The MBA Program, which is accredited by AACSB International, is designed to meet the educational and/or career goals of: (1) business professionals who wish to advance in their careers, (2) other professionals interested in changing careers by pursuing an advanced degree in business, and (3) individuals who are considering a doctoral degree in business. The core curriculum consists of 27 credit hours followed by 9 elective credit hours to obtain a general MBA degree or 12 hours to acquire a specialization in Finance, Healthcare Management, International Business, Entrepreneurship, Management, Marketing, or Project Management. Applicants who do not possess an undergraduate degree in a business related field or are in need of refresher courses in the functional areas of business may be required to enroll in up to 15 additional credits hours of Foundation courses. The requirement for any of the foundation courses is made in consultation with the MBA Director.
Graduate Certificates in Health Care Management; Project Management; and Supply Chain, Logistics, and Transportation Management
The School of Business and Economics offers a Graduate Certificate in Health Care Management and a Graduate Certificate in Project Management. Each certificate requires 12 credit hours. Courses taken in each certificate program can be transferred into the MBA Program. Also, in collaboration with University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG), students enrolled with degree seeking status in the FSU Master of Business Administration (MBA) program can earn a Graduate Certificate (Post-Baccalaureate) in Supply Chain, Logistics, and Transportation Management from UNCG. The required 12 credit hours of graduate-level courses for this certificate are offered online through UNCG's distance learning program. These courses will be recorded on a UNCG transcript and may be transferred into the FSU MBA program. Courses taken in each certificate program may be transferred into the MBA Program.