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Planning your Degree

The 30 credit MBA

You can earn your MBA in as little as two years after completing MBA program course prerequisites. The majority of students graduate in two to three years after beginning the MBA. Here is an example of a two year plan:

Year One

Fall Semester
Module 1 (4 credits)

Spring Semester
Module 2 (4 credits)
Electives (0-3 credits)

Summer
Electives (0-3 credits)

Year Two

Fall Semester
Module 3 (4 credits)
Electives (0-3 credits)

Spring Semester
Module 4 (4 credits)
Electives (0-3 credits)

Summer
Remaining Electives
(0-3 credits)

Most MBA students take four to six credits per semester because they are employed full-time

However, a normal graduate course load for a semester is 12 credits. Students registered for 9 to 12 credits are considered full-time graduate students. The normal graduate course load for the eight week summer session is six credits. Students who register for five to six credits are considered full-time graduate students. Again, most MBA students register for a reduced load due to work commitments.

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