The MBA is designed for supervisory and mid-level managers. The program will add to the body of knowledge in business management, marketing, finance, accounting, economics and informational management systems. This program is offered entirely or partially online in an eight-week format—two eight-week sessions per semester. Due to graduate course rotations, the MBA program is not designed to be completed quicker than two academic years.
Entrance requirements for the MBA program
- Complete application
- Earned baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited institution
- Official transcripts from the college/university which issued bachelor's degree.
- Official transcripts from any institutions attended after receiving bachelor's degree (if applicable)
- New applicants will be required to complete the Inbound Peregrine (Pre-Program Assessment) before completion of their first 8-week session. This exam costs approximately $36.00, does not required any preparation, and takes about two hours to complete. A link and password to access the exam will be provided once the admission application has been processed.
- Students who do not meet the minimum score established by the department on the Inbound Peregrine pre-program assessment will be encouraged to take the Academic Leveling Course (ALC) through Peregrine Academic Services. The ALC course is comprised of fifteen modules and should be completed prior to enrollment of the next course. This self-paced course is designed to be a primer for the returning business major who has been out of school for a period of time.
Note: This is a 36-credit hour degree program. The MBA graduate student is to complete at least 24 semester hours of graduate coursework towards degree plan after being accepted for graduate study. A student may be able to transfer a maximum of nine (9) graduate credit hours from an accredited institution.
All MBA students will also be expected to complete a required exit exam prior to graduation.
Master of Business Administration