Office of Graduate Studies
James M. Hull College of Business
The objective of the James M. Hull Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree program is to provide advanced business education beyond the baccalaureate level and to prepare students to assume responsible management and professional positions in private and public organizations. The curriculum has been designed to provide breadth of exposure to business administration disciplines rather than specialization in any single discipline. To accommodate students who also have part-time or full-time careers, Hull MBA course are offered in the evening.
All students who enter the Hull MBA program will begin by completing 9 hours of foundation coursework. Upon successful completion of the foundation courses, the student will be able to complete the Hull MBA program with 30 semester hours (10 courses) of required course work plus 6 semester hours of electives (2 courses).
Up to 9 semester hours (3 courses) of required or elective MBA course work, with grades of B or higher, may be transferred from other accredited graduate programs with approval of the Graduate Studies Director. Basic computer literacy (word processing, spreadsheet software) is required of all entering Hull MBA graduate students and may be acquired through formal academic courses, on-the-job experience, or self study.
Admissions Procedures and Requirements
Please see the Office of Academic Admissions website for specific admissions information:
All requirements for the Hull MBA degree must be completed within 5 consecutive years, beginning with the student’s enrollment in the first 5000-level course.