students admitted through the traditional process, the core classes can be taken in the first year followed by the concentration classes in the second year.
Three Years - Students who desire to progress through their program at a slower rate can choose to spread their core classes over the last two years, devoting the first year to concentration classes. Students pursuing this option will be taking only one class at a time, which means they will be on campus only one night a week throughout the entire program.
For students admitted through the traditional process, the core classes can be taken in the first two years followed by the concentration classes in the third year.