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B.B. in FINANCE/MBA Integrated Degree Program

If you're wondering how to get started in an integrated degree program, here's a step-by-step guide for what to do each year. Follow each step and you're on your way!

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Years 1 and 2 (0-60 hours)

Declare as a Pre-Business Finance major, and complete general education requirements. Start work on business core courses in Accounting, Economics, Statistics, Business Law, etc.

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Year 3 - First Semester (61-75 hours)

Declare as an Finance major and continue working on business core requirements and major requirements.

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Year 3 - Second Semester (76-90 hours)

Complete an application for admission into the Integrated MBA Program, available in the CBT Dean's Office (Stipes 101), and continue to complete business core and major requirements.

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Acceptance into the Integrated
B.B. in Finance/MBA Degree

Must have a cumulative 3.4 GPA, a 3.0 in business core courses, completed 90 hours, completed an Application for Admission into Integrated MBA and an Undergraduate Request to Enroll in Integrated Baccalaureate and Master's Bridge Course.

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Year 4 (91-120 hours)

Complete remaining Finance major courses, business courses, two bridge courses, and maintain 3.4 cumulative GPA and 3.0 in business core courses.

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GRADUATE WITH B.B. IN FINANCE!

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Year 5 - The MBA (27 remaining hours)

Complete nine MBA courses, including the seven required courses and two concentration courses.

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GRADUATE WITH MBA!


Bridge Courses for Finance Majors

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Take FIN 496G/B-Seminar in Investments, plus one of the following courses:

  • ACCT 457G/B-Fraud Examination
  • DS 435G/B-Applied Data Mining for Business Decision Making
  • DS 490G/B-Statistical Software for Data Management and Decision Making
  • ECON 420G/B-Economic Development
  • ECON 425G/B-Money Markets, Capital Markets, & Monetary Policy
  • ECON 435G/B-Comparative Capitalist Systems
  • ECON 445G/B-Game Theory & Economic Behavior
  • ECON 460G/B-Urban & Regional Economic Analysis
  • ECON 470G/B-International Trade
  • ECON 471G/B-International Monetary Economics
  • ECON 487G/B-Econometrics
  • MGT 474G/B-Small Business Management
  • MGT 481G/B-Management & Society: Ethics & Social Responsibility
  • MGT 483G/B-Managing Organizations for Environmental Sustainability