Combined Degrees-Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) and a Master's (MA) degree

Program Requirements

The College of Business and the College of Graduate Studies offer several combined Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in which students earn a Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) and a Master Degree in either Business Administration (MBA) or Strategic Leadership Development (MSLD) or Supply Chain Analytics (MSCA) within five-years.

Entrance requirements for BBA with MBA/MSLD/MSCA combined degrees are:

  • 3.0 GPA
  • Junior Standing
  • Acceptance into Graduate School

Freshman – Junior Requirements

Students will complete all the area F courses and the Principles of Management, Principles of Marketing, Global Business, and Corporate Finance from the Business core.

Senior Standing Requirements

Students will complete 6 or 9 credit hours (depending on the program) of approved graduate-level business courses in their final 2 semesters along with their remaining undergraduate coursework.

The student must submit the following to Graduate Admissions during their senior year: application processing fee and transcripts from all institutions attended. Letters of reference are also required.

The following combined Bachelor’s/Master’s degrees are available:

BBA in Accounting with MBA

BBA in Accounting with MSCA

BBA in Accounting with MSLD

BBA in General Business with MBA

BBA in General Business with MSCA

BBA in General Business with MSLD

BBA in Management with MBA

BBA in Management with MSCA

BBA in Management with MSLD

BBA in Marketing with MBA

BBA in Marketing with MSCA

BBA in Marketing with MSLD

BBA in Supply Chain Management with MBA

BBA in Supply Chain Management with MSCA

BBA in Supply Chain Management with MSLD