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Business Administration: MBA program in Sage Graduate School


Students in SAW BS/BBA in Business Administration Program may be eligible to participate in a special MBA acceleration program. The MBA program is structured as a 54 credit hour program comprised of

  • 4 proficiency courses (12 credits)
  • 10 foundation courses (30 credits)
  • 3 specialization courses (9 credits)
  • 1 integrative capstone course (3 credits)

Acceleration - TSC undergraduate students may be eligible for a special acceleration program.:

  • Students in the SAW BS in Business Administration or the BBA programs
  • who have earned 84 undergraduate credits at towards their bachelors degree
  • who have an overall GPA of 3.0 (TSC and transfer credits combined)
  • who are recommended by their program coordinator
  • who have the permission of the MBA program director and the Dean of Sage Graduate School

are eligible to participate in an MBA acceleration program. The program allows the student to complete up to 18 credits of the 54 credit MBA program, while an undergraduate. Upon completion of their bachelors degree the student will need 36 credits to complete the MBA.

Part 1 Proficiency Courses (Up to 12 credits acceleration)


MBA 551 Financial Accounting


Requirement is waived if student takes the following and achieves a grade of B or better in both courses

MBA 552 Economics Analysis


Requirement is waived if student takes the following and achieves a grade of B or better in both courses

    MBA 553 Statistical Analysis


    Requirement is waived if student takes the following (offered SAW only) and achieves a grade of B or better OR the student takes MBA 553 as part of their undergraduate curriculum (only students with superior algebra skills should take this option)

    MBA 563 Legal Environment


    Requirement is waived if student takes the following and achieves a grade of B or better

      Part 2 Foundation courses and electives (Up to 6 credits acceleration)


      Acceleration students may take two of the following (Courses taken at the MBA level count toward the undergraduate curriculum and waive requirements in the graduate.)

      MBA 651 Human Resource


      Student takes MBA 651 which will count for their human resource management class (the following) in their undergraduate curriculum or as an advanced elective.

      MBA 576 Marketing System


      Student takes MBA 576 which will count for their marketing class (the following) in their undergraduate curriculum or as an advanced elective.

        MBA — Human Resource elective (MBA 651 prerequisite)


        MBA 555 Adm Org Behavior; MBA 596 HR Topics; MBA 653 Compensation Adm; MBA 561 Org Development; MBA 654 Labor and Industrial Rel. Course will count as undergraduate elective.

        MBA — Marketing elective (MBA 576 prerequisite)


        MBA 582 Consumer Behavior; MBA 598 Mkt Topics; MBA 683 New Product Development; MBA 672 Marketing Strategy; MBA 684 Professional Sales Mgt. Courses will count as undergraduate elective.