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MBA Dual Credit Program

The dual credit program allows undergraduate Scott College of Business students to take graduate level courses during their senior year. The intent of the program is to give these students the opportunity to satisfy up to six credit hours (two courses) toward the MBA program curriculum by allowing them to take the graduate level equivalent (500 level) of their regularly planned senior level (400 level) courses.

For example, if a senior is planning to take FIN 400, this program allows the student to take FIN 500 (the graduate level equivalent) instead. As long as the student receives a grade of “B” or higher, the course will count as an elective on the student’s MBA program of study.

In order to qualify for participation in the dual credit program, a student must:

  • Be a Scott College of Business major;
  • Have senior standing or earned at least 91 credit hours; and
  • Have a 3.0 cumulative GPA.

Student need not enter the MBA program straight after graduating as these dual credit courses are valid for up to seven years.

Students, contact your advisor or Graduate Programs if you are interested in this program.

Dual Credit Courses by Program

Accounting

Undergrad Course Title Graduate Equivalent
ACCT 404 Introduction to Federal Income Taxation ACCT 504
ACCT 405 Advanced Federal Income Taxation ACCT 505
ACCT 410 Not-for-Profit Accounting ACCT 510

Business Law

Undergrad Course Title Graduate Equivalent
BLAW 464 Business Administration and the Law BLAW 564

Finance

Undergrad Course Title Graduate Equivalent
FIN 400 International Financial Management FIN 500
FIN 434 Security Analysis and Portfolio Management FIN 534
FIN 435 Speculative Markets FIN 535
FIN 441 Commercial Bank Management FIN 541

Insurance and Risk Management

Undergrad Course Title Graduate Equivalent
INS 432 Employee Benefits INS 532

Marketing

Undergrad Course Title Graduate Equivalent
MKTG 443 Business to Business Marketing MKTG 543
MKTG 444 Salesforce Management MKTG 544
MKTG 445 Business Negotiations MKTG 545

Operations and Supply Chain Management

Undergrad Course Title Graduate Equivalent
OSCM 425 Business Forecasting OSCM 525
OSCM 435 Business Analytics OSCM 535
OSCM 455 Global Sourcing and Procurement OSCM 555
OSCM 465 Service Operations Management OSCM 565
OSCM 475 Enterprise Resource Planning Systems OSCM 575
OSCM 486 Topics in Operations and Supply Chain Management OSCM 586
OSCM 490 Global Supply chain Management OSCM 590

 

 

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